About DOCET


CPD Manager Bettina Noelle-Fox presents prizes to some lucky winners at Optometry Tomorrow 2019 in Birmingham

CPD Manager Bettina Noelle-Fox presents prizes to some lucky winners at Optometry Tomorrow 2019 in Birmingham


Optometrists today work in a rapidly changing professional environment. Keeping knowledge and skills up-to-date through continuing education and training (CET) is essential to ensure that the services optometrists provide are fit for purpose and to assure the public of the continuing competence of practitioners. Completion of CET is a mandatory requirement of the General Optical Council (GOC) and more information about the GOC’s CET requirements can be found on the GOC website.

The Directorate of Optometric Continuing Education and Training (DOCET) is a special Committee that was set up by the Department of Health in 1989 to oversee the management of government funds set aside for the provision of optometric continuing education and training for all UK registered optometrists

DOCET produces and distributes award-winning distance learning materials, including video and audio media and e-learning. Visit the DOCET Courses page to access the wide variety of available DOCET training resources.

DOCET also provides financial assistance to help local optometric groups and communities who want to run their own CET courses, meetings or events. Visit the Funding pages to find out more about the financial help available and how to apply.

We would be delighted to receive feedback on the website or on any DOCET resources - you can email us at enquiries@docet.info.

 

Contact us

  • Email us at enquiries@docet.info
  • Call us on 020 7839 6000 and ask for DOCET
  • Write to us at DOCET, 42 Craven Street, London, WC2N 5NG



  

'I am enthusiastic about DOCET courses and the contribution they have made to my professional development. The contact lenses courses were invaluable, and I refer back to the DOCET materials all the time.'

Jane-Anne MacVeigh, MCOptom

 
  






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