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5 Week Phlebotomy Technician Program

The Phlebotomy Technician program is designed for beginners, those students that have no medical background. The CPT course is a comprehensive program that uses a hands-on method. The program will prepare the student for a career in the allied healthcare field of phlebotomy through lecture/discussion and practical phlebotomy.

 

We are committed to protecting our students and faculty.  Especially during this time of the COVID 19 pandemic.  We have established a plan of action to accomplish this goal.
 
CPTC Plan:
 
  • All students and staff must wear a mask at all times while in the building.
  • All class sizes kept to 10 or less including faculty
  • Temps will be taken as you enter- anyone with temp > 100.4 will not be allowed to stay.
  • All interactions ie blood draws, injections, vitals will require gloves, mask and face shield at all times. (Provided by CPTC)
  • All surfaces and equipment disinfected after every use
  • Anyone currently under quarantine will not be allowed to attend class.
  • Anyone that has any COVID 19 symptoms will not be allowed to attend class 
  • Symptoms are defined as having 2 or more of the following:
    • New cough or worsened chronic cough
    • New shortness of breath
    • Body aches
    • Fatigue
    • Nausea or vomiting or diarrhea
    • Sore throat OR congestion

Program Objectives

Upon completion of the program the student will be able to demonstrate competence in the following:

  • Lab Safety
  • OSHA, PPE, Biohazard Waste
  • HIPAA
  • Good Lab Practices
  • Health care provider BLS
  • Proper Phlebotomy Technique
  • Proper Finger Stick Technique
  • Arm Anatomy
  • Veins and Arteries
  • Blood Components
  • Order of Draw
  • Common Testing and Tube Types
  • Body Systems
  • Non-Blood Specimens
  • Patient Care for Adverse Reactions
  • Special Collections
  • Point of Care Testing
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Course Description

Course description

The Phlebotomy program consists of 35 hours of class time.  Class will meet 2 times a week for 5 weeks. One day for 4 hours and a second day for 3 hours.  This program is designed for those students looking to become a phlebotomy technician.

The class time will be split into two portions, lecture and practicum.  The first half of class time will be lecture.  The lecture will cover all aspects of phlebotomy from arm anatomy and blood components to body systems and special collections.  The 2nd half of the class will be designated as practicum or phlebotomy practice time.  During the practicum the students will complete blood draws and finger sticks.  Students will perform these blood draws and finger sticks on each other while under the direct supervision of the instructor.

No blood draw will ever be done without the instructor watching and coaching throughout the entire process.  It is this individual attention that we feel helps the student to hone their skills as a competent phlebotomist. 

The practicum will focus on all of the aspects of the clinical laboratory.  During the practicum  students will learn to properly identify patients and review lab requisitions a wells as how to handle and process laboratory specimens.   Students will learn to use and operate a centrifuge and point of care machines.  

The program also includes a 2 year certification through the American Red Cross in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers in Adult/Child/Infant CPR and AED.  

There will be 3 written quizzes, 1 written final and 1 venipuncture and finger stick final.  The quizzes and final exams are to test the student’s phlebotomy knowledge and clinical phlebotomy skills.  Students must have a grade of “C” 70% or higher to pass the class.

Once the student has successfully completed the Phlebotomy course they will earn a certificate of completion.  Successful completion of the Phlebotomy course meets the eligibility requirements to take the national phlebotomy certification exam through the National Healthcareers Association (NHA). The exam cost is included in the program tuition.

Clock hours:   35

Pre-requisites:  Must meet admission policy requirements.

Fees

Pre-requisites: Must meet admission policy requirements.

Tuition and Fees:

Registration fee.....................$100.00 Paid at time of registration. Non-refundable after 5 days or start of class. 

Payments can be made through our Pay Pal link below.  Just click the link and then enter the amount you wish to pay.

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Study materials......................$68.00               

Laboratory fee……..................$100.00               

*BLS (CPR/AED) Certification...$65.00 

*NHA Certification Exam .........$117.00 (subject to change with NHA cost increases)

Instructional fee....................$825.00             

Total Cost.............................. $1275.00 

*The cost of the BLS(CPR/AED) and Certification exam can be deducted if the student does not need or want certification.

Total projected cost of program at current tuition and fee rates: $1,275.00

All tuition and fees are payable for one quarter, semester or school term only. Payment is due prior to the start of classes each term. Tuition and fee charges are subject to change at the school’s discretion. Any tuition or fee increases will become effective for the school term following student notification of the increase. All tuition and fees must be paid in full for the student to graduate. Any student that is dropped from the program or withdraws is responsible for all tuition and fees according to the refund policy.

All fees and tuition are due on or before the first class. If you are unable to pay the full amount by the 1st day of class CPTC does offer a payment plan option. Any student wishing to use the payment plan option must request and complete a "Letter of Hardship" form. There is an additional 12% finance charge to use the payment plan option.  A $25 late payment charge will be added if the full payment is not received when due. A late charge will be assessed for each late payment.

Payment Plans

If you are unable to pay the full tuition amount by the 1st day of class CPTC does offer a payment plan. Any student wishing to use the payment plan option must request and complete a "Letter of Hardship" form at the time of registration. Email or call CPTC to request a Letter of hardship form info@columbusphlebotomy.com or 614-846-0906. There will be an additional 12% finance charge to use the payment plan option.  The payment plan fee will be split up in equal payments over the 4 weeks of the payment plan.  An additional $25 late payment charge will be added if full payment amount is not received when due. A late charge will be assessed for each late payment.

 Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Total Paid
CPT      
Payment plan  Amount Due $$329.00$329.00$329.00$329.00$0.00$1,316        (not including $100 registration fee)

Acceptable forms of payment:

  • Cash
  • Credit Card (Visa, MC, Discover, Amex)
  • Check (a returned check fee $35 will be added for any returned check)
Clinical Externships

Clinical Externships

 Students are welcome to perform a 20+ hour clinical externship.   Students wishing to participate in a clinical externship must successfully complete a BCI criminal background check, drug screening, and 1 step TB test.  The cost to complete the requirements for the clinical externship will be the sole responsibility of the student. The requirements for the externship must be completed and all documentation submitted by the 4th week of the student’s program. Once all requirements are met and the student has successfully completed the phlebotomy program the externship will be coordinated by CPTC at a local patient draw station.  CPTC does not guarantee placement in a clinical externship.   A clinical externship is optional and is not a requirement to complete the program.

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All of our eligible students can elect to participate in a clinical externship at a number of locations in and around Columbus and Dayton OH 

Job Placement Assistance

CPTC does not guarantee employment for any student. CPTC will assist students in seeking employment with the following:

  • Job Board listing local open phlebotomy positions
  • Resume prep
  • Letter of recommendation
Class Dates and Times

CPTC reserves the right to cancel any class that does not meet class size requirements.  CPTC also reserves the right to update dates and times of any class prior to the start date.

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Phlebotomy Technician Monday & Wednesday Evening Class
Monday 6:00pm-10:00pm / Wednesday 6:00pm-9:00pmComments
Start DateEnd Date Seats 
Monday February 3, 2020 Wednesday March 4, 2020FULL 
Monday June 8, 2020 Wednesday July 8, 2020FULL 
Monday September 14, 2020 Wednesday October 14, 2020Open  
Monday November 23, 2020 Wednesday December 23, 2020Open  
    
Phlebotomy Technician Wednesday & Friday Afternoon Class
Wednesday  12:00pm-4:00pm/ Friday 12:00pm-3:00pm 
Start DateEnd Date Seats 
Wednesday February 12, 2020 Friday March 13, 2020FULL 
Wednesday June 3, 2020Friday July 3, 2020FULL 
Wednesday September 16, 2020Friday October 16, 2020Open  
    
    
Phlebotomy Technician Saturday & Sunday Morning Class
Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm/ Sunday 8:00am-11:00am 
Start DateEnd Date Seats 
Saturday  February 29, 2020Sunday March 29, 2020FULL 
Saturday June 6, 2020Sunday July 12, 2020FULLNo Class 7/4 & 7/5
Saturday September 12, 2020Sunday October 11, 2020Open 
Saturday November 21, 2020Sunday December 20, 2020Open 
    

10 Week Clinical Medical Assistant Program

The CMA program is designed for students with little or no medical back ground in healthcare.  The course is a comprehensive program that uses a hands-on method. The program will prepare the student for a career in healthcare as a clinical medical assistant through lecture/discussion and practical application. 

We are committed to protecting our students and faculty.  Especially during this time of the COVID 19 pandemic.  We have established a plan of action to accomplish this goal.
 
CPTC Plan:
  • All students and staff must wear a mask at all times while in the building.
  • All class sizes kept to 10 or less including faculty
  • Temps will be taken as you enter- anyone with temp > 100.4 will not be allowed to stay.
  • All interactions ie blood draws, injections, vitals will require gloves, mask and face shield at all times. (Provided by CPTC)
  • All surfaces and equipment disinfected after every use
  • Anyone currently under quarantine will not be allowed to attend class.
  • Anyone that has any COVID 19 symptoms will not be allowed to attend class 
  • Symptoms are defined as having 2 or more of the following:
    • New cough or worsened chronic cough
    • New shortness of breath
    • Body aches
    • Fatigue
    • Nausea or vomiting or diarrhea
    • Sore throat OR congestion

Program Objectives

Upon completion of the program the student will be able to demonstrate competence in the following:
  • OSHA, PPE, Biohazard Waste
  • Good Lab Practices
  • Phlebotomy
  • Patient Care for Adverse Reactions
  • Health Care Provider BLS
  • Anatomy/Physiology
  • Blood Components/li>
  • Body Systems
  • Non-blood Specimens
  • Special collections
  • Point of Care Testing
  • Medical Terminology
  • Basic Pharmacology
  • Medication Classifications/Schedules
  • Injections
  • Vital signs/Measurements
  • EKG
  • EHR/Medical Laws/Ethics
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Course Description
Fees
Payment Plans
Clinical Externships
Class Dates and Times
Course Description

The Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) program consists of 70 hours of class time.  Class will meet 2 times a week.  One day for 4 hours and a second day for 3 hours for 10 weeks.  This program is designed for those students looking to become a clinical medical assistance.

The program will prepare the student to work as a clinical medical assistant.  The first 5 weeks of the program will follow the same curriculum as the phlebotomy technician program.  The 2nd 5 weeks will focus on the roles and responsibilities of a clinical medical assistant.  The role of a clinical medical assistant is to directly assist physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals in providing patient care, with the focus being on performing clinical duties.  These duties will include preparing treatment and examination rooms for patients. Getting patients ready for examinations, treatments and procedures.  Blood draws, injections and vitals.

A CMA will also perform some administrative duties, for example arranging lab work and prescriptions or filing patient records. The CPTC clinical medical assistant program will focus on all aspects of patient care both clinical and administrative.   Students will study anatomy, physiology, phlebotomy, medical terminology, EKG, medication dosing, as well as clerical duties. Like charting patient information in the electronic health record or calling in prescriptions to the pharmacy.

The students will have the opportunity to practice patient care skills in the class room.  This will be done at the end of each class. The students will complete blood draws, finger sticks, injections and vitals.  Students will perform these on each other while under the direct supervision of the instructor.

No blood draw, finger stick or injections will ever be done without the instructor watching and coaching throughout the entire process.  It is this individual attention that we feel helps the student to hone their skills as a competent medical assistant. 

The program also includes a 2 year certification through the American Red Cross in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers in Adult/Child/Infant CPR and AED.  

There will be 5 quizzes, 1 written midterm, 1 final venipuncture and finger stick practical exam, 1 final CMA practical exam 1 final CMA written exam. The quizzes, midterm and final exam are to test the student’s knowledge and clinical skills.  Students must have a grade of “C” 70% or higher to pass the class.

Once the student has successfully completed the CMA program they will meet the eligibility requirements to take the national CMA certification exam through the National Healthcareers Association (NHA).  The cost for the exam is included in the tuition.

Clock hours:   70.0

Pre-requisites:  Must meet admission policy requirements.

Fees

*Tuition and Fees:

Registration fee.....................$200.00 Paid at time of registration.               Non-refundable after 5 days or start of class.

Payments can be made through our Pay Pal link below.  Just click the link and then enter the amount you with to pay.

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Study materials......................$75.00                 

Laboratory fee……..................$200.00              

*BLS (CPR/AED) Certification...$65.00                 

*(NHA)Certification Exam……..$155.00   (subject to change with NHA cost increases)            

Instructional fee....................$1,650.00           

Total tuition.............................. $2,345.00

*The cost of the BLS(CPR/AED) and Certification exam can be deducted if the student does not need or want certification.

Total projected cost of program at current tuition and fee rates: $2,345.00

All tuition and fees are payable for one quarter, semester or school term only. Payment is due prior to the start of classes each term. Tuition and fee charges are subject to change at the school’s discretion. Any tuition or fee increases will become effective for the school term following student notification of the increase. All tuition and fees must be paid in full for the student to graduate. Any student that is dropped from the program or withdraws is responsible for all tuition and fees according to the refund policy.

All fees and tuition are due on or before the first class. If you are unable to pay the full amount by the 1st day of class CPTC does offer a payment plan option. Any student wishing to use the payment plan option must request and complete a "Letter of Hardship" form. There is an additional 12% finance charge to use the payment plan option.  A $25 late payment charge will be added if the full payment is not received when due. A late charge will be assessed for each late payment.

Payment Plans

Payment Plan

If you are unable to pay the full tuition amount by the 1st day of class CPTC does offer a payment plan. Any student wishing to use the payment plan option must request and complete a "Letter of Hardship" form at the time of registration. Email or call CPTC to request a Letter of hardship form info@columbusphlebotomy.com or 614-846-0906. There will be an additional 12% finance charge to use the payment plan option.  The payment plan fee will be split up in equal payments over the 9 weeks of the payment plan.  An additional $25 late payment charge will be added if payment is not received when due. A late charge will be assessed for each late payment.

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Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

      

$267.00

$267.00

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Week 7

Week 8

 Week 9

Total Paid

    

$267.00

$267.00

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$2,403.00
Not including the $200 registration fee.

Acceptable forms of payment:

  • Cash
  • Credit card (Visa, MC, Discover, Amex)
  • Check (a returned check fee $35 will be added for any returned check)
Clinical Externships

Clinical Externships

 Clinical Externships Students are welcome and encouraged to perform a 20 hour phlebotomy and 80 hour clinical medical assistant externship for a total of 100 hours. Students wishing to participate in a clinical externship must successfully pass a BCI criminal background check, drug testing, and 1 step TB test. The cost to complete the requirements for the clinical externship will be the sole responsibility of the student. The requirements for the externship must be completed and all documentation submitted by the last week of the student’s program. Once all requirements are met the externship will be coordinated by CPTC.

CPTC does not guarantee placement in a clinical externship. A clinical externship is optional and is not a requirement to complete the program.

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Compu NetAll of our eligible students can elect to participate in a clinical externship at a number of locations in and around Columbus and Dayton OH.

Job Placement Assistance

CPTC does not guarantee employment for any student.  CPTC will assist students in seeking employment with the following:

  • Job Board listing local open phlebotomy positions.
  • Resume prep
  • Letter of recommendation
Class Dates and Times

CPTC reserves the right to cancel any class that does not meet class size requirements.  CPTC also reserves the right to update dates and times of any class prior to the start date.

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Clinical Medical Assistant Monday & Wednesday Evening Class
Monday 6:00pm-10:00pm / Wednesday 6:00pm-9:00pm 
Start DateEnd Date Seats 
Monday February 3, 2020 Wednesday April 8, 2020FULL 
Monday June 8, 2020Wednesday August 12, 2020FULL 
Monday September 14, 2020Wednesday November 18, 2020Open 
 Afternoon Class
Wednesday  12:00pm-4:00pm/ Friday 12:00pm-3:00pm 
Start DateEnd Date Seats 
Wednesday February 12, 2020Friday April 17, 2020FULL 
Wednesday June 3, 2020Friday August 7, 2020FULL 
Wednesday September 16, 2020Friday November 20, 2020Open 
Clinical Medical Assistant Saturday & Sunday Morning Class
Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm/ Sunday 8:00am-11:00am 
Start DateEnd Date Seats 
Saturday  February 29, 2020Sunday May 10, 2020FULLNo Class 4/11 & 4/12 
Saturday June 6, 2020Sunday August 16, 2020FULLNo Class 7/4 & 7/5 
Saturday September 12, 2020Sunday November 15, 2020Open