Become a Vision Screener
Prevention is an important part of good healthcare. Members of volunteer organizations and service groups around the country take vision screening training so they can better serve their communities. Some offer vision screening as a benefit. Others provide these services for a fee.
Why become a Prevent Blindness America certified vision screener? ► Why become a Prevent Blindness America certified vision screener? ▼
Prevent Blindness America has the only national program that trains and certifies people around the country to conduct screenings that find vision problems in adults and children.
Prevent Blindness America affiliates around the country offer training and certification in adult vision screenings and children's vision screenings, and training in photoscreening techniques.
Training participants become candidates for certification when they complete the basic screener course. Prevent Blindness America issues certifications and maintains a national database of certified vision screeners.
Adult Vision Screening Training and Certification ► Adult Vision Screening Training and Certification ▼
Through specially developed courses, Prevent Blindness America equips people to learn skills, practice them under the eyes of experienced observers, and earn valuable accreditation. Read More
Children's Vision Screening Training and Certification ► Children's Vision Screening Training and Certification ▼
Vision screening is a good beginning to eye care. A screening does not replace a professional examination, but it can help identify those at risk for eye disorders. Read More
Preschool Vision Screening Training for Healthcare Professionals ► Preschool Vision Screening Training for Healthcare Professionals ▼
Prevent Blindness America and the American Academy of Pediatrics Partner to Improve Children's Vision Health. Read More