(PRESS RELEASE) As part of their education mission, Laramy-K Optical is now producing free, weekly training videos that cover a wide range of optician-related topics.
Led by Laramy-K's John Seegers, Director of Education and Keith Benjamin, Director of Marketing, the company's YouTube channel features video lessons covering prism, Prentice's Formula, the 30-45-60 rule and much more. The series is presented in a friendly yet informative way and viewer participation is encouraged.
According to Seegers: “A new series on in-office finishing is currently in production. Our plan is to release video content that covers all the lessons from the OpticianWorks website and far beyond. Our production process is already evolving, we are trying our best to be different by providing videos that are both entertaining and educational.”
“Laramy-K has always tried to be on the forefront in offering online educational material," says Janet Benjamin, president of Laramy-K. "In keeping with our mission to serve independent opticians, the Laramy-K YouTube channel will allow us to have a broader reach and ultimately help raise the bar for opticians everywhere.”
Laramy-K Optical, the only exclusively-uncut laboratory in the U.S., established in 1989 in Indianola, IA, is a leader in the use of freeform technology. The company offers a complete range of freeform and conventional uncut surfaced lenses and AR coatings, serving all industries.
OpticianWorks, established in 2008 and acquired by Laramy-K Optical in 2015 is the first 100 percent web-based education site for optician education. OpticianWorks training courses include optics, anatomy, optical products, sales and business management and finishing.
For more information, visit: Laramy-K YouTube Channel:
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OpticianWorks Optician Training
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