Basic Phlebotomy Program Overview
Are you wanting to make a change in your life, AND in the lives of others? Our Basic Phlebotomy program will train you to become a certified Phlebotomist. Above all, you will become a vital member of the clinical laboratory team. In addition, new diagnostic techniques, clinical laboratory technology, and automated instruments have significantly increased medical laboratory testing demand.
Our Basic Phlebotomy program will enable you to work with a wide variety of people at hospitals, healthcare sites, or even through unique types of jobs. For instance, some phlebotomists might go from home to home collecting blood samples from life insurance applicants used in underwriting procedures to determine their eligibility and rates. Other phlebotomists draw blood at clinics to rule out or diagnose medical conditions. Some phlebotomists work at blood banks and are tasked with keeping blood donors safe, comfortable, and entertained while donating vital fluids to save lives.
First, the Basic Phlebotomy program will emphasize the skills necessary to correctly draw blood specimens. Secondly, you will learn how to properly handle clinical laboratory testing samples. Lastly, we will cover issues dealing with patient contact, medical ethics, and legal issues. In less than a month, you will be certified and ready to work. Enroll today to start a journey that will lead to a lifetime career where you really make a difference.
Pawhuska Program Schedule
|Program Dates||Program Days||Program Time|
|6.1.21 – 6.28.21||Monday & Tuesday||4:00pm – 9:00pm|
|40 Total Hours||Refund Policy||Student Resources|
Tri County Tech is partnering with the State of Oklahoma to offer the Skills to Rebuild Initiative. This is designed to help revive Oklahoma’s economy amid the COVID crisis. This program and many others are FREE* during the 2020-2021 school year. Why? Above all, so more Oklahomans can find great jobs!
* The Skills to Rebuild Scholarship is for Oklahoma residents only. It will be awarded to Tri County Tech students enrolled in a Flex or Fast Track program. This is for the 2020-2021 school year. It is contingent upon the successful completion of the training or program. Students who drop out during the first two weeks will be responsible for 50% of the tuition and the Accuplacer assessment. Students who drop out after the second week will be responsible for 100% of the tuition and the Accuplacer assessment.
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Our Fast Track team is here to answer any program questions, class availability, and more. In other words, reach out today with any questions you may have about our Fast Track programs!
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