Do You Want to Become a Certified Phlebotomist?
What you'll learn
- History of Phlebotomy
- Safety in Laboratory
- A& P of Phlebotomy
- Phlebotomy Equipment
- Phlebotomy Techniques
- Challenges in Phlebotomy
- Pediatrics Care
- Specimen Considerations & Special Procedures
- Special Handling
- A desire to learn new skills need to become a successful Phlebotomist!
- You should have time set aside to focus on the lectures and preview the videos.
- You should have a passion for healthcare & caring for others.
- You don't need any healthcare experience.
This course is entirely online for students who are interested in earning their phlebotomy certification. This course also provides students with the option to sit for the national exam through the AMCAA, NHA, or MedCa or National Association of Phlebotomy Technician Professionals after completion of the hands-on training. The national exam must be proctored in the city where the student lives.
What You'll Learn:
History of Phlebotomy Venipuncture Procedure
Safety & Infection Control Specimen Processing
A & P Special Procedures
Equipment & Supplies Quality Assurance
Phlebotomy Techniques Caring for the Pediatrics
Special Procedures Challenges Difficult Draws: How to overcome!
This online course is affiliated, approved, and accredited; it only provides the didactic portion to become a phlebotomist. To become a certified phlebotomist one must obtain an extern or internship. Externship or internship can be obtained at local facilities by students; however, each facility has its own requirements prior to clinical. The only student who successfully passes the course with 75% will be able to take SITTI Certification Exam (fee isn't included) and allow to provide clinical in his/her internship or externship.
Who this course is for:
- phlebotomy, nursing, medical assistant, lab technicians
- nurse assistants, CNA
- beginning medical students
- Pre-Med students
- healthcare students
Yaschica Agoro is founder and director of Selma Innovation Technology Training Institute, LLC, an training, research, and mobile medical exam firm located in Selma, Alabama. Yaschica is a graduate of Army Medical Department Center and School of Fort Sam Houston, TX; a graduate of Faulkner University of Montgomery, AL; an upper-graduate of Walden University of Minneapolis, MN.
She served 10 years as a Medical Specialist in the U.S. Army. She has over 20 years of clinical healthcare experience in civilian and federal organizations. She served as the Chair of Selma University’s Science, Mathematics, and Computer Department. She was developed the College of Allied Health Care in 2008 for Selma University; enrolling over 300 students into the allied health care programs. In 2011, she was invited to Oxford University to present her research on juvenile obesity. After her contract end with Selma University, she established an affordable and accelerated allied health training & research facility to serve Black Belt and surrounding areas.