No matter where you started, you can begin your career with CEENTA. 

CEENTA routinely offers paid ophthalmic apprenticeships for people interested in becoming Ophthalmic Imaging Technicians and Ophthalmic Assistants.

Ophthalmic Apprentices will learn how to use devices like this during CEENTA's Ophthalmic Apprenticeship program and eye care training

Why Choose CEENTA

Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. (CEENTA) is an award-winning eye and ENT practice devoted to providing exceptional care across North and South Carolina. Along with our commitment to our patients, we believe in providing our team members the opportunity to grow in their given careers backed by our extensive benefits program and a welcoming, supportive atmosphere.

What can I expect during the Ophthalmic Apprenticeship?

During this paid 14-week course, apprentices spend time in both classroom and clinical environments, completing rotations in the following eye care subspecialties:

As an apprentice, you will also receive access to our full range of benefits, including medical and dental insurance, 401(k) plans, paid time off, and employee discounts on CEENTA services. 

What happens after the Ophthalmic Apprenticeship Program?

The apprenticeship prepares technicians and assistants for the Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) Exam.

After your 14-week apprentice training is complete, you'll be offered a position as an Ophthalmic Assistant with a two-year commitment to CEENTA.

How Do I Apply for the Ophthalmic Apprenticeship Program?

Your path to the world of eye care begins here. Stay tuned for more information on upcoming Ophthalmic Apprenticeship programs from CEENTA.

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