Phlebotomy Training Specialists program is 32 hours in length, during which time you will receive all of the book and hands-on training that you need to be ready for the workforce right out of class. The hands-on training, lab processing, quantity of blood draws, VeinViewer usage, coupled with amazing trainers and just the right amount of book training, ensures you will be successful.
This is a fast-paced learning environment, but students always have the option to return to the class or attend alternate classes, free of charge once they have completed the class and attended one time. If you fail the National Examination in this state, we will pay for you to take it a second time, which is just like a pass guarantee. Enroll today in the most exciting and energetic Phlebotomy Training class in America.
Phlebotomy literally means “to cut a vein” in Greek. It is the process of making a puncture in a vein to collect blood. A “Phlebotomist” is a person who performs this action. Phlebotomy is a skill set you can learn in a reputable training institution such as our phlebotomy schools in Ohio.
Various benefits come with pursuing a career in phlebotomy. They include:
You will enjoy the following benefits by enrolling in our phlebotomy technician program in Ohio.
You can register for classes by paying the deposit to secure a seat in the class. You will then be supposed to have cleared the remainder by the time you are halfway through the class. We also allow registration up to 3 months in advance, an opportunity you could take up to give you ample time to make payments before the class starts. You could pay any amount at a time so long as the balance is paid halfway through the class.
Our students succeed 92% of the time. If you don’t succeed at the first attempt, you can always try a second time, an expense we will cater for. This almost gives a surety of success in passing the certification examination.
The VeinViewer technology can see through a patient’s skin and provide you with a real-time digital map of their vessels, drastically lowering the number of needle sticks needed. It can detect hidden valves and bifurcations, thus reducing the risk and pain while improving patient happiness and care.
We are the only institution in the country that has made the financial commitment to equip our students with this technology, enabling you to have a feel of what happens in the workplace. You will not need orientation on the VeinViewer after completing our program.
Our instructors are not only good at imparting book knowledge but have professional experience working as phlebotomists. Hands-on instruction, lab processing, the volume of blood draws, and the use of Vein Viewer, along with outstanding trainers and just the proper amount of book training, will prime you for success.
You do not need to obtain a license to work as a phlebotomist in Ohio and, phlebotomy certification is also not a requirement. Still, it is a good idea to get certification as it can help you land a job faster and put you in a position to negotiate for better pay. Most employers like to hire phlebotomists with certification as it is often a testament to your credentials.
You will need to take an examination test from a certification agency after completing a phlebotomy training program to get your certification. When you pass your exam, you will receive your certification
You can get your certification from more than one phlebotomy agency, and it doesn’t make a difference which one you choose because most employers will accept any of them. Upon reaching your certification, it will be valid for two years, and then you will be required to renew it if you want to continue working as a phlebotomist.
The program consists of 32 hours of in-class training that entails bookwork, rigorous hands-on training, and an exam at the end of the program. If you pass this exam, you will have the opportunity to work in states across the country.
We also have a student-for-life policy that allows you to drop in at your convenience even after completing the program. This refresher course allows you to review material and perform additional blood draws at no cost.
We also have minimal prerequisites for registration. You just have to be 18 years and above and have a high school diploma or its equivalent. Previous medical experience is not a requirement. We offer flexible class schedules with morning, evening, and weekend classes.
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Enroll for classes to start training to become a certified phlebotomy technician in Ohio by contacting us today. We also have classes available in over 20 states and almost 50 locations. We will teach you everything you need to know to start your career in phlebotomy.