While you don’t need previous healthcare experience to enroll in a training program, you will need:
- GED or high school diploma
- Picture ID
- Scrubs/ close toe shoes/ notebook/ and something to write with.
- Positive attitude and a willingness to learn
Limited Seating & Registration:
We require students to register before the class begins. A non-refundable Deposit of a $100.00 is required to reserve a seat. You can pay the full tuition of $750.00 by the first day of class.
If the student elects not to attend the class and fails to provide written notification through email or regular mail 10 days prior to the first day of class, the deposit will not be refunded.
You can pay through the PayPal account on the Website. We will accept cashier’s checks, money orders, or cash. Absolutely no personal checks are accepted. Registration is mandatory; class size is limited to the first ten students. This way you receivce more hands on, as well as one on one with the Instructors
Please Note: All cancellations must be made in writing and submitted by email or regular mail.
Text messages and Phone calls will not be accepted.
The student may cancel or reschedule for the next available class, but must give written notice 10 days prior to the 1st day of their scheduled class for a full refund.
Due to the amount of information that needs to be covered in just a few weeks it is extremely important that students are on time and ready for class. If a student is 10 minutes late for class you will not be allowed to attend the scheduled class and will have to reschedule for the next available Training course.
If you are interested in re-certifying as a Phlebotomist we can accommodate you as well. Cost for Re-certification is $300.00 for one week. Skip the class take the written test $150.00
- 1. You’ll need to demonstrate Phlebotomy skills:
- 2. Finger sticks, Butterfly draw of the arm and hand, and a Straight stick.
- 3. Pass the Phlebotomy Certification Exam.
A to Z Phlebotomy LLC Certified Training Course Goal to their students:
Make sure you feel comfortable and confident (believe in yourself) and help guide you through your career path as a Phlebotomist.
Beyond your training and certification, it’s also important that you have the innate skills and traits it takes to become truly successful. To be a good at your new career, you’ll have to have solid communication skills and be patient, kind, cheerful and understanding. You’ll need to have steady hands and be able to stay on your feet for extended periods of time.