Phlebotomy Training 

What Is a Phlebotomy Technician? What Does a Phlebotomist Do?

A phlebotomy technician is responsible for the collecting of blood specimens for the laboratory to help diagnose health conditions and illnesses. 


A phlebotomy technician is also responsible for prepping lab equipment, gauging a patient’s reaction to the blood draw and collect the fluids correctly.


Some technicians will be responsible for properly disposing and shipping blood samples to laboratories outside of their place of employment, ensuring the right samples are received.


Training Overview

The Phlebotomy training Follows guidelines established by the Department of Health Services in preparation

for national phlebotomy technician certification exam and employment as a certified phlebotomy technician.

Learning Experience

  • 6 week online learning followed 6 week in clinical lab.

  • Flexibility in course access

  • Textbook and material provided

  • Exam prep and study guide for certification exam

Training Content 

  • The Healthcare Setting

  • Quality Assurance and Legal Issues in Healthcare

  • Infection Control

  • Safety & First Aid Measures

  • Medical Terminology 

  • Anatomy & Physiology

  • Body Systems

  • Blood Collection & Special Procedures

  • Certification Review

The Goal:

  • Successful completion of the training

  • Preparation for certification

  • A Pathway to a viable healthcare career as a certified phlebotomist

Phlebotomy is the fastest growing among all occupations according to the   U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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