iNET Center Phlebotomy Training with Bloodborne Pathogen Certification at Dasmariñas, Cavite on November 24-25, 2012

WHO: iNET Center (Institute for Nursing Enhancement Training Center)

WHAT: 2 day training of Phlebotomy at the same Bloodborne Pathogen Certification time with these inclusions:

1. iNET Phlebotomy Completion Certificate
3. iNET Phlebotomy Completion Card (Valid for 2 years)
4. AMERICAN SAFETY & HEALTH INSTITUTE (ASHI) BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN COMPLETION CARD
5. AMERICAN SAFETY & HEALTH INSTITUTE (ASHI) BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN CERTIFICATE
6. AMERICAN SAFETY & HEALTH INSTITUTE (ASHI) BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN DOWNLOADABLE DIGITAL BOOK
7. Training Manual
8. Training Kit (3ml syringes, wooden stick, lancet, facial mask, surgical cap, clean gloves, tourniquet, slides, cotton balls, alcohol and 2 evacuated container tubes)

WHEN: NOVEMBER 24-25, 2012
WHERE: KALIPAYAN RESORT – Along Emilio Aguinaldo Hiway, Dasmariñas City, Cavite

REGISTRATION FEE: 4,200php/person 

*Group of 5 will have Privilege Discount of 200php. Each will pay 4,000 only!

LIMITED SLOTS ONLY!!!

**Reserve your slot at only 1,000php only. Pay either via bank account, meet up or visit us directly on our office near SM Molino.

Call/text Nurse Angel for registration

0916-7781-665 (Globe)
0939-2332-751 (Smart)
Add on Facebook: Angel Denz

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