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CET Points and Training Tips – start the New Year with your training plan in place! Advice from experienced optometrist Jason Searle, especially helpful if you’re a newly qualified optometrist!

The journey to become an optometrist is an arduous one. Not only do you need top grades in you’re A-level qualifications, but also a minimum of a 2:2 in your optometry degree and then finally to pass the Scheme for Registration’s pre-registration period and the dreaded OSCEs.  The entire process takes many years of studying and training – but once you’ve qualified with your MCOptom, you are done…right?

Top 5 reasons why someone would leave you practice

Top 5 reasons why people would leave your practice

There are 5 key reasons why good people may leave your practice. Knowing these will help you to understand how to get the right people in the right job to increase tenure.

Expectations of the Job

Confessions of A New Graduate Vet: Three Months Into My First Vet Job

It is crazy how quickly time has gone since starting my first job…three months in…that’s a quarter of a year!! I’m still really enjoying practice life and have already formed some strong bonds with a few clients. It was so nice to hear a client asking specifically to see me the other day – me, the new grad!