iNET Center Phlebotomy Training with FREE Blood Component Therapy Certification at Malate, Manila on July 27-28, 2013

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

WHAT: 2 day training of Phlebotomy with FREE  Blood Component Therapy Certification with these inclusions:

1. iNET Phlebotomy Completion Certificate
2. iNET Arterial Blood Extraction Completion Certificate
3. iNET Phlebotomy completion card (Valid for 2 years)
4. Training Manual
5. AMERICAN SAFETY & HEALTH INSTITUTE (ASHI) BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN COMPLETION CARD
6. AMERICAN SAFETY & HEALTH INSTITUTE (ASHI) BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN CERTIFICATE
7. AMERICAN SAFETY & HEALTH INSTITUTE (ASHI) BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN DOWNLOADABLE DIGITAL BOOK
8. FREE BLOOD COMPONENT THERAPY CERTIFICATE
9. FREE LUNCH and light snacks

10. Training Manual
11. Training Kit (3ml syringes, wooden stick, lancet, facial mask, surgical cap, clean gloves, tourniquet, slides, cotton balls, alcohol and 2 evacuated container tubes)

NOTE:
-You will only pay a downpayment as reservation and the complete payment on the training day.
-BSN GRADUATES and NON RNs ARE WELCOME!!

WHEN: JULY 27 – 28, 2013
WHERE: ASIAN SOCIAL INSTITUTE -MANILA
( 1518 Leon Guinto Street Corner Escoda Malate Manila)
TIME: 8AM -5 PM

REGISTRATION FEE: 4,200php/person 

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 SAVE MORE SALITRAN, DASMARIñAS, CAVITE.

Call/text Nurse Angel for registration

0907 – 920 -2997 

Add on Facebook: Nurse Angel

Use of Information Policy: All content provided on this website is for informational purposes only. The administrator of this website makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this website or found by following any link on this website. The administrator will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information and for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information.

Disclaimer: Comments posted in this website are those of the readers and do not necessarily reflect the position of PND. PND does not knowingly publish false information and may not be held liable for the views of readers exercising their right to free expression.