• Classes

    Class Dates
    Meeting Times
     Fall 2022  Tuesday and Thursday  

    Course Info

    4 Months (165 Clock Hours) 

    Tuesday and Thursday 5:00pm-9:00pm
    (Summer schedule is subject to change.) 

    Program Requirements   

    Possess a standard U.S. high School diploma or GED from a school accredited by an approved accrediting association or possess a college degree from an approved regionally accredited institution

    2021-2022 Curriculum Frameworks

     Program Description  

    This course is designed to teach and give hands-on training to individuals desiring to enter the field of Phlebotomy: A clinical laboratory science profession that involves working with blood extraction.  The primary goal is to instill the latest information of blood collection techniques, skills, and equipment for safe, effective specimen collection.

    Upon completion of this course, students will have the opportunity to earn Healthcare Provider CPR certification, First Aid training and take the National Health Association Phlebotomy Certification exam, as well as having awareness in Domestic Violence, Infection Control, Nutrition, Blood Borne Pathogens, Legal Aspects of Phlebotomy and Employability Skills.

    What can I expect to earn as an entry level Phlebotomist?  
    Hourly wages will vary depending on where you are hired.  The average range for an entry level Phlebotomist is $12.00-$15.00 per hour. 

    For questions regarding the program please contact:  Farah.Remarais@hcps.net