Phlebotomy Technician Course
Course Fee $595 - What's included:
National Certification Exam
Can you see yourself working in hospitals, clinics, laboratories or other medical facilities? Our 8 week Phlebotomy Technician program is geared towards preparing students with the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain employment as a phlebotomist and meet the requirements to take the national exam. Becoming a phlebotomy technician is a great opportunity for students to jump into a rewarding profession in the healthcare field.
What you'll learn
Introduction to Phlebotomy
You will learn the theory and practice of phlebotomy, the healthcare setting, an overview of basic anatomy and physiology and other factors involved with this profession.
In addition to learning how to properly perform venipuncture, you will learn other types of collections, such as blood culture and a variety of point-of-care tests.
Safety and Infection Control
Working with patients and bodily fluids, it is essential that you learn how to operate in a safe manner. Here you will learn about standard precautions set forth by the CDC for prevention and spread of communicable diseases.
Processing and Healing
Specimen handling and labeling needs to be done accurately and with care. You will learn about quality assurance and quality control principles to requisitioning, specimen transport and processing.
Blood Collection Procedures
Performing specimen collection utilizing a variety of methods, techniques and equipment. Emphasis is placed on venipuncture collections and professionalism. In addition, you will learn trouble shoot factors that affect the outcome of successful venipunctures.
Ethics, Legal and Regulations
Here you will learn about various regulations that facilities, cities and states have in place including those set forth by the federal government. It is important to fully understand the rules and regulations in this profession.
Phlebotomy Technician- $595
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Late enrollment accepted, as class size allows. Contact school for more details.
01/20/24 - 03/09/24; Saturday; 9:00am - 5:00pm
How long is the program?The Phlebotomy Technician is 8 weeks
Where do I go to get my book?Your instructor will give you your book on the first day of class.
What do I need to bring with me on my first day of class?Bring your laptop or mobile device. We like to make sure you can access your online learning account and show you how to navigate it.
Do I have to bring a copy of my immunizations on the first day of class?No, your instructor will go over any required immunizations on the first day of class.
Do I need to wear scrubs for my first day of the course?No, please come in comfortable clothes. Your instructor will let you know when it is time to wear scrubs.
Do you offer payment plans?Yes we do. We require a minimum deposit of $200 and the remaining balance can be split into two payments. No interest or fees.
What will my class schedule be?Depending on which class your register for, you will attend class one day a week for 6-8 hours or two days a week for 3-4 hours each class. Both options are 8 weeks in length.
Do I need a High School Diploma to enroll?All students are required to provide proof of a high school diploma or GED.
What if I already have a current BLS/CPR certification? Am I required to attend?No, we include BLS/CPR as part of the program. You are not required to attend.
Pay as you learn! We offer individualized payment plans, no interest or additional fees. For more information or to set up a payment plan, click the “register” tab below then complete payment plan form. We will follow up with you to set up your plan.
MCA is also an approved training provider through Idaho Department of Labor. To see if you qualify for financial assistance for our program, please reach out to either office for more information. Caldwell 208-364-7781 or Boise 208-332-3575
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