PHLEBOTOMY SCHOOL

Learn from the professionals that draw blood every day! The Express Lab Phlebotomy School is an inexpensive and condensed curriculum designed to educate future or existing health care professionals.

This fun and exciting class helps CNAs, MAs or those entering into the nursing profession get a head start in phlebotomy. The class is designed to teach proper technique and help inexperienced health care professionals get over the fear of drawing blood. Gain confidence through demonstrations and hands on experience at an actual laboratory. The class setting is small with significant one-on-one attention.

Patients always remember a bad blood draw and anyone can “poke” a patient. Through the skills taught in this class phlebotomy skills will transition to a more positive experience for patients!

Basic Information

Christine Funke, BSHS

Classes are taught by Christine Funke, who is one of the most experienced phlebotomists in the area. Christine has worked as a phlebotomist since 2010 and has extensive experience as an on-site and traveling phlebotomist assisting in a variety of locations such as nursing homes.
Christine is IV trained and when not doing blood draws or teaching phlebotomy, she works in lab processing and in clinical research.

Course Curriculum

Week #1

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Practice: tourniquet placement and locating veins

Please complete Chapter Review 1&2 prior to next class

Week #2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Preparing for a venipuncture procedure

Observe: venipuncture technique

Practice: blood draws

Please complete Chapter Review 3&4 prior to next class

Week #3

Chapter 5

Practice: blood draws

Please complete Chapter Review 5 prior to next class

Week #4

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Practice: blood draws

**Make sure you have answers to Chapter Review 6&7 prior to leaving class

Week #5

Practice: blood draws

Week #6

Practical and Written Exams

Code of Ethics

In accordance with the standards of the Beginning Phlebotomy School, our policy is to operate legally and ethically while treating our students with dignity and respect. This code will be reviewed periodically and revised as necessary to meet regulatory requirements that may arise from resolution of ethical issues.

The Beginning Phlebotomy School employs a variety of individuals who are credentialed and have agreed to comply with the school’s standards.

We ensure appropriate treatment of students regardless of race, gender, age, religion, national origin, disability, or sexual preference.

Curriculum Policy

The purpose of this course is designed to teach the basics of phlebotomy as well as meet the requirements for the State of Idaho to work as a phlebotomist in the State of Idaho. This school provides students with enough training to be hired in most physician offices and hospitals.
Students will learn from written curriculum as well as hands on experience to properly collect and handle blood samples. Principles of safety for students and patients will be taught.

This school does not offer National Credentialing and students will not be certified when completing this course. Students will be given a “Course Completion Certificate” at the end of successfully completing the class and passing the final exams.

Certificates will be mailed to the students within 2 weeks of the course completion.

Student Admission Policy

Students registering for the RMDC Beginning Phlebotomy Class shall be subject to the following admissions policies:

  1. Students must be 18 years of age or older and have a High School Diploma or GED or, be in the process of actively completing their High School Diploma or GED.
  2. Students are required to fill out a registration form that is available at Rocky Mountain Diabetes, 3910 Washington Parkway, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404. Registration forms may also be sent to students via email, fax, or mail upon request.
  3. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis. If the course is full, student’s name and contact information will be put on a waiting list and contacted when the next class will be available.
  4. Payment for the Beginning Phlebotomy Class must accompany the registration form and be submitted before the first week of the course.
  5. Payment for the Beginning Phlebotomy Class must be paid in full at the time of registration. Refunds will be issued in full if requested by the student before or after the first week of the class. After the first week, no refund requests will be allowed or processed unless approved by the management of the school.
  6. RMDC reserves the right to refuse admission to any student.

Phlebotomy School Sign-up

To inquire or sign-up for phlebotomy school, please call 208-529-8330 or fill out the form below:

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