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    BC College of Optics pilot-project for USA un-licensed States

    BC College of Optics (BCCO) is starting a pilot-project for training new Opticians/Contact Lens Fitters in all USA un-licensed States only, and we will discount our 6-month opticianry program tuition by over 80% for up to ten (10) qualified USA students for our BCCO March 16th, 2020 class only. This offer expires February 26th, 2020.

    This March 16th pilot-project is intended to introduce our Canadian 6-month ‘BC College of Optics’ opticianry program to those new to the optical industry in un-licensed States, who want to fully understand optical formulas and optical theory as well as receive our ‘in-house’, ‘hands-on’ practical training, so they can be regarded among the best-trained Opticians in their area.
    Our 6-month opticianry career training program is government designated and accredited... www.bceqa.ca

    High school graduation, or equivalent, with one (1) year of Mathematics that included basic Algebra, is a firm pre-requisite for admission.
    Room and Board in Vancouver, BC CANADA area can be found for about $1000.00CDN/month (or about $700.00 USD), and shared accommodations is also available here on CraigsList.

    Our school ‘Registration Form’ can be found in our school website... www.bccollegeofoptics.ca
    Fill it out and return to us, together with photocopy of your high school transcript and your discounted registration application fee of $50.00USD (payable by bank draft, money order or personal check to ‘BC College of Optics’).

    Our March 16th students will leave BC College of Optics in mid-September 2020, fully-qualified to dispense both eyewear and contact lenses to ABO-Advanced and NCLE-Advanced levels, should they wish to pursue those Advanced USA certifications.

    Move quickly, as registration for this pilot-project is on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis, and registration deadline is February 26th, 2020.
    Make you application for March 16th registration directly to ted.morse@shaw.ca and feel free to email me with any questions regarding this pilot-project.
    Last edited by tmorse; 01-24-2020 at 12:11 AM.

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