WHAT FOLLOWS IS THE PROGRAM OUTLINE. This program is not designed for students transferring to other colleges or universities. As a rule, courses with a second digit "0" are designed to transfer. Students planning to transfer should consult a Counselor to verify the transferability of individual courses. Prerequisites for courses are noted in the IVCC Catalog. Program Pre-Admission Information is included if applicable.
|ALH 1001||Terminology of The Health Field||3|
|ALH 1250||Princples & Practices of Phlebotomy||3|
|ALH 1251||Phlebotomy Practicum||3|
For additional information please consult any counselor at (815) 224-0360 or the Division of Health Professions, (815) 224-0485 or email@example.com. ALH 1001 is a pre-requisite and/or co-requisite for both ALH 1250 & 1251. Students who want to take ALH 1001 concurrently with ALH 1250 must see a Counselor. Completing the Phlebotomy Certificate is a a two-step process. ALH 1251 must be taken immediately after successful completion of ALH 1250.
You must receive a "B" or better in ALH 1250 to be able to enter ALH 1251.
All students will be required to have a criminal background check and a 10 panel urine drug screen prior to beginning ALH 1251. A felony and certain misdemeanors may prevent you from working in a healthcare setting. A two-step TB Skin Test is also required for admission to ALH 1251. The Hepatitis B Vaccination series is strongly recommended. Additional immunization verification, a seasonal flu shot, and CPR Certification may also be required prior to beginning ALH 1251 based on clinical assignment.
Students must be 18 years of age and posses a high school diploma or GED to meet the qualifications to take the ASCP Phlebotomy Certification Exam.