Find the answers to your questions about our program here How long are the programs?
The programs are 6 weeks long.
How much do the programs cost?
The program is $1495. We offer ample discounts throughout the year, (Full Pay Discount, Military Discount, and other Seasonal Promotions). We also offer payment plans for students! Just pay the enrollment fee and you can get started!
Is the certification exam included in the price?
For Phlebotomy no. This ensures that students who actually complete the course can register for the exam.
For EKG yes it is included.
On what days are classes held?
EKG: Tuesdays and Thursdays
What time are the classes?
Phlebotomy: All classes are conducted online (lectures & quizzes). Students are able to pick a time in which they would like to come in and practice their sticks with another classmate. The times range from 9am to 5pm Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
EKG classes are held during the evenings, from 5pm to 8pm, on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.
What comes with the tuition?
Phlebotomy: Textbook (students have the option of having the school purchase it or they can purchase it themselves), phlebotomy supplies (needles, gauze, etc.).
EKG: Textbook and EKG certification practice questions.
How big are the classes?
Phlebotomy: Each session can fit as many as 20 students, this allows for a variation of veins to practice on but still allows for each student to get the attention they need.
EKG: 10-20 students so that each student can have enough attention to help ensure successful completion of the course.
Do I have to get poked?
Being poked is not necessary, however we recommend that you get poked at least once just for the experience. Students are permitted to bring in friends and family to volunteer.2
Does this program offer a license?
A Phlebotomy/EKG license is not required in Hawaii to work as a phlebotomist or EKG technician, however our program does assist students in becoming Nationally Certified. The National Certification is a great way to help you stand out among other candidates. Louisiana, Texas, Washington, and Nevada are the only states that require a license for phlebotomists and becoming Nationally Certified is one of the first steps in that process.
I'm a Pre-Med student, what can this program offer me?
In reference to phlebotomy this can get you the experience you need for drawing blood. Drawing blood with no experience can be very nerve wrecking and scary, but this program will get you the experience and confidence you need.
For EKG it is a great way to learn how the human heart operates and being able to read an EKG will certainly aid you if you have dreams of becoming a Cardiologist, and the pay is very nice too!
What is the age limit for this program?
With parent/guardian permission age 17 is the lowest age that we can legally accept students at.
Can I visit the class before I decide to enroll?
Yes of course! We encourage prospective students to visit us. You can visit during any of our classes Monday-Saturday.
Can I bring in someone and draw their blood?
Of course you can! We welcome all visitors and we appreciate volunteers.
Do you help with job placement?
We currently do not offer a job placement program, but our students are generally hired rather quickly after completing the course and gaining National Certification.
English is not my first language, can I still take the course?
Yes! We are fast paced but our material is easy for everyone to understand and do well on.