PhlebotomyInstructor.com® Core Curriculum
The Phlebotomy Instructor Program Curriculum is designed to make you tap into your creative side. Phlebotomy Instructor knows and understands that Phlebotomy is not just sticking, it is a culmination of learned skills, customer service with experience and the ability to think on your feet. This program will allow you to utilize your experience as a phlebotomist to help you create a phlebotomy technician program that you will be able to tailor to your community and its demographics.
In this Program you will learn:
Different types of Lectures
How to Lecture
How to secure a Clinical Site
How to set up your Class Laboratory
How to write your entire Phlebotomy Tech Program
Where to get Phlebotomy Supplies for the class
How to choose a good book to teach from
The different types of students and how to teach them
This Curriculum is 50% work and 50% you! This Phlebotomy Instructors Program is going to give you all you need to create a program that will produce Competent Phlebotomy Technicians that this Profession is looking for. A Program is only as good as the one teaching it. It is going to take you, your personality, and delivery of the information, passion, strength and the want to be the best Phlebotomy Instructor you are supposed to be.
Duties Include the Following:
Providing classroom, skills laboratory, and/or clinical instruction. Teaching may be days, evenings or weekends.
Advising, assisting and evaluating students.
Participating in program activities including curriculum and program planning, development, evaluation and decision making.
Contributing to the development of the phlebotomy programs policies and procedures.
Developing clinical rotations for laboratory/hospital placements.
Meeting with staff in laboratory/community agencies for orientation and coordination of instruction.
Evaluating students’ laboratory competencies following the program’s regulations and procedures.
Assist the Medical Assisting/Phlebotomy Coordinator to ensure all records are developed and maintained as required by the NAACLS.
DESIRABLE ATTRIBUTES AND SKILLS
Beyond the Minimum Prerequisites, the following teaching competencies are desirable:
Competencies related to professional practice – knowledgeable about content area.
Facilitating relationships with staff & laboratory managers in laboratory settings to benefit students.
Competencies related to service/governance –understanding institutional structure, policies & procedures.
Competencies related to curriculum and program development, knowledge of teaching & learning theory, information resources & evaluating student competencies.
Competencies related to relationships with students and colleagues – ability to advise & develop collaborative relationships with a diverse. student population, and skill in working as a team member on a teaching team that is learner centered.
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