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Topcon (Great Britain) Limited are looking for a competent individual to provide advanced levels of clinical training and application support across a range of high end Digital Imaging and Fundus capturing systems, OCT and Automated Vision Testing Systems to external and internal customers in both the Optometry and hospital sectors throughout the UK. The individual will also be required to attend and support at major company exhibitions and events.
The course will be held on Monday 9th October at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and will run from 09.30 – 16.30 and will include lunch. The course is an interactive / roleplay course where you will play yourself. If you would like to bring your own photographic kit, you are most welcome, but equipment will be available if needed. However the objectives of the course are centred around communication not photography.