As a CPT, you’ll draw blood from patients in hospitals, blood centers, or similar facilities for analysis or other medical purposes. As a CPT, you may perform some or all of the following tasks: perform basic phlebotomy procedures, evaluate patients for ability to withstand venipuncture procedure, explain the venipuncture procedure and answer patient questions, perform basic point of care testing, such as blood glucose levels on patients, prepare blood, urine, and other body fluid specimens for testing according to established standards.
As a DOT urine drug screen collector, you will be responsible for documentation on the CCF, conducting collections under the DOT guidelines, and the transportation of the specimen. With this certification you can become your own boss by offering your services to a vast array of companies. Many construction companies, oil field companies, and trucking companies must comply with DOT standards, the possibilities are endless.
Please make sure you can meet all requirements before deciding to attend the class. A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level.
Clinicals can take up to two weeks to complete. Please make arrangements with family and work.
Please note: There is a $100 registration fee that is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded no matter when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
For information please send an email to email@example.comCourse Completion Requirements
-Must complete the on-line portion of the course.
-Must attend lab skill training on Saturday.
-Must attend and complete clinicals.Clinical Requirements
-Proof of negative step 2 TB test in past 6 mo.
-Proof of 2nd MMR vaccine
-Proof of Hep B vaccine series
-Varicella Immunity, by positive Varicella titer or proof of two (2) doses of Varicella immunization
-Proof of Influenza vaccination during the Flue season, November 1 to March 31, (or dates defined by CDC), or a signed Declination Form;
-Tdap vaccination (within the last 10 yrs)
-Negative urine drug screen (Allied will pay for)
-Background screen completed with no serious offences (Allied will pay for)
-Online Orientation (will be issued after all of the other requirements have been met)*All proof of immunizations are due by the 2nd week of class.
*You can go to your local health department to get immunizations you are missing. Contact your schools or past employers for records. You may need to have lab drawn if your records are not obtainable.
Allied Health Career Training is NOT responsible for the cost of immunizations.