Logan Phlebotomy Classes

Logan Phlebotomy Class Structure

Tuition and Fees

  • Class Tuition

    $495
  • National Exam Fee

    $100
  • Total for Tuition & Exam Fee

    $595

$100 deposit required to register and save your spot. Please see below for more information regarding payment plans.

Class Schedules

National AM Class

Time: 9am-1pm
8 classes total
Tuesdays and Thursdays for 4 weeks

National PM Class

Time: 6pm-10pm
8 classes total
Mondays and Wednesdays for 4 weeks

National WKD Class

Time: 8am-4:30pm
4 classes total
Saturdays for 4 weeks
*See below to register for one of our next upcoming courses.
Class Structure
  1. The course consists of 32 hours in-class training. This includes bookwork, intensive hands-on training, and practical examination.

  2. On the last day of class, students can choose to challenge the National Exam. When passed, this exam certifies students to work anywhere in the country.*States such as California, Nevada, Louisiana and Washington have additional licensing requirements.

  3. PTS has a “Student for Life” policy. After full completion of the course, students are welcomed back in the classroom at any time (depending on class availability) to brush up on their skills, review material, and perform additional blood draws.

Prerequisites
  1. Must be 18 years or older.

  2. Previous experience is NOT required.

Flexible Payment Plan

At Phlebotomy Training Specialists, we understand that each person has a unique set of circumstances, and we offer a flexible payment plan to accommodate all potential students. Because we are a private institution, we DO NOT accept financial aid, however, we DO accept vouchers from third-party payers who are willing to pay for private education.

 

Our flexible payment plan works by requiring ONLY the deposit of $100 to register and secure a seat in class. Students will then have from the day they pay the deposit up until the midway point of class (end of class 4 for AM/PM students and end of class 2 for weekend students) to get the remaining balance paid off. We also allow and encourage registration up to 3 months in advance. This allows students ample time to make payments in order to be paid by these due dates.

 

We offer our students the freedom to decide when they would like to make payments and how much they would like to pay as long as the remaining balance is paid off by the midway point of class. Students will not be able to take the National Exam until they are paid in full. Payments can be made conveniently online at any time through the Student Portal, or, over the phone with Student Services.

Current Phlebotomy Jobs in Utah! *Compiled from various websites weekly

Logan Location

1300 North 200 East
Suite 114F
Logan, Utah 84341

National vs. Standard Phlebotomy Classes

In Utah and Idaho, we offer 2 different class types: the 32-Hour National Class and the 12-Hour Standard Class. We highly recommend the National Class for the ultimate experience in Phlebotomy; 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.

IV and EKG Courses

The I.V. and EKG courses are typically held on a Tuesday and Thursday night and are 8 hours total, click on the links below to see upcoming dates in your area. You will go to class from 6-10pm each of the evenings listed on the schedule.

Phlebotomy in Logan, Utah

Phlebotomy in Logan, UtahPhlebotomy in Logan, Utah is rapidly becoming a popular career choice. Phlebotomy is a great skill to learn and the career outlook is great. Students both young and mature are seeking out classes to get started. Here are some stats about Utah supporting why becoming a phlebotomist in Utah is a good path:

  1. Utah ranks #2 for the highest percentage of adults with either an Associate’s degree or college experience, so training and education are important for employers.
  2. Utah also boasts a fairly low unemployment rate of 3.1% as of August 2018, so getting some job training like phlebotomy is essential to obtaining gainful employment.
  3. In the Logan, Utah area, about 2.8% of total employment belongs to Healthcare Support roles like phlebotomists, according to the Bureau of Labor as of May 2017.
  4. Between Indeed.com, getphlebotomyjobs.com, and ihiremedtechs.com, there are currently 494 phlebotomy jobs that need to be filled in the state of Utah.
  5. The mean average salary for Phlebotomists in the Logan, Utah area as of May 2017 was $13.96/hr, compared to a national average of $16.69/hr. However, salary depends on the company hiring, with some places paying $12.56/hr, while there are other companies paying upwards of $20.52/hr. in the Logan area.

Now that the baby boomer generation has flooded the medical system, phlebotomists are in great demand. The career outlook is bright for phlebotomy in Logan and it’s also a great start for those interested in pursuing further interests in the medical field like nursing.