The objective of the Phlebotomy program is to provide the proper training in which a student can acquire satisfactory skills and demonstrate competency in Phlebotomy. This includes, but not limited to: understanding Anatomy and Physiology, infectious diseases and prevention, equipment identification and use, proper procedures for venipuncture, special collection procedure, compilation and treatment, interpersonal communication and professionalism. Upon successful completion, the student will be qualified to obtain an entry-level position as a Phlebotomist. The program will comprise a total of 60 hours of Didactic, Laboratory & Clinical instruction. The instructors of the program will divide appropriate hours among hands on practice and theory learning through the course.
Gain a distinct career advantage when you enroll in The Liberty Institute’s Phlebotomy Class. Complete your training in as little as 3 weeks. Day, evening, and weekend classes available.
Do you like a challenge and work well under pressure? Are you a good communicator who enjoys helping others?
Phlebotomy Technicians are in demand. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of clinical lab workers—including Phlebotomy Techs—is expected to grow as the volume of laboratory tests increases due to population growth, the aging population and the development of new types of tests.
Our Phlebotomy Technician Class is your foundation for your career as a Phlebotomist. We offer hands-on training at a local NJ healthcare facility, in addition to classroom instruction. The Institute prepares Phlebotomists to work in any medical setting: hospitals, laboratories, doctors’ offices, home health agencies, research clinics, blood banks and more.
Commonly Asked Questions
What is a Phlebotomy Technician?
A Phlebotomy Technician (also called a Phlebotomist, Blood Drawer) is an integral member of any health care team. The primary function of the Phlebotomy Tech is to collect blood samples from patients via venipuncture or microtechniques. The Phlebotomy Tech facilitates the collection and transportation of laboratory specimens and is often the patient’s only contact with the medical lab. A Phlebotomy Technician also draws blood for transfusions, donations and research.
Phlebotomy Technicians must be responsible and enjoy a challenge. They must also be accurate, work well under pressure and communicate effectively. They are required to practice discretion and confidentiality at all times. To meet their patients’ needs, they must have strong interpersonal skills and be able to stay calm in stressful situations.
What does a Phlebotomy Technician do?
Duties performed by a Phlebotomy Tech differ according to the needs of different medical facilities, but here is a list of typical duties:
Draw blood from patients or donors
Assemble equipment (such as needles, blood collection devices, gauze, tourniquet, cotton, and alcohol)
Verify or record identity of patient or donor
Converse with patients to alleviate fear of procedure
Apply tourniquet to arm, locate vein, swab area with disinfectant, and insert needle into vein to draw blood into collection tube
Label and store blood container for processing
Conduct interviews, take vital signs and test blood samples to screen donors at a blood bank
Analyze information and make appropriate recommendations