Phlebotomy Classes – Nevada Locations

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Nevada Phlebotomy Certification Class

120-Hour Phlebotomy Training & Certification Class

Licensed to operate by the Commission on Postsecondary Education

Class Structure:

  1. 40 hours of didactic in class phlebotomist training.
  2. National Exam – scheduled at your convenience after you complete class.
  3. 80 hour externship scheduled after you get your exam results (Completions in two (2) consecutive work weeks 8-4 or 9-5, NO WEEKEND TIMES)
  4. All paperwork will be uploaded to student portal for processing.
  5. Apply for License through Division of Behavioral Health.
The Phlebotomy class in Nevada is a fast-paced, dynamic environment. The completion of this class will qualify you to obtain your state license from the Division of Behavioral Health. Upon completion of the 40 hours of in-class book and hands-on training, you will take the National CPT (Certified Phlebotomy Technician) examination through the National Healthcareer Association.

 

After you pass the exam, you will be given the approval to select your 80-hour Clinical Experience. PTS maintains active externship contracts statewide ensuring you can get in and done as quickly as possible. Phlebotomy Training Specialists have day, evening, and weekend classes. All locations have hands-on training using VeinViewer technology.

 

Our phlebotomy training course will give you hands-on training on how to draw blood and teach you the skills you need to pass the National CPT exam. In our Phlebotomy courses, students are trained to become competent for an entry-level position as a Phlebotomist Technician in the medical field. Our Phlebotomy training program in Nevada will help you get your license so that you can get a full-time job as a Phlebotomist in Nevada.

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