PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN / 175 Clock Hours – approximately 6 week
The Phlebotomy Technician Program is designed to provide students with information about the health care
delivery system; collection of materials and equipment; vein puncture and capillary puncture techniques;
specimen transport and processing techniques; quality assurance and safety techniques; basic concepts of
communications, and medical and legal implications of blood collection. Graduates of the program have found
jobs at diagnostic laboratories, hospitals, and physicians’ offices.
This 175-hour program consists of 105 hours of classroom instruction and 70 hours of clinical lab. Students who
successfully complete the program are eligible to take the national Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
certification examinations provided through
the National Healthcare Agency (NHA).
|Course Number||Course Title||Hours|
|PHL 100||Laboratory Procedures (HIV/AIDS – 4 hrs)||105|
|PHL 101||Practical Phlebotomy||70|
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