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with Kenneth Markovits
This program is designed to develop basic phlebotomy skills for blood collection and safe handling. Are you a currently employed health care professional interested in expanding your skill set? Students will learn proper technique and order of draw for venipuncture, using a variety of collection methods (syringes, vacutainers and butterfly needle). Student will also learn proper techniques for collecting blood specimens using finger and heel sticks. Students will have lab time to practice their skills on other students in a mock laboratory setting. This is a hybrid course. The theory portion is delivered online, which includes the 7 hours of HIV/AIDS training required by the State of Washington. Lab times will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00 - 7:00 pm in Building 21, Room 227
This is a basic skills course for health care professionals currently employed in the field. There is no clinical component included in this course.
Course Fee - $620
Beginning October 2017, the course fee will include a supply kit required for the course. The cost of the textbook varies (used, new, or rent) excluded. The full fee or verification of third-party payment is required at registration. Contact the Continuing Education office for information regarding financial assistance.
Sessions for Fall and Winter 2017-18
- October 2 - November 3, 2017
- November 6 - December 8, 2017
- January 8 - February 9, 2018
- February 12 - March 16, 2018
Steps to Register
Pre-registration with Workforce Development Office is the first step in registering for the Phlebotomy Program (Phleb 120) at Clover Park Technical College. The instructor's permisson is required to complete registration with Enrollment Services. Payment is required at registration. Seats will not be guaranteed without full payment or verification of third-party payment.
- Attendance at a regularly scheduled information session is required to obtain instructor's signed permission to register. Information sessions are held Lakewood campus, Building 21, Room 227.
- At least three months of work experience and/or formal training in a healthcare field. Students must provide documentation of work or training in the first week of class.