Phlebotomy Technician Training Class
The program is designed for students who are interested in gaining knowledge to become phlebotomists, and for those who are looking for a change in their career.
Under the supervision of a Medical Technologist, as a Phlebotomist, you’ll draw blood from patients in hospitals, clinics, blood centers, or similar facilities for the purpose of laboratory testing and analysis or other medical purposes. You may perform some or all of the following tasks:
Perform basic phlebotomy procedures.
Evaluate patients for ability to withstand venipuncture procedure.
Explain the venipuncture procedure and answer patient questions.
Perform basic point of care testing, such as blood glucose levels on patients.
Prepare blood, urine, and other body fluid specimens for testing according to established standards.
Scope of Training
· Anatomy, physiology, structures of the heart, cardiac cycle.
· Blood Bank and Immunology
· Infection Control and Safety
· Specimen Documentation
· Specimen Transportation
· General Principles for Venipuncture
· Venipuncture Site Selection
· Point of Care Testing Venipuncture
· OSHA Regulations
· Basic EKG Class
· I.V. Catheter Insertion Class
After completing the Training Program, students will be able to:
· Gain knowledge to become a Phlebotomist.
· Equipment familiarization and patient preparation.
· Learn the basic knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and function of the heart.
· They will be able to draw and collect blood and other specimens from patients for the
purpose of laboratory testing and analysis.
· Learn Infection control and hazards associated with venipuncture.
· Perform venipunctures using butterfly, syringes, color coded vacutaineers, and over the
needle catheter on model arm and live subjects.
· Be prepared to take the Certified Phlebotomy Technician Examination (CPT)
By the end of the training program, you have can register for the National Certification Exam. If you successfully pass the exam, you become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician. A Phlebotomy Technician Certification will help you obtain more job opportunities, a higher pay scale, job security, as well as provides students with a competitive edge in the marketplace.
The Phlebotomy Technician Certification Exam (CPT) is accredited
by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and issues
CPT certifications through National Healthcareer Association, Inc.
NHA is recommended and recognized by colleges, healthcare career programs
and healthcare employers around the country.
Why get Certified?
Certification demonstrates your commitment to your chosen profession and the safety of your patients. NHAs allied health certification exams and continuing education resources have helped nearly 350,000 allied health professionals. Certification can help improve opportunities to secure better jobs, improve pay, and advance your career.
· Flu Shot*
· 2-Step TB Clearance or X-ray *
*must be submitted a week prior to scheduled Clinical Practicum
All students are required to provide documentation of a flu Shot and a negative result of a 2-step TB skin test in past twelve (12) months (details below). MUST submit these documents prior to the scheduled class.
TB SKIN TEST
A 2-step TB test with a negative result within the past twelve (12) months is required. If there is a positive result from a skin test, an X-ray is highly recommended as a second step to verify clearance. The test may be obtained from your family physician or local Health Department. All students must submit a negative TB clearance a week prior to the start of clinical practicum.
Class Schedule Information:
Classroom: 20 Evenings, Monday to Friday (5pm - 9pm)
To reserve a place and begin class, must complete an enrollment form and enrollment agreement. A deposit must be submitted with your application to secure your seat. Seating is limited and are based on first come first served. You may call our office for seat availability, or obtain additional information by calling (808) 848-9988 during office hours 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday.
You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org additional information.
Return the completed and signed Enrollment Application, Enrollment Agreement below, together with a deposit of between $300.00 to $500.00. The Physical Form must be completed and submitted a week prior to the scheduled class.
Forms of Payment:
Acceptable forms of payment are credit/debit card, money order or cashier check made payable to Caregiver Training School. When registering in person, cash or personal check is acceptable. Note: An additional fee of 3% will be charged to you if paid with Credit or Debit.
We look forward to having you train with us.
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