Earn Extra Income as a Certified ChromaGen Screener

by Rich on January 4, 2013 · 10 comments

We’re extremely excited to announce a fantastic opportunity for teachers, reading tutors, dyslexia specialists, school nurses, any educators, and/or motivated professionals to use their abilities to not only continue their quest to change lives, but also fill up their pockets with extra income.  Isn’t that really what we all want?  To truly make a difference, while increasing of our financial security.

Starting on January 19, 2013, ChromaGen Vision will begin offering one-day training seminars for those interested in becoming Certified ChromaGen Screeners.  This first seminar will be held at the Tampa Airport Hilton in Tampa, Florida.  This incredible opportunity will cost just $295 and you’ll receive the Certified ChromaGen Screening manual on arrival.

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Change More Lives

Certified ChromaGen Screeners will be responsible for conducting visuals tests that determine if someone who struggles with reading problems or dyslexia should seek further evaluation from an optometrist/ ophthalmologist.  Your simple screen will provide struggling readers in your community or nearby towns a
chance learn more about an option which may very well increase their qualify of life.

Make More Money

Once you’ve become a Certified ChromaGen Screener, you can offer screens on a fee basis of $75-95.

Ready to Register?

Visit us at www.ChromaGenScreener.com  to register for this fantastic opportunity.

Please note that registration is required and seating is limited and on a first come basis.

Upcoming Seminars

Here is a list of our upcoming one-day certification seminars:

  • January 19, 2013         Tampa, FL
  • February 2, 2013         Austin, TX
  • February 9, 2013         Philadelphia, PA
  • March 2, 2013             Boston, MA
  • March 23, 2013           Atlanta, GA

About the Seminar Trainers

Ed Huggett, O.D., Chief of Optometric Services for ChromaGen Vision.  Dr. Huggett is a licensed doctor of optometry for the past 22 years in the state of Florida with a specialty practice in vision-related learning problems and binocular vision (eye teaming) issues relating to cognitive visual processing.  Prior to his work as an optometrist he was a teacher for the Citrus County Florida School Board for 5 years. 

Jeanne Howes, Ph.D., Director of Education for ChromaGen Vision.  Dr. Howes is a licensed educational psychologist, specializing in the educational needs of school aged children.  For over 23 years, she has worked with public and private schools providing comprehensive psychological services to hundreds of children and their families.

Have Questions?

If you have any questions about how the certification process works or need more information about ChromaGen Vision, please contact Christine Smith:

Email: Christine@ChromaGenVisionLLC.com

Phone: (855) 473-2323 ext 2

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Kathy Subasic January 17, 2013 at 1:33 pm

Hello.

I am an occupational therapist with experience in neurologically-related vision problems (diplopia, eye alignment issues, etc) and low vision training. I am wondering if would be qualified for this training, if so, where I would conduct the screens (school, optometrist office, etc) and if you plan to offer a seminar in the Baltimore area.

Thank you.

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Rich January 17, 2013 at 5:42 pm

Hi Kathy!

Yes, you would absolutely qualify!

The screenings can be held at any location that is convenient for the screener and patient whether that be an office, school or home. All materials needed to screen a subject will be provided upon successful completion of training.

We do plan to have a training in Baltimore and are working on determining when that will be scheduled. It may make sense to look into the training in Philly, because we may be a few away from the training session in Philly.

Thanks for your question. We hope to see you at a training soon.

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steve doris January 17, 2013 at 4:06 pm

i am a Board Certified Optician. would i qualify?

thank you

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Rich January 17, 2013 at 5:42 pm

Hi Steve!

Yes! You would qualify.

Where are you located and how can we reach you best?

Thanks!

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Alice Kalumba January 21, 2013 at 1:18 am

l am a qualified Dispensing Optician working in Windhoek, Namibia. This seems to be very interesting. Is this course available via long distance learning.

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ted navarro January 23, 2013 at 4:02 am

Hi
Im ted navarro i am an optometrist by profession,
Am i qualified for the seminar? Do you have reading materials regarding
this subject matter?
Thanks in advance….

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ted navarro January 23, 2013 at 4:02 am

Hi
Im ted navarro i am an optometrist by profession,
Am i qualified for the seminar? Do you have reading materials regarding
this subject matter?
Thanks in advance….

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Valerie March 14, 2013 at 11:38 am

Hello,
Wondering if you will offer a seminar in Dallas this year.
Thank you,
Valerie

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Ntombi June 14, 2013 at 12:48 pm

Hi

I am an Optometrist is South Africa, I recently joined a dyslexia group of specialist, I am interested in the Chroma Gen and wondering how I can get trained?

Ntombi

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