The Certificate of Public Health & Leadership in Eye Care is an online certificate course that provides graduates with the skills and knowledge to protect the safety and improve the health of communities through education, health promotion, policy making and research for eye disease and injury prevention.

The course provides a detailed understanding of public health fundamentals including:

  • Epidemiology
  • Biostatistics
  • Health systems
  • Health promotion and literacy
  • Global eye health
  • Indigenous eye care
  • Eye care for disadvantaged and vulnerable populations

A dedicated leadership module will prepare graduates in areas including health management, clinical leadership, team work, advocacy and communication.

  • Commencement
    25 May 2020
  • Duration
    6 months
  • CPD Points
    Australia: Up to 31 CPD pts
  • CPD Points
    New Zealand: Up to 25G points

Features


  • Self-paced, independent learning
  • Flexible delivery comprising online lectures and demonstration videos
  • Dedicated leadership module
  • High level of support provided by the ACO
  • Post-nominals upon completion of the full course
  • Assessment is via online exams, forum contribution and submission of two written pieces

Entry requirements


This course is open to a range of professionals – optometrists, orthoptists, educators, project managers and other health care professionals and staff working in a public health or optometry setting. Awarding of CPD and CE points is only available for registered optometrists.

Further information


Fees

Australia
(Inc GST)
New Zealand
(Ex GST)
ACO Member $2,079 $1,890
Non Member $2,651 $2,410