Phlebotomy Technician Training Made Easy
Projected National Growth Rate of 22%
The job market for Phlebotomists, also known as Phlebotomy Technicians, has continued increasing demand since 2020. With a national growth rate of 22% by 2030, it remains one of the fastest-growing careers in healthcare. Most Phlebotomy Technician CTE program graduates are certified in other medical fields, like Medical Assistants and Patient Care Technicians.
Thus, their role in drawing quality blood samples from patients/donors and sending samples to medical labs for testing remains critical in supporting health services and laboratories nationwide.
Consider Implementing Kaduceus’ Phlebotomy Technician CTE Program in Your School
Kaduceus designed its Phlebotomy Technician course curriculum to help prepare entry-level Phlebotomists for the healthcare field or to further student education.
Students participating in our Phlebotomy Technician training program gain the knowledge and skills necessary to perform phlebotomy techniques correctly and safely. And overall performance requirements will include mastering a set number of successful venipunctures and finger sticks on live subjects.
So, for whom is this program ideal?
- Students interested in joining the workforce as a certified phlebotomist or medical assistant after graduation
- Those preferring to further their medical careers as:
Ready to discuss adding the Phlebotomy Technician CTE program in your school?
General Overview of Our Phlebotomy Training Program
Kaduceus’ Phlebotomy Technician training program generally offers skills development in performing various blood collection methods on patients of all ages. Subsequent course instruction includes hands-on training and clinical placements, where students learn to develop their skills in venipuncture.