Phlebotomy (AUMT Course at FAS)
Certified Phlebotomy Technician Course CPT1 Phlebotomy Technicians are in demand as one of the fastest growing occupations in healthcare. Launch your career as a Phlebotomy Technician, collecting blood samples from patients in a hospital, clinical laboratory, medical office, or clinic. Through lectures and hands-on training, learn what you need to know about the circulatory system, venipuncture technique and specimen collection, risk factors and complications, and quality assurance. This course provides a complete learning experience—with 48 hours of classroom instruction and a 40-hour hands-on externship, and prepares you to take the National Certification exam to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician 1 (CPT1). A certificate of completion is awarded upon successful completion of the course. You must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Class hours: Fridays 9:00am – 3:00pm Duration: 8 Weeks Class dates: 08/11//17 – 09/29/17
10/13/17 – 12/15/17 Tuition: $1,900 includes books, supplies, study guides, all class materials, Exam preparation and externship. Payment Plans available. (Tuition does not include required State License fee of $100.00 or the National Certification exam fee of $115.00)
Prereqs and Recommended Prep Courses for Certificate Programs. ESL students welcome.
Oral Communication for Healthcare
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