Your Future Directions membership will prepare you for a successful career in independent optometry. Gain invaluable business knowledge, training, networking and placement opportunities whilst undertaking your studies.
An opportunity for you to network with fellow students, ProVision member optometrists, the ProVision Board, management and staff and other industry professionals at OAA and ProVision sponsored events.
A dedicated student area on our ProVision website containing membership news, vacancy, opportunities, newsletters and relevant industry information.
Student Email Newsletter
Learn business tips and gain insight into the career experience of successful independent optometrists. The newsletter will also keep you informed about upcoming events and industry news.
Clinical Education Placements
ProVision works closely with the three universities to ensure students have the opportunity to experience independent full-scope optometry as part of their university course, through initiatives such as the perceptorship training program.
ProVision can place you in contact with a practicing optometrist in your state for mentoring and career advice.
On completion of your studies, ProVision can assist you to locate employment with an independent optometrist. You'll gain invaluable experience and insight into the operational management of an independent practice. This is of particular benefit for those wishing to open their own practice in the future.
Employment While Studying
There are casual and part time employment opportunities with independent practices while you are studying. Make sure you look out for emails which detail any positions.
If you are seeking to open a new practice or purchase an existing one on completion of your studies or in the future, you have the option of joining ProVision as a member optometrist. You'll benefit from our full range of management and support services to ensure a successful start to your practice and its continued growth.
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