Phlebotomy Training Leeds
Phlebotomy Training Services are one of the most popular providers of phlebotomy training within the Leeds area. We were founded in 2007 by Alison Purkiss, a phlebotomist with over 15 years’ experience, who has worked in hospitals and GP practices across the breadth of the NHS. It would be a difficult task to find a more experienced phlebotomist.
One thing that sets us apart from our competitors is not only the experience of all our trainers, but the fact that they are fully qualified educators. All the knowledge in the world is useless if it can’t be passed on clearly and coherently. This focus on high quality training, combined with the fact that we limit our class sizes to six people per trainer, means you will get the time and attention you need during our Leeds-based phlebotomy training courses.
At Phlebotomy training services we offer a variety of courses in Leeds that are tailored around each individual. In addition, our courses are perfectly suited to health care professionals, medical students, medical researchers, sports scientists and health care professionals not from the UK.
The Evacuated System and the S-Monovette system are the two ways in which blood is extracted from patients in the UK. Through our courses, we will teach you and give the chance to practice both. However, the courses we offer can be tailored to suit your specific needs. We offer:
- In-house training or training at one of our established training venues across the UK
- One-off or bespoke training schemes to fit in with the ongoing needs of your organisation
- Training tailored to complement the existing skill level of your team
- Refresher training and mentoring to ensure continued staff development
- Recognised certification to prove the skills of your staff
The certification you will receive at the end of the course is a recognised qualification. All our courses are accredited by ONE Awards, and are recognised across the healthcare sector.
Leeds Venue Address:
Double Tree Leeds by Hilton Leeds City Centre
Granary Wharf Approach