Aug 10, 2020
IV Therapy Technicians perform delegated nursing tasks related to IV therapy. IVT technicians can set up, maintain and disconnect IV lines. Most IV Therapy Technicians have other certifications, such as nursing, phlebotomy or nurse support/patient care tech. This course can be taken alone, but there are no jobs for persons with just this training.
Students will have access to a Continuing Education academic record (transcript).
This course is a great “add-on” skill for someone already working in the patient care arena. The majority of hospitals and clinical facilities do not hire someone with only this skill.
Courses start in January and October at CCBC Essex and in April at CCBC Randallstown.
A national phlebotomist certification or active nursing license is required as proof of the ability to draw blood through one of the designated health careers listed.
Students must consent to having blood drawn by their classmates during training.
Students must have the following paperwork turned in to the coordinator prior to the start of IV Therapy class:
- Proof of health care training and certification including, but not limited to, nursing, phlebotomy or EMT.
- Hepatitis B vaccination or declination form
- Copy of health insurance card
Provisional Entry – Proof of phlebotomy training/certification.
Program Course Sequence
1. IV Tech Training: AHE 978
- I.V. Therapy Made Incredibly Easy, 4th Edition; published by Wolters Kuwer, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; ISBN-13: 978-1-60547-198-4; $49.99
- Tuition/Fees: $449 (Tuition-$144/Fees-$305)
- Textbook/Materials: $48.00
Program Contact Information
Essex, HTEC 001
Aimee King, RN
Essex, HTEC 013D
Financial Aid and Payment Options
- Continuing Education Opportunity Grant
- Partial Payment Option (through Nelnet Business Solutions)
- Tuition Waiver for Senior Citizens and Individuals with Disabilities
- Employer/Sponsor Paid Tuition
- Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
- Local Office of Workforce Development