The Phlebotomy program prepares students for employment as a Phlebotomist in a Hospital, Clinical, or Independent Medical Laboratory. A Phlebotomist collects, processes, and distributes laboratory specimens according to established procedures for analysis. Techniques of venipuncture for specimen collection are demonstrated and practiced in the lab to allow the student to perform these skills in a clinical setting with supervision.
Applicant must be 17 years old or older.
High school diploma or GED certificate
Social Security Card
(If you do not have a HS/GED, you will be required to take the TABE test.)
Hands-on Learning Includes:
This program mainly associates with laboratory demonstrations; this program will train you in the following areas:
Safe and efficient work practices
Legal and ethical responsibilities
Circulation in the human body
Safety and measurements in the laboratory setting
Techniques of specimen collection
165 clock hours
Approximately 4 weeks Day Program) – full time/8:30am to 2pm/ Monday-Thursday
Approximately 5 weeks (Night Program) – part time/5:30pm to 10pm/ Monday-Thursday