Phlebotomist School in Indiana - IN
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Certain components must be included in the classroom segment, such as anatomy and the circulatory system; and the collecting, processing, and handling of specimens; to name just a few of the required courses (http://www.phlebotomypages.com). Enrolling in an educational course of study will provide the aspiring Indiana phlebotomist with the tools necessary to meet these standards. The cost of an education program in phlebotomy in Indiana is very affordable; some programs are as little as $2000, and some programs cost even less. To make it even more affordable to go to school, the cost can be divided into several payments, and those payments can be spaced at intervals. In all cases, in Indiana, the only educational prerequisite is that of a high school diploma or GED.
Indiana has a number of schools that offer the type of program necessary to acquire the desired classroom seat time and certification. There are one year programs at vo-tech schools which award diplomas. There are also two-year associate degree programs available at community colleges. As is the case with any educational program, research the school(s) in question to ensure that it has been accredited, bearing in mind that regional accreditation is of primary consequence and value when choosing the program that is best for you.