The Phlebotomy program trains students to draw blood via venipuncture and skin puncture. Throughout this course students experience hands on training in a classroom/clinical setting which will enable the student to obtain the basic knowledge and competencies for employment as a Phlebotomist.
Units of Study
Safety and Infection Controls
Anatomy and Physiology
Customer Service/Interpersonal Skills
Mathematics and Calculations
Certificate - 432 hrs/1 Trimester
Education, Vaccinations, and Documents Required for Enrollment
Regular high school diploma or GED certification; proof of MMR, Varicella, and Rubeola immunity; Hepatitis B vaccinations and titer; negative two-step TB skin test; Tetanus shot; negative drug screen; completed medical form; CPR (BLS for adults); background check; and, minimum COMPASS score of 65% in Reading.
Program expenses are located here.
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