VE Opticans the journey to certification is about to begin!
During a recent interview when an applicant was asked what was the most recent continuing education that he had taken The applicant was seasoned and had been in the optical world for quite some time. One could see he was thrown by the interviewer’s question. His response was
“I can’t remember.” Are you that optician practicing opticianry the same way when you started out as an optician without making any changes to your work style with the latest in technology?
You are already a VE optician and I mean that in highest regard. When you were hired you probably had your ABO or years of work experience You work for a company Vision Essentials by Kaiser Permanente that is a leader in the optical industry. We have a certified lab for DSL Lenses accredited by Carl Zeiss Company. The technology in our field is constantly changing and VE is a forerunner in providing our members with the latest in health care.
We have state of the art instruments in the exam room and throughout the dispensaries. We have integrated health care brought to you by Health Connect and the digital records. Now VE wants to invest in you, the employee. Why would they do that? Because Kaiser does not spare any expense in providing the best health care to its members. They are investing in you to to help you work smarter and provide better health care to our members.
When you go to the kp.learn.org website you will find after signing in, type iVE into the search box. The first modules of iVE Learn are ready to go. They can be stopped and started as you take each one. If you care to read the material rather than be read to, you can turn down the sound and click on notes. The script for each slide is found in the notes as you forward each slide.
As you browse thru the different modules you can begin with any one of them. KP Learn will keep track where you are and where you need to go to finish the certification process.
If you like what you see or have questions regarding materials in the modules please share with your co-workers on this blog.
Sherri Koers, Labor Coach