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Phlebotomy School

CHOOSING THE BEST PHLEBOTOMY SCHOOL

Choosing a phlebotomy school is an important first step in beginning your career. But how do you know what school is right for you? And what qualities should you look for when comparing schools?

From small class sizes to dedicated instructors, there are a few notable qualities that make some phlebotomy schools stand out from the crowd. Here are some of the top characteristics to look for when selecting the best phlebotomy school for you.

4 Traits of the Best Phlebotomy Schools

Hands-on Learning
As a hands-on career, it is crucial that phlebotomy schools provide students with as much practical learning experiences as possible so that they’re able to develop their technical skills and professional confidence during their training program. Depending on the school, this may include training in the clinical lab or at area externship sites.

Accreditation
Program accreditation not only ensures that a school meets a minimum standard of excellence as determined by a third-party agency, but it also ensures that graduates of the school will be eligible to take the certification exam, a prerequisite for most phlebotomy professionals that leads to greater career opportunities and job security.

Curriculum
Comparing the basic curriculums of the phlebotomy schools you’re considering is a great way to determine which program provides the most thorough instruction and training opportunities. At Jolie, for example, students receive a thorough education in the fundamentals of venipuncture, along with basic communication skills, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology and first aid.

Experienced Instructors
The instructors responsible for training you in phlebotomy will play a large role in the quality of your instruction and your overall success as you move from phlebotomy school into the healthcare field. With this in mind, make sure that the instructors at the school you choose are experienced phlebotomists with plenty of experience in blood collection techniques, including both venipuncture and micro collection. Instructors should also feel a great deal of responsibility towards their students and be dedicated to helping them become the very best allied health professionals.

When comparing schools, you’ll also want to ask questions about exam preparation, student-teacher ratio, graduation rate and student support services to ensure you’re getting the best possible training for your future career. To learn more about the phlebotomy program at Jolie, please contact your nearest campus to schedule a tour and interview with an admissions representative.

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