In order to get hired for traveling phlebotomy jobs, people need to get experience and learn phlebotomy techniques. Most people attend an accredited phlebotomy school, such as PhlebotomyU, to gain these necessary assets and set themselves apart from other candidates. After, they must pass the national exam. The most common credentialing organization to certify phlebotomists is the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT). Additional licenses will vary by state. For instance, California requires the national certificate and the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT-1) license. With the appropriate authorizations, people can then begin to research careers and network with future employers.
PhlebotomyU CPT-1 Course
At PhlebotomyU, we offer a CPT-1 course that provides students with the opportunities to gain practical work experience. With our unique 40-120 hour externship program, our students experience a smooth transition into traveling phlebotomy jobs.
To learn more about traveling phlebotomy and our CPT-1 program, contact us today.