The most obvious question that you are certain to be asked in an interview is about your Phlebotomist qualifications and experience. Factual documentation of your medical experience is essential before an interview can proceed with this vital element sometimes overlooked or assumed
Although everyone has to start somewhere not many companies like to provide someone with their first job. By providing a list of previous or current employers along with details of your experience you will stand a better chance of being successful in the interview. If you are currently employed you will also stand a better chance than if you are not working.
Once those factors have been established you can expect to be questioned on various scenarios, both ones that you have dealt with and how you would react in different situations. Giving honest and clear answers is always the best policy, if there is something that you are unsure of it's best to admit to it rather than get involved in guesswork.
Demonstrating a firm grasp and appreciation of safety matters are clearly essential in any medical job. Being familiar with infection control and sterilization practices will be expected as will a knowledge of the risks of infectious disease when you are dealing with blood products.
Showing yourself as someone who can confidently work in this field, as part of a team but also as an individual capable of handling responsibility will greatly assist your job prospects. Being assured and confident are qualities that will be expected, being arrogant or flippant will go against you. Studying up for the specifics relating to the post is useful, check on the internet or any friends that may be able to give you an insight into the specific requirements of the post and you should be well placed to do yourself justice and succeed in the interview.