Introducing the Optometry Ireland Members’ Area; you will be able to learn more about the benefits of being a member and see some of the services available here. However, these sections will only be available if you login with your membership details.
- Jobs / Vacancies
As a member you can post a free notice offering full-time / part-time or locum positions that can be seen by all members. If you are available for work you can also post an ad to connect with potential employers. This service is available to all members including optometrists and dispensing opticians alike. Non-members may advertise in this section for a fee- if you have a position that you would like to advertise contact the office on 01-4538850 or email: email@example.com
- CPD Section
CPD is a legal requirement under CORU and something that all registered optometrists must participate in. This section includes an archive of online CPD from Optometry Ireland and our partners & sponsors, and regular updates on education events. Check here regularly for CPD content.
Frequently Asked Questions – this section contains answers to some of the most frequently asked questions asked by members on topics like GDPR, VAT, Driver Vision Screening, CORU Code of Conduct and other issues. This is available in conjunction with the Optometric Advisor service.
Upload and store your CPD records in our secure online system. Your CPD records can be easily accessed and stored for submission to CORU if selected for Audit.
Here you will find a central resource for information and documents such as the PRSI / Medical Card contracts; links to relevant CORU files like the Code of Conduct & Ethics / Legislation etc.
- News / Information
A selection of notable news information etc relevant to members along with an archive of Member Newsletters.
When use the member login, the menu at the top of your screen will change to show the members area pages as you can see from the image below. You can access each of the sections from the menu.
Support for you as an individual practitioner
Optometry Ireland is fully committed to supporting every member on an individual needs basis. The National office is open Monday to Friday, providing ongoing clinical, professional and personal support to members. Ring on 01-45338850.
This includes the services of an Optometric Advisor who is an experienced practicing Optometrist and conversant with all issues relating to the profession and the public.
The AOI also provides an information service to the public on queries relating to the profession. We mediate and provide support to our membership in cases where complaints arise. The advent of regulation under CORU will see modern fitness to practice legislation apply to Optometry. The Association will provide confidential support and advice to any member who becomes subject to a fitness to practice complaint.
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Learn more about why CPD is important.
Professions are founded on education and knowledge and progress through Continuous Professional Development (CPD) The Optometry Ireland CPD programme was adopted to ensure that all our membership have access to high quality up to date CPD to maintain high professional standards of Optometry in Ireland.
Contact the Optometry Ireland Office.
If you have any questions or queries that cannot be answered by the office team you can ring during office hours at 01-4538850 or email using the button below.
Optometry Ireland – Your Association in action
Optometry Ireland is the recognised voice of the profession with Government bodies. This is because Optometry Ireland represents Optometrists as individual professionals rather than business entities. Optometry Ireland speaks for all Optometrists, regardless of their differing working circumstances. We seek to obtain what is best for the profession as a whole.
Optometry Ireland works to ensure that Optometrists have a strong collective voice to protect the profession against competing interests which do not serve our goals. Over the years, Optometry Ireland has fought much adversity in order to protect both the profession and public.
Professions are founded on education and knowledge and progress through Continuous Professional Development. The Optometry Ireland CPD programme was adopted to ensure that all our membership have access to high quality up to date CPD to maintain high professional standards of Optometry in Ireland.
Optometry Ireland (OI) is the professional representative body for Optometrists in Ireland
The majority of Optometrists in Ireland and a large number Optometrists registered overseas enjoy OI membership. OI is comprised of individual optometrist members each of whom has an equal voice in running it and an equal vote in the decisions of the organisation.
Our professional affixes M.A.O.I. and F.A.O.I. are the publicly recognised indicators of our professionalism both nationally and internationally.