Basic Venepuncture

Learn the theory and anatomy of blood taking and practice phlebotomy techniques.

Upcoming Dates:

  • Wednesday 5th June 2024 – 10:00-14:00
    Burnbrae Surgery, 445 Holderness Road, Hull, HU8 8JS

Further dates coming soon, if you would like to register on the waiting list please contact us. We also offer bespoke sessions for groups, please enquire for details.


Who is this course for?

Aimed at Healthcare Assistants, new Phlebotomists and Practice Nurses new to Venepuncture.


What will I learn?

You will learn the theory and anatomy of blood taking and will have chance to practice phlebotomy techniques.
Training in clinical skills covers theory and simulated practice. Following training supervised practice must be completed in the clinical setting, you will be issued with competencies to complete before receiving a certificate. A competent registered nurse must be responsible for confirming that you have gained sufficient practical competency before independent practice.


How long is it?

4 hour session


How much is it?

£150 per person
Prices may vary for bespoke sessions, dependent on numbers and travel


Is there any funding available?

The course can available utilising NHSE funding for eligible individuals in general practice within Humber and North Yorkshire:


How can I book or enquire?

Email –
Phone – 01482 303986

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  • Date you would like to book
  • Name of the attendee(s)
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