National Class Versus Standard Class

The National Phlebotomy Class

$495 + $100 for the National Exam. Guaranteed Pass!

We highly recommend the National Class for the ultimate experience in Phlebotomy. 90% of the students who train with us take the National Class. This class is a 32 hour in class program taught in at all four Utah locations. The class is set to begin on or near the first of each month. The first week is open enrollment, (excluding weekend classes) so if you miss the first night/day of class, you can still come anytime during the first two day classes or the first three nights classes and still complete the class in that month. NOTE – November and December are condensed to the first two weeks of the month as not to conflict with the holidays.

The Standard Phlebotomy Class

$195 – all inclusive

This class is a 12 hour program that is taught at all four Utah locations. The Standard Class is 1 day or 1 night of book training and then intensive hands on blood draw training for 2 days, or 2 nights with our National Class. The standard class is meant for individuals who need Pre-Med or Pre-Nursing school hours to add to their applications or for individuals who may have been previously trained and are uncomfortable with the procedure. If you finish the standard class and desire further training, you can always upgrade to the National Class by simply paying the difference of the two course prices.

Phlebotomy Training Module Standard Class National Class
VeinViewer Technology – New! X X
12 Hours Didactic and Practical Experience – 36 Hours – National X X
American Heart Assoc. CPR Training & Certification X X
HIPAA – Health Information Portability and Accountability Act X X
OSHA – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration. X X
Standard Precautions X X
Needle Stick Prevention Act. X X
Special Specimen Procurement X X
Medical terminology X X
Infection control and safety X X
Anatomy and Physiology of the integumentary system X X
Collection Equipment – Use, history of, & new products X X
Venipuncture – Venous & Capillary – Vacutainer/Butterfly X X
Requisitioning – Accession Numbers, Specimen collection order X X
Test Tubes and Additives X X
Difficult Blood Draws X X
Patient Rights & Responsibilities X X
Latex Sensitivity and other precautions X X
Blood Culture Collection and Processing X X
Complications of Phlebotomy Procedures X X
Employment Presentation X X
Isolation Patients X X

Additional modules added to the Standard Course

Microbiology, Serology, Chemistry, & Hematology Training X
Unlimited additional Blood Draws in class X
Handling of Non-Blood Specimens – Urine X
Arterial Blood Gas Collection X
Large Bore Needle Use for Plasma Centers and Blood Banks X
Hands on practice with Large Bore – 16 gauge needles X
Detailed Laboratory Processing Training X
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring X
Microscope – Use and Calibration X
Centrifuge – Use and Calibration X
Communication techniques X
Legal Issues relating to Phlebotomy X