The International Association of Contact Lens Educators has announced today that it will introduce rolling updates to its flagship educational resource, the New IACLE Contact Lens Course, from 2020.
Available online exclusively to IACLE members, the course will in future be revised and updated at regular intervals by the world’s leading authorities in contact lenses, starting with ICLC 2020
IACLE will be celebrating 40 years of ‘Exceptional Education. Exponential Impact’ with special events at the British Contact Lens Association Clinical Conference & Exhibition in Manchester, UK this month (30 May-1 June).
Contact lens educators from eight countries – Australia, China, India, Italy, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico and Taiwan – are to receive prestigious awards from the International Association of Contact Lens Educators as it celebrates its 40th year.
The International Association of Contact Lens Educators will mark its 40th year with anniversary events in the UK, the Philippines, Colombia and United States during 2019.
The International Association of Contact Lens Educators presented the prestigious IACLE Contact Lens Educator of the Year awards and IACLE Travel Award at the American Academy of Optometry’s Academy 2018 meeting in San Antonio, Texas, USA (7-10 November 2018).
More than nine in 10 members (92%) of the International Association of Contact Lens Educators (IACLE) are extremely or very likely to recommend other contact lens educators to join, and providing the resources needed to teach contact lenses is seen as the number one benefit of membership.
IACLE releases New Distance Learning Program for contact lens educators
The International Association of Contact Lens Educators (IACLE) has fully revised and updated its Distance Learning Program (DLP) in line with the New IACLE Contact Lens Course (New ICLC). The program is now available to IACLE members via its website, www.iacle.org.
IACLE reaches out across the world with a busy year of activities
Members of the International Association of Contact Lens Educators reached nearly 20,000 students in 560 academic institutions worldwide in 2017.