Confused about CET? The GOC's 2016 guide is available to download on the right.

Invitations  to our forthcoming CET events are emailed to all who have supplied their address.

Our CET events usually commence with hot food from 6.15pm, and lectures from 7.00pm. Details of the venues are available to download on the right.

Places can be reserved by emailing

Handouts from the talks  (where available)  may be  downloaded on the right.



On 19th April at Stoke Mandeville Hospital we'll be holding our AGM, preceded by the talk 'Filtering Blue Light' presented by Laura Moloney. This talk carries 1 interactive CET point each for optometrists (optical appliances; ocular disease) and dispensing opticians (optical appliances), and is sponsored by Essilor.


Blue light is known to induce cumulative damage to the retina and is highlighted as one of the risk factors linked to age related macula degeneration (AMD). This lecture will offer an overview of the general scientific fundamentals, following which it will explain detail of recent scientific evidence that identified a more precise retinal phototoxic spectrum. Once this background is explored the modern day indoor blue light exposure along with info on new AR coatings that filter blue will be discussed.


On 6th June at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, we'll have a peer discussion on paediatric cases, CET-accredited for optometrists and dispensing opticians. Details to follow.


To be sure of receiving your invitations, please send your email address to:

Angela McNamee:


The Chiltern Peer Review Group meets in Amersham on 18th March. Contact Susan Collier for more information:  

The Milton Keynes Peer Review Group meets in MK Village. Contact Claire Ranger for more information:  

Don't forget that any GOC registrant may set up his/her own peer review group. More details are available in the "My CET" section of the GOC website, or contact Bucks LOC's secretary:

Angela McNamee for advice.