The Certified Ophthalmic Paramedic (COP) is a flagship program of the hospital, aimed at creating an empowered cadre of trained allied ophthalmic personnel for strengthening ophthalmic services delivery system. An intensive program which combines classroom sessions with on-the-job Training and specialization.
To create an empowered cadre of trained allied ophthalmic personnel for strengthening ophthalmic services delivery system
Our Programmes of Vision Technician, Operation Theatres Technician and Medical Record & Information Technologists are accredited with the Health Sector Skills Council.
The students are branched out into following streams based on their aptitude and capabilities:
- Operation Theatre Technician
- Vision Technician
- Patient Educator
- Medical Record Assistant and health information technician
- Lab Technician
SCEH has been imparting training by applying Adult Learning Principle. The training package amalgamates theory and skills aspects of eye-care for making the entire learning very interesting and informative. The participatory approach is being used to optimize learning and sharing. The candidates are encouraged to ask, question, critically review and understand the subject appropriately and adequately for assisting the eye-care specialists.SCEH is developing tailor-made modules and following training techniques are being applied for training dissemination, includes:
SCEH only engages the best facilitators to train, coach and mentor participants. Each stream receives their own designated training professionals to support each and every participant enrolled in the program
- Lecture cum discussion
- Role Play
- Group Discussion
- Multimedia instruction through Lectures & slides.
- Video & audio tapes.
- Practical hands-on training.
Training is module based. Session plan developed by faculty on set training design.
Dr. Parul Datta, Program Director
Ms. Sunita Arora, Program Anchor
Ms. Anjali Nirdosh, Program Administrator and Trainer
Ms. Shiba Ahmad, Training Coordinator, Mohammadi