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Phlebotomy Technician Training

Ready made course to prepare your students to become proficient phlebotomists.

Available For:

Nation-wide use

Course Overview

Prepare your students to become phlebotomists. This course provides the environment, digital curriculum, and content necessary for your students to excel as proficient and caring phlebotomists.

Skills that your students will learn include understanding legal and ethical rightsinfection recognition and prevention, systems of the body including the cardiovascular system, and much more. The integration of the skills and knowledge they will obtain in this online health care training, under the supervision of your primary instructor (PI), will confidently prepare them for an exciting career as a phlebotomist technician.

What's Included


Expertly crafted modules




Content Engagements


Quizzes and Tests



Course Detail

Additional Course Details

Module 2 – Phlebotomy Laws, Regulations, and Ethics

Students will learn about the role the phlebotomist plays as a direct provider of service for patients, and will be made aware of the moral and legal requirements of the profession. Topics Included Cover:

  • Defining and Discussing the Terms ‘Law’ and ‘Ethics’
  • Identifying Terms Related to HIPAA
  • Understanding the Impact of HIPAA Violations
  • Describing the CLIA and their Goals
  • Explain Impact of Abuse, Neglect and Other Related Acts Toward Patients
  • Understanding Patient Rights

Module 6 – The Human Body

Students will learn the basic aspects of how the human body functions. Topics Included Cover:

  • Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, and Nervous Systems
  • Respiratory, Urinary, and Gastrointestinal Systems
  • Endocrine, Reproductive, Immune, and Lymphatic Systems

Module 7 – The Circulatory System

Students will thoroughly examine and understand the details of the circulatory system. Topics Included Cover:

  • Blood Components
  • ABO/Rh Factor
  • Arteries, Veins, and Capillaries
  • Hemeostasis

Module 8 – Specimen Collection

Students will learn the processes and procedures necessary to function as a Phlebotomy Technician. Topics Included Cover:

  • Understanding Venipuncture and Capillary Terms and Types
  • Identifying Different Blood Specimen Collection Systems
  • Color Coding Practices and Order of Draw for Specimens
  • Proper Identification, Preparation, and Handling Procedures

Module 9 – Venipuncture Collection

Students will begin to understand the process of collecting specimens via venipuncture. Topics Included Cover:

  • Defining Venipuncture
  • Describing Common Equipment Used in Venipuncture Preparation and Practice
  • Identifying Techniques for Proper Needle Placement
  • Understanding and Practicing Procedures for Routine Venipuncture
  • Understanding and Practicing Techniques for Non-Routine Venipuncture Collections
  • Safe Handling Processes and Procedures

Module 10 – Dermal Collection

Students will continue to explore collection draws, and focus on capillary (dermal) technique and practice. Included Topics Covered:

  • Defining Capillary Draw
  • Common Equipment Used in Capillary Preparations and Practice
  • Identifying Techniques for Proper Needle Placement
  • Understanding and Practicing Procedures for Routine Capillary Draw
  • Understanding and Practicing Techniques for Non-Routine Capillary Collections
  • Safe Handling Processes and Procedures

Module 11 – Other (Non-blood) Specimens

Students will learn other specimen collection routines and scenarios, outside of blood drawing. Included Topics Covered:

  • Different Types of Non-blood Specimen Collections
  • Describing Common Equipment Used in Non-blood Preparations and Practice
  • Identifying Techniques for Proper Collections
  • Understanding and Practicing Procedures for Routine Non-blood Specimen Collection
  • Understanding and Practicing Techniques for Non-Routine Non-blood Collections

Module 3 – Communication with the Healthcare Environment

Students will learn about the importance communication plays in the work environment. Students will also work to identify certain barriers and will learn common medical terms necessary in their role as a phlebotomist. Topics Included Cover:

  • Various Federal and State Laws Governing Pharmacy Practice
  • Understanding the FDA Process for Drug Approvals and Recalls
  • How Professional Standards are Used as Guidance for the Practice of Pharmacy
  • Ethics and Ethical Principles and How they are Related to Pharmacy

Module 4 – Infection Control

Students will learn how to take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of infection, by recognizing the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of a possible event. Topics Included Cover:

  • The Language and Key Terms of Infection Prevention and Control
  • The Chain of Infection
  • Standard Precautions
  • Hand Hygiene and When to Wash Hands
  • Understanding and Describing PPE and its Usage
  • Transmission-based Precautions
  • Pathogens, Standards, and Blood Borne Diseases
  • The Guidelines for Handling Equipment and Specimens

Module 5 – Safety Measures

Students will learn how important safety is to creating successful outcomes, and how to work to ensure their environment is rendered safe. Topics Included Cover:

  • OSHA’s Categories of Common Hazards as well as Regulations Governing Safety
  • Understanding Components of the Safety Data Sheet
  • Common Hazards and Protection Methods

Module 1 – Phlebotomy Technician as a Professional

Students will learn about the various healthcare settings, and the role of the phlebotomist in these environments. Topics Included Cover:

  • Understanding the Healthcare System
  • Recognizing the Healthcare Team
  • Exploring the Role of the Phlebotomist

Orientation Module

A customizable overview module that introduces the class to the course. This module includes and details the following:

  • Class Syllabus

  • The NEO Learning Management System

  • Discussion Posts

  • Recommended Ways of Communicating and Netiquette

  • How to Create a Reflection Journal, aka a 'Dream Book'

  • Course Requirements

Additional Course Detail

Course Availability

This course currently is offered nationally.

Course Design

This course can be completed entirely online, or integrated into your health training center or school as an online hybrid course to complement your practical requirements. 

Recommended Required Materials

Readings and activities for the course are in different formats such as online articles, PDF's, videos as well as readings. All of which is embedded in this course. However, the recommended required textbook for this course is Hartman’s Complete Guide for the EKG Technician by Wilma Lynne Clarke, EdD, RN, which is not included.

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The courses provided ​by TJOLV are developed in collaboration between teachers and practitioners, and are created to help your school expand and improve its offering quickly, effectively and at an affordable cost.

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