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Sellers of Illegal CLs
Target Teens”
By Linda Conlin

Solutions in Pediatric Myopia
Are Closer Than You Think”
By Linda Conlin (Page 15)

Contact Lens Fits for Younger
Children on the Rise”
By Linda Conlin (Page 13)

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NAO names Linda Conlin
of OpticalCEUs
Ambassador of the Year.

Biographies of Speakers

Descriptions of Seminars

Attendee Evaluation
of the 2010 Autumn Conference

Attendee Evaluation
of the 2009 Autumn Conference

FYI: Linda Conlin founded OpticalCEUs in 1999 with the goal of providing inexpensive and informative courses for individuals in the optical field. Since that time, she has successfully accomplished that goal with more than ten seminars, providing continuing education credits for hundreds of opticians. In addition, she has presented training seminars for the opthalmic/opticianry chain Opticare, presented at CLES, and for state opticians' associations. Sshe also write the “Kid's Korner” column for Eyewitness Magazine.

With more than 30 years experience in the optical field, Linda Conlin is an accredited speaker with the ABO and NCLE. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Fairfield University and optician’s licenses in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. She is a Fellow Ambassador of the National Academy of Opticianry, Past President of the Connecticut Opticians Association, and was the 1992 Connecticut Optician of the Year, has consulted for the NCLE, and is presently serving on the CLSA University Curriculum Review Sub-Committee.

F.E.Enterprises, the parent company of OpitcalCEUs, maintains attendance and course completion records for five years.

Spring Conference Attendees Give Thumbs Up

At the end of each seminar, ABO/NCLE asks attendees to evaluate it based on six questions: Did the course further your knowledge/skill, were the learning expectations of the course met, was the course a worthwhile investment of time, was the course presented without specific product bias, would you recommend this course, and finally was the instructor organized and informative. As you can see from just one course, “In the Beginning: Embryonic Eye Development,” the presenters at the OpticalCEU's 2011 Spring Conference for Continuing Education succeeded as far as attendees were concerned. See the results below.



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