Advanced Office Manager Certification Course

Attention all Seasoned Managers!

You are invited to an exclusive course taught by Valerie Manso, ODX’s Director of Staff Education. This course is aimed at providing a solid base of skills and understanding on the basics of managing an Independent Optometric practice.

Unlock your potential at the Advanced Office Manager Certification Course, which is the first of its kind to feature education, testing, certification and continued enhancement and support. The AOMCC is accredited by The University of Houston, College of Optometry, and will teach you 3 key management techniques to further enhance your skillset. You will also be introduced to the concept of the Net Promoter Score (NPS) – a tool to measure a customer’s willingness to recommend a company’s products or services to others.

The Advanced OMCC is recommended for graduates of the original OMCC; seasoned managers and others who already have a significant management background, but did not take the original OMCC. All AOMCC attendees will have access to the original OMCC course for review. In the event the AOMCC attendee would like to have the original OMCC credential, he/she may register for the Remote OMCC course by registering here, or attend one of our live courses. The next live course will take place in July, if you are interested in registering please contact us at for more details.

The Advanced OMCC will consist of 6 webinars that will begin on April 23. The following webinars will take place on April 30, May 22, May 29, June 19 and June 26. The webinar sessions will be held from 4:00pm – 5:00pm Pacific Time.

The cost is $495 for Members, and $795 for non-Members. Registered participants will receive a GoToWebinar invitation for the series of 6 webinars.

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