PHLEBOTOMY FROM START TO FINISH
The Phlebotomy Technician course concentrates on the proper techniques of blood drawing. It also demonstrates the various methods utilized for blood drawing that include Multi-sample needle, butterfly syringe, needle syringe, and evacuated tube system. Students will learn the terminology used to order laboratory tests and identify various laboratory equipment used for sample analysis. The course will teach the proper methods of applying gloves, gowns and masks for laboratory procedure while allowing students the opportunity to practice their phlebotomy skills on mannequin arms and more importantly; in a live student/patient environment under the supervision of their licensed/certified instructors.
In this course students will be able to demonstrate various methods of Phlebotomy such as:
- Venous blood draw using the Multi-sample needle and butterfly syringe.
- Demonstrate a sterile lancet capillary blood withdrawal, an Auto-let blood withdrawal for glucose level, the proper use of a Microhematocrit Centrifuge to differentiate plasma from serum.
- Different use of color-coded vacutainers
- In addition, students will learn the proper use of a Glucometer to obtain a blood glucose level
- Student will be exposed to various methods of discarding hazardous material according to OSHA guidelines.
- Proper techniques of disinfection with reference to infection control
Identify and label the parts of the most common diagnostic laboratory equipment, use basic skills in context of therapeutic and laboratory procedures.
- Each student will have the opportunity to practice their phlebotomy skills on training arms and most importantly the students will have an opportunity to practice their technique on each other or volunteers under the supervision of their instructor.
60 Total Hours
Tuition Fee – $440
Registration Fee – $35
Books – Online access with no cost
Total – $475
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Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
Mornings: Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 2 PM for 2 weeks
Evenings: Monday – Friday, 5:30pm PM – 10 PM for 3 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM – 6 PM for 8 weeks
Eligibility for entrance, the following items are required of all applicants:
- Tour of the center in person.
- Proof of High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED) or higher College Degree from an accredited school in the United States.
- Foreign country high school diploma or higher college degree (must be in English or translated into English).
- If student does not meet the above-mentioned requirement, NO PROBLEM. Student can take an entrance exam at school known as Ability to Benefit Test provided by the school.
- Payment of registration fee