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This program meets the needs of students with no prior knowledge or experience in phlebotomy. Training provided consists of lecture, lab, and outside externship experience. The program is also designed to allow the most qualified healthcare professionals to become qualified certified phlebotomists. Our goal is to make the certification process as simple and painless as possible, giving students the tools to excel in their careers.


The phlebotomy course will explain the role of the phlebotomy technician; explain the basic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, define standard precautions, and apply its principles to all procedures; list methods of client and specimen identification; describe proper bedside manner and how to prepare the client for venipuncture collection. Identify locations for appropriate venipuncture collection; explain potential risks and complications and discuss the scope of practice of the Certified Phlebotomy Technician. With these educational materials, phlebotomy students will be equipped to become employed phlebotomists with flourishing medical careers. The student will have the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills gained in the theory and laboratory cases through the completion of 5 venipunctures, 5 capillary sticks in class, and 30 venipunctures and 10 capillary sticks during the externship. After successful completion of the program, including the externship requirements, the student is eligible to sit for the National Health Careers Association's 2-year national certification exam. Maximum student enrollment is 10 students per scheduled class session (Day and/or Evening class sessions.)




6 Weeks – 72 Theory Hours – 40 hours Externship (off-site)

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (Thursday lab day)

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 4:00 -pm – 8:00 pm (Thursday lab day)




Download the Application and enrollment agreement complete and submit it to:


• Submit application, enrollment agreement and following documents: State
Issued ID, Social Security Card High School Diploma/GED
• 17 Years of Age
• High school diploma/GED
• Official Transcripts Once Admitted
• Math and Reading Exam will be given the first week of class - 80% Pass Rate
• Health Clearance (PPD/Immunization/COVID Documents)
• Drug Screen 

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