Must be able to read, write, and speak English fluently. Must be able to read and write at the 8th grade level and do math at the 6th grade level. Must also have access to a computer with internet access. GED or HS Diploma, BCI within the past 6 months. Immunizations not required for enrollment, but required before lab practice and clinical placement.Tuition Includes:
Information for both traditional and online courses
Traditional courses conducted at our Warwick, RI Campus
Seats in the course are awarded on a first-come / first-serve basis based on payment of tuition. A deposit of $100 will hold a seat in the course until 3 weeks prior to course start date. After that date, seats will be assigned to registered students who have paid in full or have a payment arrangement in place. Course withdrawals within 7 days of orientation will result in forfeiture of $100 deposit.
This course follows a weekly format contiguous with our in-person courses at our Warwick, RI Campus. Assigments are due at the end of each week but may be done any time during the week. Online students are permitted to attend in-person course sessions (and orientation session) with the other students if desired. Students may apply online by first creating an acount, and second, enrollign in the course. . Early registration is encouraged to ensure materials are available for you in a timely manner. Course withdrawals within 7 days of orientation will result in forfeiture of $100 deposit.
A clinical rotation is required for the phlebotomy portion course. Over 80% of our students get a job offer from our sites during their clinical rotation. An on-site clinical rotation at our Warwick Campus may be arranged for addtional fee.The clinical for the EKG portion is conducted at the school.
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This Program will result in dual Certification as both a Phlebotomy and EKG Technician. Classes run 3 nights a week 6p to 9p for the first 4-5 weeks of General Medical Studies / EKG and Phlebotomy Core programming run 3 nights a week for 5 weeks each (class night varies). 4-5 week non-class time between modules is used for NHA test prepping and NHA examination,or clinical if applicable. Training is followed by a two week 40/hr week daytime clinical rotation gaurenteed by 911Programs.
General Medical studies is always first, but the order of core training varies each semester. There are only 18 seats available in this course. Your deposit holds seat in course until 4 weeks prior. After tuition deadline date, seats in course will be given out on a first-come, first-serve basis based to those applicants who have paid in full. Immunizations: Students are required to have proof of up to date immunizations. If the student's immunizations do not meet the pre-requisites for clinical entry, it is the student's responsibility to acquire documentation and/or immunizations at his/her own expense.
NOTE: Day classes may be available--please inquire :)
Module 1: GMS--Handout Binder Provided for this module.
Module 2/3: Phlebotomy Essentials-- 6th edition By Ruth E. McCall, Cathee M. Tankersley - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Module 2/3: Electrocardiography for Healhcare Professionals, 4th Edition By Kathryn Booth, Thomas O'Brien
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