PART I (day 1)

1.1) Presentation:Introduction of participants and their type of business: Statement of mutual expectations from each participant and problems encountered in their activities. Personal presentation. History of the approach. Introducing the schedule. Definition of Optomorphisme. Correspondence with Optometry.
– Break
1.2) Study of different face shapes: “Recognition and identification”. The oval face is used as a reference: comparison with other face shapes. The variables to be taken into account. Overall management of these variables: “the golden rectangle”.
1.3) Answers to various parameters: Pupil Distance: width of the gauge. Face shape: Position and size of the hinge. Position of the nose and frame thickness. Study of supports: The “tailor principle”.

PART II

2.1) The importance and role of colour:Concepts of colour temperatures and colour palettes.
2.2) Optimisation of the shape:  Refining the shape of the frame depending on the face shape. Break
2.3) Freedoms necessary with respect to the defined methodology:  Other possible biases: responses to emotional expectations. Variation in size depending on the ametropia, fashion criteria and client requirements.
2.4) Illustration of the validity of the concept:  Search for frames for some participants.

PART III (day 2)

3.1) Reminder of what we’ve covered. 3.2) Establishment of a methodology:  Reflections on sales techniques.
3.3) Sunglasses (standard and “solar view”). 
– Break
3.4) Sale context:  Explanation of the choices through the quality of the argument.
3.5) Exercises and applications practiced:  Choice of frames for each participant
3.6) Recognition of the optomorphic meaning of each frame.

PART IIII

4.1) Analysis of the existing stock:  Thinking about the structure of the current stock of frames. Estimated new needs. Products to be removed. How to collect those unsold?
4.2) Conclusions:  Strengths and expected benefits, responses to expectations, assessment of the training, issuing of diplomas. * the programme mentioned is likely to be adapted by the instructor to the needs of the participants.

Your registration file

The following documents are sent to you for information purposes: • PRE-REGISTRATION FILE • REGISTRATION FILE • TRAINING CONTRACT The following documents will be completed by you and returned:• REGISTRATION SUMMARY • RECEIPT OF CONTRACT NOTICE • PERSONAL NOTIFICATION FOR EACH PARTICIPANT The following documents will be provided onsite for the training:• ATTENDANCE SHEET • KNOWLEDGE TEST • TRAINING ASSESSMENT • TRAINING DIPLOMA • INDIVIDUAL TRAINING MONITORING STATEMENT • COLLECTIVE TRAINING MONITORING STATEMENT • INVOICE • TRAINING SUMMARY

Registration terms

2 options: On the Internet, through our website optomorph.comyou will find the pre-registration and registration files, to be completed accurately. By Email , simply request a pre-registration form from us at contact@optomorph.com the sole purpose of which is to tell us that you are interested in Optomorphisme training with no commitment on your part.

Assessment of the real cost of training

Given that you may have already taken part in other courses before this one, only your accountant is able to inform you about the amount of training aid that you are entitled to. For example, for our training, the FORCO grants you assistance equal to 33€ plus VAT per person per hour then you get a total cost of € 996 HT assistance to deduct 528 € HT, so you will be responsible the sum of € 468 before tax.

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