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Our Phlebotomy Training & Certification program will prepare you with everything you need to know to work in the field of Phlebotomy!

  • High national exam pass rate – over 92%!

What Our Phlebotomy Classes Offer

The National Phlebotomy Class that we offer in 7 states and 21 locations will help you learn everything you need to know to work in the field of phlebotomy. The 32-80 hour course will prepare you to pass the national exam (currently we have the highest national exam pass rate at 92%). During the course you will have the opportunity to have hands on training with our specialists as well as the opportunity to get VeinViewer™ Certified!

Even if you have never held a needle we can help you get the experience you need to pass the national exam and feel comfortable performing blood draws.

Other Benefits:

  • Flexible payment plans!
  • Highest National Exam Pass rate! – Over 92%+
  • Become a Certified Phlebotomist in 32-80 hours! *Depending on state
  • Use the state of the art VeinViewer™ to quickly learn the anatomy!
  • Aggressive hands on training in class!
  • Excellent job opportunities, income, and growth potential!

Logan Phlebotomy Class Structure

32-Hour National Class – Phlebotomist Training

  • Class Tuition$495
  • National Exam Fee$100
  • Total for Tuition & Exam Fee$595

$100 deposit required to guarantee your seat in the class of your choice.

National Evening – 6pm to 10pm – Mondays & Wednesdays** – 8 classes total
**In November & December the PM classes run Monday – Thursday for 2 weeks to avoid Holiday conflicts.

National Weekend – 8am to 4:30pm – Saturdays – 4 classes total

IV COURSES EKG COURSESCurrent Phlebotomy Jobs in Utah! *Compiled from various websites weekly

Logan Location

1300 North 200 East
Suite 114F
Logan, Utah 84341GET DIRECTIONSMEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS

National vs. Standard Phlebotomy Classes

In Utah and Idaho, we offer 2 different class types: the 32-Hour National Class and the 12-Hour Standard Class. We highly recommend the National Class for the ultimate experience in Phlebotomy; the standard class is meant for individuals who need Pre-Med or Pre-Nursing school hours to add to their applications or for individuals who may have been previously trained and are uncomfortable with the procedure.

If you finish the standard class and desire further training, you can always upgrade to the National Class by simply paying the difference of the two course prices.

SEE 12-HOUR STANDARD CLASSES LEARN MORE

Course Times To Fit Your Schedule

With Phlebotomy Training Specialists you can become a Certified Phlebotomist fast.

Phlebotomy Training Specialists offers Daytime, Evening and Weekend classes to fit any schedule. All of our classes
are designed to get you trained with the skills and knowledge needed to enter into the workforce as quickly as possible.

 Evening Courses

Starting on: 09/03/20

Dates: September 3, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28, October 1
Day(s) of Week: Mon, Thu
Time: 6:00pm-10:00pmSelect Course

 Weekend Courses

Starting on: 08/08/20

Dates: August 8, 15, 22, 29
Day(s) of Week: Sat
Time: 8:00am-4:30pmSelect Course


Phlebotomy in Logan, Utah

Phlebotomy in Logan, Utah

Phlebotomy in Logan, Utah is rapidly becoming a popular career choice. Phlebotomy is a great skill to learn and the career outlook is great. Students both young and mature are seeking out classes to get started. Here are some stats about Utah supporting why becoming a phlebotomist in Utah is a good path:

  1. Utah ranks #2 for the highest percentage of adults with either an Associate’s degree or college experience, so training and education are important for employers.
  2. Utah also boasts a fairly low unemployment rate of 3.1% as of August 2018, so getting some job training like phlebotomy is essential to obtaining gainful employment.
  3. In the Logan, Utah area, about 2.8% of total employment belongs to Healthcare Support roles like phlebotomists, according to the Bureau of Labor as of May 2017.
  4. Between Indeed.comgetphlebotomyjobs.com, and ihiremedtechs.com, there are currently 494 phlebotomy jobs that need to be filled in the state of Utah.
  5. The mean average salary for Phlebotomists in the Logan, Utah area as of May 2017 was $13.96/hr, compared to a national average of $16.69/hr. However, salary depends on the company hiring, with some places paying $12.56/hr, while there are other companies paying upwards of $20.52/hr. in the Logan area.

Now that the baby boomer generation has flooded the medical system, phlebotomists are in great demand. The career outlook is bright for phlebotomy in Logan and it’s also a great start for those interested in pursuing further interests in the medical field like nursing.

Q WHAT IS PHLEBOTOMY?

Phlebotomy literally means “to cut a vein” in Greek. It is the process of making an incision (we call it a puncture) in a vein for the purpose of collecting blood. A person who performs phlebotomy is termed a Phlebotomist.

Q WHAT ARE THE CLASS TIMES AND SCHEDULES?

Choose a location to see the class times and schedule in your city

Q WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?

We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. We have flexible payment plans as well!

Q WHAT IF I DON'T LIKE TO HAVE MY OWN BLOOD DRAWN?

We advise you to participate in having your blood drawn in order to understand what others experience, when you draw their blood. Instead of declining to participate at all, you may just limit the number of times you have your own blood drawn. We adhere to the practice of “I stick you, you stick me."

Q DO YOU DO JOB PLACEMENT?

We do not offer job placement; however, you will receive exceptional training to help you get a job. During the course, we will specifically cover how and where to look for jobs. We offer help quick help with resumes, resources on finding current phlebotomy positions and we pass along any live leads that we are aware of.

Q AM I ABLE TO MISS CLASS?

Because the class is so short, every class period contains vital information. You will need to be in attendance for each class. If any unforeseen circumstances occur we will work with you to make that up as quickly as possible.

Q WHAT ARE THE PREREQUISITES?

In most states, a High School diploma or equivalency is the minimum requirement. Our National class is tailored to meet most individual needs. Our courses consistently turn out amazing phlebotomists, most of whom started the program with no prior medical knowledge or experience.

Q WHAT IS THE VEINVIEWER™?

The VeinViewer™ utilizes Active Vascular Imaging Navigation technology (AVIN) to see through a patients skin, and provide you a real time digital map of their vessels. Phlebotomy Training Specialists is the only school in the United States to make the financial commitment to students to be able to utilize this extremely expensive VeinViewer™ equipment in the classroom setting.

Q MAY I ENROLL AT ANY TIME?

You can enroll up to 3 months prior to the start of class, however once the first class has begun registration will close.

Q HOW DO I RENEW MY PHLEBOTOMY CERTIFICATE?

California students; if you wish to renew your national phlebotomy certification you will need to contact the certifying body…in all cases in California, this will be done through the NHA or the NCCT. You can reach them at the following numbers. NHA – 800-499-9092 – NCCT – 800-875-4404. The state of CA does not require you to renew your certification in order to renew your phlebotomy license.

The renewal of your CA issued state phlebotomy license, which is required by the state of CA, is done through the California Department of Public Health, Laboratory Field Services. Questions regarding this process should be directed to LFS through www.cdph.ca.gov or by calling 916-558-1784.

Students outside of California; students outside of CA will have received their national phlebotomy certification through the NHA, NCCT or the NAPT.

The information for the NHA and NCCT is above, the information for the NAPT is as follows. Phone – 866-856-6082 or info@nationalphlebotomycert.com

Please reach out to the certifying agency who issued your certification if you would like to renew.

Q WHAT CERTIFYING BODIES DO YOU USE?

NHA, NCCT, NAPT; certification body varies by employment requirements and location.

Q IS A CLINICAL EXTERNSHIP REQUIRED?

In the state of California, yes, as it is required by the state. Additional information will be given to you in class regarding this process.

Outside of CA, students are not required to complete a clinical externship. Our training program is built to combine the classroom and clinical experience in one. We offer the opportunity for our students to return, for the life of our program to get any additional practice wanted, for free.

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