i-Clarity Training Course - Maintenance
Short descriptionThe i-Clarity system is one of the most flexible on the market, however this flexibility comes at a cost! And the cost is that there are a lot of different elements to understand and parameters to adjust to ensure each practice gets the very most, and this course is specifically designed to address this issue.
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
i-Clarity Maintenance Training
The i-Clarity system is one of the most flexible on the market, however this flexibility comes at a cost! And the cost is that there are a lot of different elements to understand and parameters to adjust to ensure each practice gets the very most from the system.
Typical Training day will include:
- To ensure that delegates are familiar with all the main configuration options that are available, so that they can be sure that their practice systems are optimised for their use.
- To give delegate specific skills that they will be able to use immediately on their return to their practices.
- To ensure that all delegates are aware of the scope of the system, and are exposed to parts that they may not be aware of or are familiar with.
- To explain the implications of non critical maintenance options and identify which options can be experimented with (e.g. using the Training/Test branch) without causing adverse effects – and which can’t!
The Main Configuration Options
- Branch information
- Appointment Types
- Security - Form Permissions, Password Protection, Branch permissions
- GP/College modification
- Prompted fields
- Clinical Record configuration
Point of Sale/Dispensing Options
- Dispensing configuration (blank sizes, lens ordering, default glazing charge and reglazes, VAT splash screens, default workshops, online ordering.)
- Analysis Types and ZZ Groups
- Suppliers, remote edging and Impress ordering
- Product Grid vs Product Form – product information
- Price lookups
- Contact Lens brands and contact lenses
- Using Product pricing and ophthalmic lens spreadsheets
- Product reports – updated products, slow moving stock, quantity sold by supplier etc
- Updating SCU Codes (also getting rid of old SCU Codes)
- The different communication types (‘triggers’) - CL, Sight Test, Specs Collected, Specs Received, CLs Received and ‘None’
- Creating a new communication scheme from scratch
- Amending an existing communication scheme to include emails and texts
- Creating Ad hoc documents
Venue: thestudio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham B2 5EP (www.studiovenues.co.uk)
Price: £125 per delegate inclusive of refreshments, course notes etc.
- 18 April 2016
- Further dates yet to be announced
To Attend: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with practice name, delegate name(s) and any dietary requirements. Please note that places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.