There are several courses that can help optometrists build their knowledge and skills in various areas of optometry. Some of these courses include:

1.      Anatomy and Physiology: This course provides an in-depth understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the eye and visual system.

2.      Optics and Refraction: This course covers the principles of optics and how they apply to refraction and the correction of vision.

3.      Ocular Disease and Therapeutics: This course covers the diagnosis and treatment of common ocular diseases, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.

4.      Pediatric Optometry: This course focuses on the unique vision needs and challenges of children, including visual development, pediatric diseases, and binocular vision disorders.

5.      Contact Lenses: This course covers the fitting and prescribing of contact lenses, including soft, rigid, and specialty lenses.

6.      Low Vision Rehabilitation: This course covers the assessment and management of patients with low vision, including the use of magnification devices and adaptive technologies.

7.      Vision Therapy: This course covers the principles and techniques of vision therapy, including the treatment of binocular vision disorders and other visual dysfunctions.

Continuing education courses and workshops are also available to help optometrists stay current with advances in the field and maintain their licensure.