CPD Points 6 | Duration 1 Days | £119.00 per delegate
Our Venepuncture and Phlebotomy training equips delegates with the skills and knowledge needed to take blood safely and appropriately.
Applicable to Nurses, Health Care Assistants and Phlebotomists in primary care, the community, hospitals or nursing homes, this course is interactive and involves a practical session on performing blood tests. Our venepuncture training will give delegates the theoretical and practical awareness to undertake a competence assessment framework in the workplace that will deem them competent to take blood safely and appropriately. Each delegate will leave with a competence-based framework to allow them to do this.
(98%) * Based on evalutations completed at the end of each course.
1 Days | £119.00 per Candidate
|Start Date||Start Time||End Time||Venue||Price||Book||Enquire|
|Wednesday 11th October 2017||09:30 am||16:00 pm||The County Hotel, Newcastle||£119||Book||Enquire|
|Friday 3rd November 2017||09:30 am||16:00 pm||10 Fitzroy Square, London||£119||Book||Enquire|
|Tuesday 21st November 2017||09:30 am||16:00 pm||Maryville House, Belfast||£119||Book||Enquire|
|Tuesday 5th December 2017||09:30 am||16:00 pm||The County Hotel, Newcastle||£119||Book||Enquire|
If you wish to arrange this training on a bespoke basis please get in touch to get an exclusive deal. Pricing is tailored to the client and is based on your individual training requirements.
We believe in making our bespoke booking process as straightforward and simple as possible. Once you contact us we will begin the planning process and liaise with your team to secure dates, from there we put together your training course and provide registration and course evaluations. Our team is on hand to help and advise at any point throughout the bespoke process.
No, however there will be lots of opportunity to practice taking blood using our specialised training arms which are a close replica to taking a live blood draw
Yes absolutely! This course will provide the theory around taking blood, along with a robust practical session. You will leave the course with a competency framework to take back to their place of work, which suggests taking around 10-15 live draws of blood on patients, under the supervision of a qualified nurse or a doctor. Once you have completed these to the correct standard, and have them signed off, this will be your evidence of competence.
You can still attend the course and gain the theory around taking blood, along with undertaking the practical session. You will then take away the competency framework and when you begin a role in healthcare you can then undertake this side of things.
No, we don't issue a certificate of competence because our trainers will not have assessed your competence on the course, this needs to be undertaken back in your place of work with a qualified nurse or doctor over a period of time taking live draws of blood on between 10-15 patients. Once this has been signed off this will be your evidence of competence. You will however receive a certificate of attendance as a result of attending the course.
Yes, this course is an ideal for Practice Nurses
Yes, this course is an ideal for Occupational Health Nurses