Phlebotomy Training Specialists program is 40 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.
1. Must be a High School graduate or equivalent thereof. We will ask for proof of this.
2. Students must be at least 18 years or older.
Demand for specialists in the allied healthcare industry has continued to explode. Choosing to study phlebotomy (the art of drawing people’s blood for lab analysis), will help you gain a competitive advantage in the medical field.
At Phlebotomy Training Specialists, we are equipped with the right tools to prepare students to become certified phlebotomists in Texas. Our team is skilled at providing you with the hands-on training necessary to help you stand out in any lab.
When most people hear of phlebotomy, the main picture that comes to mind is drawing people’s blood (which is not that appealing to a majority). But there are lots of benefits to choosing a career in phlebotomy such as:
Unlike most medical programs, you won’t have to spend years to become a certified phlebotomist. On average, it will take you 16 weeks in our training program to become a certified phlebotomist in Texas.
Better yet, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the growth rate for the phlebotomy job market to increase by 28% in the next five years.
A lot of healthcare facilities are always looking for professional phlebotomists; from hospitals, laboratories, private doctors’ offices, and blood donor centers. Therefore, you are flexible to work in a variety of settings by scheduling your shifts accordingly.
You’ll earn a substantial income with minimal training as a phlebotomist. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median pay for a phlebotomist is about $17.90 per hour which averages to an annual income of $37,380.
Anyone in the medical field will tell you that there is rarely a boring day on the job, health care is always moving. Every day, you get to meet new people who you’ll most likely impact in a positive way. As a phlebotomist, you can work alongside most medical pros and can be called for emergencies in different settings for blood collection.
The quality of your phlebotomists can make or break your career. At PTS, we are the best phlebotomy training institution for the following reasons:
At Phlebotomy Training Specialists, we know that reading books won’t help you draw blood from patients. Our highly experienced instructors will provide you with real-world skills to use as a phlebotomist and help you impress even on day one in the workforce. We are the only school in the US that uses VeinViewer, an innovative technology that provides a digital display of blood vessels.
Having successfully trained and graduated over 20,000 students, we are arguably one of the largest independent phlebotomy training institutes around. Our good reputation and professional training approach have made us a favorite among those looking for a career in phlebotomy.
At Phlebotomy Training Specialists, we understand that students come from different settings and some may struggle to clear the fees at once. Consequently, we have payment plans to accommodate different students. We only require a deposit at registration (you can register up to 3 months in advance), while all tuition fees should be cleared at least halfway through your class.
Unlike other states such as Washington D.C., you can work on patients without a phlebotomy license in Texas. However, to get better jobs with higher pay, you must be a certified phlebotomy technician.
To register for a course, you’ll need to be of 18 years and above, and have a high school diploma/ GED. You’ll also need to sit and pass the national exam that will be administered on the last day of class at Phlebotomy Training Specialists.
We offer morning, evening, and weekend classes for our Texas phlebotomy students. Our flexible class schedule allows our students to receive their phlebotomy training around their personal schedules. We want our students to have options when pursuing their career goals.
With a graduation pass rate of over 92%, our Dallas location in Richardson is one of the best Texas phlebotomy schools. Our team of experienced trainers and state-of-the-art classroom settings will help you jump-start your phlebotomy career.
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