Phlebotomy

Phlebotomy

£299.00

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COURSE OVERVIEW: If you are considering pursuing a career in phlebotomy, it is strongly encouraged that you seek an official certification to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician. Phlebotomists are medical professionals trained to draw blood through venipuncture for the purposes of testing, research, donations, and more. By completing an accredited phlebotomy training program, gainful employment in the field of allied healthcare is within arm’s reach. Hospitals, blood banks, and other medical facilities are continuously in need of experienced phlebotomists who carry proper training and certification.

ACCREDITATION: The course is CPD accredited, the UK’s leading accreditors in the beauty industry. This means you will be able to obtain industry insurance and start your new career as soon as you have completed your training in full.

COURSE DURATION: Home study + half day
COURSE COMPONENTS:
– How to prepare the treatment area
– Client suitability
– How to prepare the client for treatment
– How to carry out a client consultation
– Drawing blood techniques
– Sharps disposal
– Equipment use
– Related hygiene, health and safety
– Related anatomy and physiology
– Contra indications
– Contra actions
– Treatment procedures
– After care advice
– Live models
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: NONE
COURSE PRICE: £299 incl. VAT
ADDITIONAL: Pre-course study material supplied
INSURANCE AND LICENSE: It is the student’s responsibility to check and find a reliable Insurance company prior enrolling for any of our training courses, as well to check and confirm with your local Council which ones are the requirements for you to provide treatments for what you have enrolled your training course with us. The White Clinic Dermomedica has no liability in case students can’t be insured or licensed after completion of the training courses, but is able to recommend and guide the student in order to obtain both. Please email us for more info.

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