Phlebotomy Training Specialists is licensed by the Louisiana Board of Regents and adheres to the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Proprietary Schools Advisory Commission.
The Phlebotomy class in Louisiana is a fast-paced, dynamic learning environment. The completion of this class will qualify you to obtain your state license form the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners. Upon completion of the 40- hour in-class book and hands-on training, you will take the National Certification examination through the National Healthcareer Association.
Phlebotomy Training Specialists have day, evening, and weekend classes at most locations. We also train 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 Phlebotomy 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 Louisiana will help you get your phlebotomy license so that you can gain full-time employment as a Phlebotomist in Louisiana.
Phlebotomy is a relatively easy healthcare profession to enter, as it requires minimal training and certification requirements. However, you are likely to find it hard initially as you have to find the right vein to stick and insert to draw blood, something that takes practice to master. You also have to get the right tubes from the lab, draw blood in the correct order, and get enough of it to run the tests ordered.
The good news is that all this can be learned in a program that emphasizes practical knowledge, such as our phlebotomy classes in Louisiana. You can start the journey towards a fulfilling career with great benefits by training with the Phlebotomy Training Specialists.
Overall, you will enjoy the following advantages if you pick a career in phlebotomy.
A phlebotomist is guaranteed a steady periodic income that averages $30,000 per year in most areas within Louisiana, although it can be higher depending on your place of work.
Phlebotomists are in demand in many hospital areas, which means you get a chance to work in the outpatient or outpatient wing, labs, infusion centers, or even urgent care. You will never be bored in such a dynamic work setting.
Phlebotomists usually work shifts, and the more hours you work at a time, the few days you get to go to work, meaning that you can get to do other things you love.
Phlebotomists are in high demand as patients will always need their blood drawn. It will be easier for you to find a job than most people in other professions.
While other institutions offer phlebotomy courses in the region, the following aspects set us apart.
We offer payment plans that provide students the chance to clear the fee in installments by the time the class reaches the halfway mark. All you have to do is pay for registration fee and book a seat, and then you can pay any amount that will go towards clearing the remaining amount. Enrolling at least 3 months in advance will give you ample time to clear the remaining amount before the first class.
Theoretical knowledge in this field can only take you so far. You will have to rely on practical skills to get the job done. Our instructors teach from experience, having worked professionally as phlebotomists. We also allow students to perform blood draws as many times as it takes to master the skill and overcome fear and doubt.
The VeinViewer technology allows you to learn anatomy quickly as it can see through the patient’s skin and provide a digital map of their skin, saving you the need to stick needles in them severally. Phlebotomy Training Specialists is the only institution that uses this technology at the class level, allowing you to get a feel of what it is like to work in a professional setting.
Become a phlebotomist within 40 hours of in-class book and hands-on training that will equip you with the knowledge required to pass the National Certification examination.
You just have to be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma to register for our program. You don’t need prior medical knowledge to join the program.
Louisiana is one of the few states with a state law that requires one to be nationally certified to gain employment as a phlebotomist. You must thus enroll in a training program approved by the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners and then apply for certification.
You must complete 40 classroom hours, 100 hours in practicals, and have made 100 successful venipunctures to be issued certification.
We offer flexible class schedules throughout the day, evening, and weekend classes. We train using VeinViewer technology. Our students undergo these four steps before completing the program.
Our phlebotomy technician training program is meant to equip you with the skills to make you competent for an entry-level position as a phlebotomist technician in the medical field. We also help you prepare students to get a license and gain full-time employment as a phlebotomist in Louisiana.