Beyond the Limbus Scleral Lens Training
Are you an eye care provider in the United States or Canada who is interested in learning how the innovative Onefit™ family of scleral lenses can help you maximize chair time, with increased profits and highly rewarding patient outcomes? CooperVision Specialty EyeCare-Americas is offering many ways to get trained for scleral lens success! We’re hosting a robust schedule of in-person, dual-track training Master’s Training workshops – at cities throughout the US and Canada*, as well as personalized virtual training for all skill levels, on your schedule!
View all the ways to get trained and register here: https://bit.ly/BeyondTheLimbus
CooperVision Specialty EyeCare-Americas allows US and Canadian eye care professionals, to register to attend in-person training if one is being held in your area, or to schedule one-on-one discussions and trainings with their regional account manager, at a date and time that works best for you, on the topic of your choice.
When you express interest in training, we will also show you how participating in our universal lens bank program can reduce your per lens cost when prescribing the Onefit family of scleral lenses or provide you with a no-charge fitting set. With CooperVision Specialty EyeCare’s Universal Lens Banks, you can not only reduce your costs and increase your margins for our scleral lenses, but for all specialty lenses in our robust product portfolio.
These training sessions are offered for practitioners in the US and Canada only. If you are located outside the United States or Canada – please use the form to the right. We will need to put you in contact with the Onefit distributor in your respective country. They will be able to advise you as to what training opportunities they have available.
Call 1-800-367-4009 (US) and 1-800-567-7350 (Canada) with questions.
We are your partner for scleral lens success!
International Request for Training Info
Select this if you are located outside of North America and would like information on training. Eye Care Professionals within North America should use the link provided on this page.