PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN I

EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY

To conduct medical education in  the context of service to
medical personnel as well as the general public so as to train
persons to provide this service with skill and competence to
this and other underserved populations.

The Phlebotomist's primary role is to collect blood for
accurate and reliable test results as quickly as possible.  
Medical diagnosis depends heavily on safe and accurate
blood test.  The Phlebotomist is trained to perform such test
in a manor that is safe for both him/her and the patient.  The
Phlebotomist will be hired to perform his/her skills in
laboratories, clinics, doctor's offices, hospitals, and mobile
labs.  You will work in close proximity with other health care
providers.


OVERVIEW

Allied Professional Institute, an approved private
postsecondary school with the state of California and
approved through the Department of Health and Human
Services, Laboratory Field Services Branch, offers a 20, 40,
and 80 hour course in phlebotomy.  40 hours didactic and 40
hours practical.  This course is for persons with less than 1040
hours  of on the job experience or no experience.  The
student must perform 50 venipunctures and 10 skin punctures
on patients of all ages and weight categories.  The 40 hour
didactic course is for Medical Assistants with less than 5
years of phlebotomy experience or more than 1040 hours of
on-the-job experience.  The individual will receive lectures in
preparation for the up coming licensing exam required by the
State of California.

The 20 hour Advance course is for persons with 1040 hours or
more of on-the-job experience, 6 months of paid phlebotomy
experience,  or volunteer phlebotomy experience and have
performed a minimum of 50 venipunctures and 10 skin
punctures on patients of all ages and weight categories over
the past 5 years or have been working as a phlebotomist.

The student will receive a certificate of completion upon
successfully passing the course and will be eligible to take
national exam. Once the student passes the National exam,
which we give once a month, they can apply to the State of
California for their Certified Phlebotomy Technician 1
certification.

TEXTBOOK IS INCLUDED

SCRUBS ( ANY COLOR) AND TENNIS SHOES (ANY
COLOR) MUST BE WORN ON THE FIRST 2 DAYS OF
CLASS AND TO THE EXTERNSHIP

PHLEBOTOMY TECH I (with no experience) DATES: May  4, 5,
1
1, 12 & 18, 2019

ADVANCED COURSE DATES:  
May 11, 12 & 18, 2019
(For those with phlebotomy experience)

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DATES FOR MORE DATES.

STUDENTS TAKING THE PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN I
COURSE WITH NO EXPERIENCE MUST BE ABLE TO DO ONE
WEEK FOR THEIR EXTERNSHIP.  WE PROVIDE THE
EXTERNSHIP.  IF YOU HAVE YOUR OWN EXTERNSHIP SITE IT
MUST BE APPROVED THROUGH THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR SCRUBS (any Color) AND
TENNIS SHOES (any color) IN THE CLINIC.

MEDICAL ASSISTANTS ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE THE BASIC
OR ADVANCE COURSE DEPENDING ON HOW MANY YEARS
OF EXPERIENCE YOU HAVE HAD.   FOR THOSE WHO HAVE
WORKED IN A DOCTORS OFFICE AND DREW BLOOD IN THE
PAST 5 YEARS MUST HAVE A COPY OF THE "CALIFORNIA
STATEMENT OF PHLEBOTOMY EXPERIENCE" SIGNED BY
THE DOCTOR AND MAIL WITH THE REGISTRATION FORM OR
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO BRING IT INTO THE OFFICE..


FOREIGN TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE EVALUATED BY “Current
Members” of the National Association of Credential
Evaluation Services (NACES), and “Endorsed Members” of
the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc.
(AICE).      Website:  www.naces.org


NATIONAL EXAM IS GIVEN ONCE A MONTH AT OUR
FACILITY.  
ALLIED PROFESSIONAL
INSTITUTE
Allied Professional Institute, First Aid Instruction, Long Beach, CA