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Welcome to the Clinical Training Institute!. Your new career starts here. Approved by the State of California’s Laboratory Field Services Department Approved by American Medical Technologist, a nationally accredited organization

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Welcome to the

Clinical Training

Institute!

Your new career

starts here...

what makes cti s phlebotomy training different
Approved by the State of California’s Laboratory Field Services Department

Approved by American Medical Technologist, a nationally accredited organization

Approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (School Code44933174) 

What Makes CTI’s Phlebotomy Training Different?

Our standards are higher!

for more information about phlebotomy training visit http dhs ca gov ps ls lfsb
For more information about Phlebotomy training, visit http://dhs.ca.gov/ps/ls/lfsb/
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Job Market Outlook

An expected 10% - 20% Increase Over the Next Decade

“The fastest growth in this field is expected in independent medical laboratories.”

National Association of Health Professionals

why such rapid growth
“The rapidly growing older population will be a major reason for this growth, since older people tend to have more medical problems that will require lab work.”

National Association of Health Professionals

Why Such Rapid Growth?
cti s training exceeds state certification requirements
State’s

Requirements:

HS Diploma or GED

40 Hours Didactic Training

40 Hours Clinical Training (State Approved Lab)

50 Venipunctures

10 Skin Punctures

Pass a Written Certification Exam From a Nationally Accredited Organization

CTI’s Training Exceeds State Certification Requirements
  • CTI’s Requirements:
  • >>>>>>>HS Diploma
  • >>>>>>>64 Hours Didactic Training
  • >>>>>>>80 Hours Clinical Training

at a State Approved Lab

  • >>>>>>>50 Venipunctures
  • >>>>>>>10 Skin Punctures
  • >>>>>>>Pass a Written

Certification Exam From a

Nationally Accredited

Organization

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Course Content:

  • SKIN PUNCTURE EQUIPMENT AND
  • PROCEDURES
  • SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND
  • POINT-OF-CARE TESTING
  • ARTERIAL PUNCTURE
  • PROCEDURES
  • NON BLOOD SPECIMENS
  • SPECIMEN HANDLING AND
  • PROCESSING
  • HISTORY OF PHLEBOTOMY
  • QUALITY ASSURANCE AND LEGAL ISSUES
  • INFECTION CONTROL, SAFETY AND FIRST AID
  • MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • BLOOD COLLECTION EQUIPMENT
  • SPECIMEN COLLECTION PROCEDURES
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Upon successful completion of the Certified Phlebotomy Technician program, students will:

  • Become familiar with commonly used medical terminology related to phlebotomy
  • Understand the anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system
  • Become aware of the legal issues related to blood collection procedures and patient care.

Your new career

starts here...

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Students will also:

  • Become familiar with blood collection equipment and procedures
  • Be able to successfully obtain blood through various blood collection procedures
  • Understand the procedure for arterial blood collection
  • Become familiar with complications and procedural errors
  • Learn about infection contra, safety and first aid
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Class Hours:

Monday-Thursday 6:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m.

ONE Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

(Student will take final exam and prepare for clinical training)

Program Length 5 Weeks:

Classroom Time-4 Weeks

Lab (Externship 80-120 hours)

how to obtain your certification
ATTEND A PHLEBOTOMY TRAINING PROGRAM THAT HAS BEEN APPROVED BY THE STATE’S LABORATORY FIELD SERVICES DEPARTMENT.

COMPLETE A MINIMUM OF 40 HOURS OF CLINICAL TRAINING AT A STATE APPROVED LAB.

PASS A WRITTEN CERTIFICATION EXAM FROM A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED ORGANIZATION APPROVED BY THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES.

How To Obtain Your Certification
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Once you have passed the accredited certification exam, you must submit the following to the State for certification:

    • The following items are required for certification:
      • High School Transcript or GED
      • CTI Certificate
      • AMT Test Results
      • Proof of Clinical Hours completed
      • $54