3 months, training is very comprehensive. Read, observe, hands on until you are competent in your skills.
Answered - worker (Current Employee) - Anywhere, USA
They send you to an out of state center. They pay your very well for going and completing your training. However, when you get to your home center you are told to basically forget all you just learned. The management is very stange. There are too many bosses and not enough working people. It could be really nice but it seems very sketchy, something is not right. I gave it my all but quickly realized I didnt belong with this company.
Training sucks. everyone is for themselves, noone helps anyone its all clicky..its like high school.
Answered - Phlebotomist (Former Employee) - Ft. Pierce, FL
The level 1 phlebotomist is about a little over two weeks.
Answered - Screener (Current Employee) - Meridian, MS