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Requirements For Admission To Program / Course

The student must meet the following requirement to be able to enroll in the program:

Phlebotomy Program admission requirement are as follows:

1. High School graduation or successful completion of the GED Exam.

2. Reading Native Compass test with a score of 77 or higher, or ESL Compass test with a score of 90 or higher

3. Valid U.S. Social Security Number

4. Successful passing of Criminal Background Check

5. Health/Physical Exam with corresponding lab tests within 1 year

PROGRAM / COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

1. List the duties of a phlebotomist.

2. Define legal issues related to phlebotomy.

3. Describe the universal precautions as outlined by the CDC.

4. Describe the venous anatomy and veins and skin surfaces on which the phlebotomy can be performed.

5. Differentiate between serum and plasma.

6. Identify factors to be considered in venipuncture or skin puncture site selection.

7. List the equipment and supplies needed to collect blood by venipuncture and skin puncture.

8. Describe 6 patient factors which influence the ability to perform venipuncture successfully.

9. Discuss 6 complications associated with blood collection.

10. Describe the steps in accurate specimen collection and documentation procedures.

11. Demonstrate a successful venipuncture.

CONSUMER INFORMATION

All schools are required to make available, at a minimum, the following disclosure information clearly and conspicuously on their Internet websites:

  • The number of students who were admitted in the program as of July 1 of that reporting period.
  • The number of additional students who were admitted in the program during the next 12 months and classified in one of the following categories: new starts, re-enrollments, and transfers into the program from other programs at the school.
  • The total number of students admitted in the program during the 12-month reporting period.
  • The number of students enrolled in the program during the 12-month reporting period who: transferred out of the program and into another program at the school, completed or graduated from a program, withdrew from the school, and are still enrolled.
  • The number of students enrolled in the program who were: placed in their field of study, placed in a related field, placed out of the field, not available for placement due to personal reasons, and not employed.
  • The number of students who took a State licensing exam or professional certification exam, if any, during the reporting period, as well as the number who passed.
  • The number of graduates who obtained employment in the field who did not use the school’s placement assistance during the reporting period (pending reasonable efforts to obtain this information from graduates).
  • The average starting salary for all school graduates employed during the reporting period (pending reasonable efforts to obtain this information from graduates).

Financial Aid

The institution is not offering any financial aid to student at this time. However, financial aid will be made available to qualified students who register in eligible programs when the school is approved to participate in financial aid programs in the form of loans and grants

TUITION AND FEES

Non-Refundable Registration Fee: $200.00

TUITION: $1,300.

Other Includes: $110 State examination

TOTAL COST FOR PHLEBOTOMY PROGRAM / COURSE: $ 1,500.00

Notice to Student

Do not sign this agreement before you have read it or if it contains any blank spaces.

This agreement is a legally binding instrument and is only binding when the agreement is accepted, signed, and dated by the authorized official of the school or the admissions officer at the school's principal place of business.

Read all pages of this contract before signing.

You are entitled to an exact copy of the agreement and any disclosure pages you sign.

This agreement and the school catalog constitute the entire agreement between the student and the school.

Any changes in this agreement must be made in writing and shall not be binding on either the student or the school unless such changes have been approved in writing by the authorized official of the school and by the student or the student's parent or guardian. All terms and conditions of the agreement are not subject to amendment or modification by oral agreement.

The school does not guarantee the transferability of credits to a college, university, or institution. Any decision on the comparability, appropriateness and applicability of credit and whether credit should be accepted is the decision of the receiving institution.

Zurik Healthcare Institute is approved by the Private Business and Vocational Schools Divisionof the Illinois Board of Higher Education.

Our school is yet not accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Every assignee of this agreement is subject to all claims and defenses of the student in interest arising under this agreement.

I understand that should I withdraw from a program or course prior to the completion of said program or course, I am responsible for returning all property including textbooks, when applicable. Costs of books and materials are refundable if returned in good condition.

TUITION AND FEES

NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION FEE: $200.00

TUITION: The tuition fee is $1,300. This includes the books with work books, CPR training and background check

This fee does not include the cost for the phlebotomy certification exam in Illinois - $110

STUDENT’S RIGHT TO CANCEL

The student has the right to cancel the initial enrollment agreement until midnight of the fifth business day after the student has been admitted. If the right to cancel is not given to any prospective student at the time the agreement is signed, then the student has the right to cancel the agreement at any time and receive a refund on all monies paid to date with 10 days of cancellation. Cancellation should be submitted to the authorized official of the school in writing.

REFUND AND TUITION REFUND SCHEDULE INFORMATION

1. Schools shall, when a student gives written notice of cancellation, provide a refund in the amount of at least the following:

A. When notice of cancellation is given before midnight of the fifth business day after the date of enrollment but prior to the first day of class, all application registration fees, tuition, and any other charges shall be refunded to the student;

B. When notice of cancellation is given after midnight of the fifth business day following acceptance but prior to the close of business on the student’s first day of class attendance, the school may retain no more than the application registration fee which may not exceed $200 or 50% of the cost of tuition, whichever is less;

C. When notice of cancellation is given after the student’s completion of the first day of class attendance, but prior to the student’s completion of 5% of the course of instruction, the school may retain the application registration fee, an amount not to exceed 10% of the tuition and other instructional charges or $300, whichever is less, and, excluding the cost of any Laptop, books or materials which have been provided by the school.

D. When a student has completed in excess of 5% of the course of instruction the school may retain the application-registration fee but shall refund a part of the tuition and other instructional charges.

1) All other schools regulated under this Section may retain an amount computed prorate by days in class plus 10% of the tuition and other instructional charges up to completion of 60% of the course instruction. When the student has completed in excess of 60% of the course of instruction, the school may retain the application/registration fee and the entire tuition and other charges.

2) A student, who on personal initiative and without solicitation enrolls, starts, and completes a course of instruction before midnight of the fifth business day after the enrollment agreement is signed,is not subject to the cancellation provisions of this Section.

3) Applicants not accepted by the school shall receive a refund of all tuition and fees paid within 30 calendar days after the determination of non-acceptance is made.

4) Application-registration fees shall be chargeable at initial enrollment and shall not exceed $200 or 50% of the cost of tuition, whichever is less.

5) Deposits or down payments shall become part of the tuition.

6) The school shall mail a written acknowledgement of a student's cancellation or written withdrawal to the student within 15 calendar days of the postmark date of notification. Such written acknowledgement is not necessary if a refund has been mailed to the student within the 15 calendar days.

7) All student refunds shall be made by the school within 30 calendar days from the recipient of the student's cancellation.

8) A student may give notice of cancellation to the school in writing. The unexplained absence of a student from a school more than 15 school days shall constitue constructive notice of cancellation to the school. For purposes of cancellation date shall be last day of attendance.

9) A school may make refunds which exceed those prescribed in this Section. If the school has a refund policy that returns more money to a student than those policies prescribed in this Section, that refund policy must be filed with the Superintendent.

10) A school shall refund all monies paid to it any of the following circumstances:

a. the school did not provide the prospective student with a copy of the student's valid enrollment agreement and a current catalog or bulletin

b. the school cancels or discontinues the course of instruction in which the student has enrolled;

c. the school fails to conduct classes on days or times scheduled, detrimentally affecting the student.

11) A school must refund any book and materials fees when: (a) the book and materials are returned to the school unopened and unmarked; and (b) the student has provided the school with a notice of cancellation.

Refunds and Withdrawals

Students may drop courses during the first seven days from the start date of class for main session (or equitable time period for special sessions) without incurring a penalty.

After the first seven days of the start of class for main session (or equitable time period for special sessions), no refunds will be allowed.

Refunds

Refunds for student-initiated withdrawals (WTH) are available at one hundred percent of tuition and applicable fees only if processed during the first seven days from the start of class for main session (or equitable time period for special sessions) without incurring a penalty. No refund will be allowed if a student withdraws after the first seven days of class.

Refunds – No-Show Withdrawal / No Show 1 Day (NSW and NS1)

No refunds of tuition and/or fees will be issued for classes with no-show withdrawals (NSW or NS1's). Students will be held accountable for the payment of tuition and fees of NSW/NS1 courses.

Non-Refundable Fees

The following fees associated with course registration are non-refundable. They include, but are not limited to:
Partial Payment Fees
Lab Fees (Lab fees may be refunded if courses are dropped before the term begins

NOTICE TO STUDENT

1. Do not sign this agreement before you have read it or if it contains any blank spaces.

2. This agreement is a legally binding instrument and is only binding when the agreement is accepted, signed, and dated by the authorized official of the school or the admissions officer at the school’s principal place of business. Read all pages of this contract before signing.

3. You are entitled to an exact copy of the agreement and any disclosure pages you sign.

4. This agreement and the school catalog constitute the entire agreement between the student and the school.

5. Any changes in this agreement must be made in writing and shall not be binding on either the student or the school unless such changes have been approved in writing by the authorized official of the school and by the student or the student’s parent or guardian. All terms and conditions of the agreement are not subject to amendment or modification by oral agreement.

6. The school does not guarantee the transferability of credits to a college, university, or institution. Any decision on the comparability, appropriateness and applicability of credit and whether credit should be accepted is the decision of the receiving institution.

7. Zurik Healthcare Institute is approved by the Private Business and Vocational Schools Division of the Illinois Board of Higher Education.”

8. Our school is yet not accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Student Acknowledgments

1. I hereby acknowledge receipt of the school’s catalog, which contains information describing programs offered. The school catalog is included as part of this enrollment agreement and I acknowledge that I have received a copy of this catalog.

2. I have carefully read and received an exact copy of this enrollment agreement.

3. I understand that the school may terminate my enrollment if I fail to comply with scheduled log in hours, attendance, academic, and financial requirements or if I fail to abide by established standards of conduct, as outlined in the school catalog. While enrolled in the school, I understand that I must maintain satisfactory academic progress as described in the school catalog and that my financial obligation to the school must be paid in full before a certificate or credential may be awarded.

4. I hereby acknowledge that the school has made available to me all required disclosure information listed under the Consumer Information section of this Enrollment Agreement.

5. The school does not guarantee the transferability of credits to a college, university, or institution. Any decision on the comparability, appropriateness and applicability of credit and whether credit should be accepted is the decision of the receiving institution.

6. I understand that school does not guarantee job placement to graduates upon program completion.

7. I understand that complaints, which cannot be resolved by direct negotiation with the school in accordance to its written grievance policy. If dissatisfied, the student can file a complaint with IBHE at any time and do not have to wait until the institution’s process is complete. Appeal may be filed with the Illinois Board of Higher Education

Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools

1 North Old State Capitol Plaza,

Suite 333

Springfield, Illinois 62701-1377

Main Line: (217) 782-2551 Complaint Call Line: (217) 557-7359 Website: www.ibhe.org


The student acknowledges receiving a copy of this completed agreement, the school catalog, and written confirmation of acceptance prior to signing this contract. The student by signing this contract acknowledges that he/she has read this contract, understands the terms and conditions, and agrees to the conditions outlined in this contract. It is further understood that this agreement supersedes all prior or contemporaneous verbal or written agreements and may not be modified without the written agreement of the student and the School Official. The student and the school will retain a copy of this agreement.