Monthly Archives: February 2014
As phlebotomy training only takes ninety days, you’ll be certified in no time. Once you’re qualified you can serve as a technician, or check out other lab-based positions available. While 90 days isn’t that long, you’ll have to be ready to work hard during your study. Along with finding out how to successfully withdraw blood, you’ll also have to get to grips with lectures and instructions from key medical professionals.
As a soon to be phlebotomist who is preparing to start your classes, it is important to know what you will be learning. Phlebotomy training varies in length; there are some schools that offer fast-tracked phlebotomy classes that last one semester and others that offer courses that last a year. You can expect to take a didactic course (classroom) and a clinical course where you learn the practical aspects of phlebotomy.