The Orlando Super Weekend is ideal for the Florida optometrist who needs to complete required courses before the biennium. It’s also a great get away with quality education for out of state optometrists. The weekend will consist of thirteen hours of continuing education. Within the thirteen hours are six transcript quality (TQ) courses, Florida Jurisprudence and Florida Medical Errors.
Our keynote speaker for the weekend is Dr. Mile Brujic. Dr. Brujic is a member of Premier Vision Group, a successful four location practice in Northwest Ohio. Dr. Brujic has lectured extensively on anterior segment issues, and will bring his knowledge to this conference. John Randolph, MD of the Center for Retina and Macular Disease, will share retina ground rounds. The conference will conclude Sunday with Dr. Susan Frick presenting Florida Jurisprudence and Florida Medical Errors. Join us for what promises to be an engaging weekend of learning.
The Nova Southeastern Campus in Orlando is in very close proximity to the Millennium Mall. You will see it on the frontage road to I-4. If you are considering vacationing while here it is close to Universal Studios.
Transcript Quality Testing Pre-Event Rate $75, covers 3 or more exams. If you only need 1-2 exams you can pay post event at the rate of $30 per exam.
If you are unable to attend the program, please notify us by email as soon as possible. We will refund your registration fee based upon the following schedule:
100% refund if notified at least by October 3, 2016
No refunds after October 3, 2016
There will be no refund if you do not attend the program or do not notify us in advance. As a reminder, compliance with Board guidelines requires punctual attendance for CE credit. Those persons who do not arrive on time for a course will not receive credit. The Florida Board of Optometry states in Chapter 64B13-5.001 (1): “Credit will be allowed on the basis of an hour for hour. To receive one hour credit, a licensed practitioner must attend not less than 50 minutes.”
Please Note: All attendees must be registered to attend the college's CE programs and courses. Due to insurance and liability issues, children are not allowed in the lecture halls.