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Published on 22 September 2012 by in

Modern facility and a well equipped clinic Friendly and welcoming staff Qualified and experienced trainers/lecturers Central location Convenient weekend AM/PM schedule – no need to take a day off work or study. Small number of students Well priced – one of the cheapest in the market

 
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Core topics

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

Following is a summary of core topics covered in the course Introduction to Phlebotomy. Infection Control and Health & Safety Medical Terminology Human Anatomy and Physiology The circulatory system structure and function Veins site selections, good and bad veins Blood collection equipment Needle stick injury Methods of blood collection Dermal Puncture Complications, risks and legal

 
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Suitability/audience

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

Simply ask yourself: Is this job for me? Ask yourself – do I have… : … the ability to demonstrate flexibility for work, including shifts and additional hours? … communication skills with the ability to communicate orally and in writing, directly as well as via telephone … the ability to interact with individuals and groups

 
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Times/Dates

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

The course is run on Saturdays at specific dates. It starts at 10:00 and ends at around 17:00 with two fifteen minutes coffee breaks and an hour-long lunch break. Once you have booked the course, a full and detailed programme will be emailed or sent to you along with a short questionnaire for you to

 
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Fees

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

The full day competency course will cost £450 including: Course material, Certificate of competency Placement in NHS clinic (One session) Refreshments For our cancellation policy and methods of payment please click here It’s one of the cheapest in the market!

 
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Certification

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

There are no formal requirements for phlebotomy training as there are no governing bodies in the UK. However, NHS trusts came up with guidelines and framework for competency that we follow in our course. What you get at the end of the course is a certificate of attendance/completion. With the certificate of attendance/completion, you will

 
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Competency

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

Clinica have developed an entry level competency training course, in accordance with NHS CHS 132 to obtain venous blood sample 17 Criteria The course is designed to allow trainees to gain the necessary phlebotomy knowledge and understanding as well as gaining practical skills.     At the end of the course trainees will be awarded

 
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Booking

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

To book the competency course, follow this link and it will take you to the simple step by step booking procedure. (link)

 
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Any further questions?

Published on 22 September 2012 by in

Please check our FAQ section by clicking here Or Contact us by following this link: (link)

 
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1) Do I have to have any experience to be able to take the course?

Published on 8 September 2012 by in

Absolutely none! However, you do need to practice the knowledge and technique you have learnt in real life. In our course we will guide you towards obtaining competency.

 
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