This workshop is 8 hours in length and costs $250. The fee includes all supplies and training materials. Check out the schedule or the flyers at the bottom of the page for class dates, times, and locations.
Classes must have a minimum of 4 students and are subject to cancellation if this minimum is not met.
What will be covered in the workshop?
This workshop introduces the participant to the theory of phlebotomy, as well as gives the opportunity for hands-on experiences in drawing blood.
- Order Forms/Requisitions
- Labeling of Specimens
- Order of Draw
- Procedural Issues
- Vein Selection
- Site Selection
- Finger sticks/heel sticks
- Possible Complications
- Medical Terminology
- Infection prevention and control
- Communicable Disease
- Special Situations
When and where will the workshops be offered?
Check out the flyer for your area below. There are various dates and times available, but each workshop is 8 hours in length. The class sizes are small and do fill up quickly, so the date you want might not be available. Call us and verify the class date is available before enrolling on-line.
Why take the workshop?
- Only $250
- Excellent preparatory work for RN, LPN or Paramedic programs.
- RNs and LPNs will receive 7 hours of continuing education (CE Provider #: 50-11119)
- CNAs will receive 8 in-service hours
Live “sticks” will be done in the class. These sticks include venipunctures and capillary sticks. These sticks will not be done during an externship, but will be done on fellow students and yourself, in a very supervised setting. If you are not comfortable having someone draw your blood, please do not enroll for this class.
About the Instructors:
Our instructors are trained phlebotomists with years of experience in both working in the field as well as teaching.