Phlebotomy Classes here at PCT

Phlebotomy Career Training is located at 28050 Ford Road
Garden City, Michigan 48135
Telephone: 734-762-3220
Fax: 734-762-1718

Phlebotomy Technician Program
Courses will run every 10 weeks unless otherwise stated

Phlebotomy Technician Course Cost: $500.00 Limited time only, also includes National Exam through the NAPTP, along with clinical Laboratory assistant, IV Certification + 100 blood draws and FREE 80 hospital externship for those who qualify!

This is a New program intended for those students who seek to work as a hospital trained phlebotomist.

Never before has Phlebotomy Career Training offered such a extensive and affordable course.  This course comes with 5 certifications; IV Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, IV National Exam, Clinical Laboratory Assistant, National Phlebotomy Exam.  This is a very intensive training course taught by professionals. Job assistance is available and externships will be offered through the Beaumont Hospital system for those who excel in their professionalism and academic performance at no charge. Books will be provided to students on loan and must be returned at the end of class. Students will attend class once per week for 6 weeks.  Class duration will be 5 hours. Students will complete 100 draws

All Basic Phlebotomy Courses must teach the following:

Scope of Practice

Code of Ethics

Medical Aseptic technique/sterile

Vein anatomy

PRP and PRF preparation for Dental and Cosmetic Clinics, using cold centrifugation

5 rights of patient identification

pre-analytical variables

Needle gauge identification

Bacteriology (gram neg vs gram pos)

Art of venipuncture, using 21g, 22g, 23g needles and butterfly needles

Microbiology techniques

Specimen processing

Phamacological Peak/Trough levels and half life of drugs ( drug concentration graphs)

Blood typing

Immunology/serology

Coagulation cascade

Hematopoietic system (origin of blood components and cell differentiation)

Urine Chemistry (drug screening, identification of urine isolates)

Isolation techniques for communicable diseases

Vein Isolation/hematological tests associated with neonates, elderly and immune compromised patients.

Order of draw

This is a 10 week course which prepares the students to work immediately after training as a phlebotomist/phlebotomy technician. The course meets one day per week for 6 weeks of classroom/hands on clinical practice and lecture for 5.5 hours. From week 4 to week 10 students may come to our blood draw days where they can bring family and friends. The days of the week for blood draws are on Monday’s and Wednesday at 2pm and alternating Tuesdays’s and Thursday’s at 2Pm. During blood draw days each student is supervised by a Phlebotomist/RN/FNP. There is a no longer a fee per each blood draw to cover the bio-hazard sharps disposal fees and supplies.  All 100 Draws are FREE!  Students are eligible to take the ASCP upon completion of the course.  If students do not have anyone that they can bring on family and friends day, we strongly urge them to come anyway and instructors will try to pair them up with other students who do not have volunteers. Phlebotomy students will be practicing on real anatomical replicas of arms molded from real people made exclusively for Phlebotomy Career Training by Hollywood FX company which makes props for many popular movies supplies fake blood.  Our students are given 1 on 1 instruction by professionals. Class sizes are small ranging from 3 to 9 people. Student will be given login access to all course modules online to complete their homework weekly. Handouts will also be provided in class to each student. All of our instructors have been with phlebotomy career training since it opening in 2009 and are also all full-time phlebotomists at local hospitals. Upon successful completion of the class and 100 blood draws, The students will learn how to process lab specimens and perform point of care testing such as pregnancy tests, HIV tests, Micro-hematocrit, Blood sugar testing, drug screens, thyroid testing and much more in order to help student gain employment as a phlebotomist/lab assistant.

Phlebotomy Career Training is a licensed proprietary school in the State of MI. The American Medical Certification Association and the National Center for Competency Testing as well as the NHA and the NAPTP have accredited PCT’s phlebotomy program of instruction. For those students who wish to further their education in phlebotomy, we also offer clinical rotations throughout the state of MI. for phlebotomy externships, where students will complete 100-150 blood draws with the opportunity of working at the location upon being offered an interview. Please call our offices to inquire more about our courses at 734-762-3220 option 1, or email us at phlebotomycareertraining@gmail.com.

Why Choose a career as a  Phlebotomy Technician at Phlebotomy Career Training?

Our graduates become leaders in the field of phlebotomy and are more aware of infection control guidelines using the new sterile technique taught by Professor Kimmel.

A Certificate for Phlebotomy Technician is awarded to our graduate students by our school which is licensed by the State of Michigan.  Student’s may also take the, NHA, AMCA or NCCT phlebotomy exams upon completion of 30 blood draws.  If students choose to do an externship throug one of our local hospital affiliates then they may also take the ASCP upon successful completion of their 100 draw externship.

OUR STUDENTS GET JOBS!

We are pleased to announce that we have placed over 95% of all students in their clinical externships.  Also are students have been hired at many of the dialysis clinics, hospitals and blood banks.  PCT helps students with their resumes and provide students with job leads.  Many hospitals and agencies come to our school and recruit our students right from the classroom.

Individuals with skill in accurately obtaining blood samples and assessing patients health are in high demand in hospitals, clinics, physician’s offices, blood banks and research facilities. The median pay for a full-time phlebotomists in the United States (accounting for all experience ranges) averaged $28,264 in April 2017. SalaryCom. According to a recent survey conducted on February 1, 2010 by the web site Indeed.com, the average salary for job listings for a Phlebotomist by local Michigan health care facilities was $37,000.

Enrollment. Students may enroll by appearing at the Institution facility and filling in an enrollment application. Enrollment is on a first come, first serve basis. Students may register for classes at any time during normal business hours. Enrollment for Course classes will be closed no less than 30 minutes before the starting time of the first class of the Program course in which the student is enrolling. Student applications are subject to review and approval by the Institution. There is limited seating capacity, so students are encouraged to enroll early.

Entrance Requirements for the Phlebotomy Technician Program
Enrollment in this program requires a high school diploma or GED, and each student must pass a criminal background check conducted by Phlebotomy Career Training (the Institution) at the students expense. Some patient care experience is preferred but is not required. Students must be able to have good communication and memorization skills, think under pressure and have a compassionate nature. By the first ofweek of classes, students are required to have their immunization titers on file for MMR and Chicken pox as well as their TB tests. No credit is given for previous education or training.

Entrance Requirements

Students are required to have all immunizations up to date and bring in proof of immunization records. Students are required to have a negative TB test and state wide background check on file by the first day week of class. No experience is required/ Students should have a caring and compassionate nature. No credit is given for previous education or training.

Program Schedule
The Programs are conducted in intensive 10-week sessions. Students should be prepared to devote their full time (or nearly full time) to attending a Program during the 10 week period. We also have weekend classes.   Our flexible hours include day classes whcih meet one time per week for 4 hours of intensive hands on training, evening classes from 3-7 pm and Saturday classes from 8-12 noon.  We encourage those interested to call and get more information at 734-762-3220- #1 or 313-826-2381