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this was the best thing i have ever done in my whole entire life.

Expanding Guardian Labs into a phlebotomy training school sounds like an exciting venture! With 13 years of experience under my belt, I undoubtedly have a wealth of knowledge to impart to aspiring phlebotomists. Here are some steps I use to  transition into this new endeavor:

1. Curriculum Development: Craft a comprehensive curriculum that covers all aspects of phlebotomy, including anatomy and physiology, venipuncture techniques, safety protocols, and patient care. Incorporate hands-on training sessions to ensure students gain practical experience.
2. Obtain Accreditation: Research your area's accreditation requirements for phlebotomy training programs. Accreditation lends credibility to your school and assures students… >>>

I will make sure to use this knowledge in day to day practices to the best of my ability!

I will make sure the action plan I follow will be successful to ensure quality.

Be kind, caring, truthful and follow the guidelines that is put in place by the campus.  If you have questions or not sure about something ask the director.

Great tools and resources to be in compliance and utilize ethical practices as an Admissions Advisor.

I have worked in a few states, and this was one of the best processes I have seen to get an individual acclimated to the rules.

I am unaware of how to move forward with this class other than posting something.  So here is that something!

Some of the education items I was unaware of and I took lots of notes throughout the training. Very effective. 

Like we can accept commissions for enrolled students and we should not be enrolling anyone who is already enrolled in another program. 

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