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Phlebotomy Technician Preparation I: Theoretical Applications

Course number : CAH156   ID : 26971    Section Number : 1
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In Part I, Theoretical Applications, students learn basic phlebotomy technical background knowledge and professional preparation for working as a phlebotomist. Students are introduced to anatomy and physiology with special emphasis on the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems, applicable medical terminology and an overview of healthcare settings where phlebotomy services are performed. Students learn and apply professional ethics and behavior; interpersonal and written communications, including cultural competency; systems of documentation; and safety and infection control. Students will develop knowledge and comprehensive skills to prepare them to perform venipunctures successfully and safely as they progress to Part II: Practical Applications. The full program includes classroom and both in-class and on-site clinical practice at local health care facilities. This program requires study time outside of class and includes both written and practical (hands-on) skills assessments, which must be passed prior to starting the clinical course.  The program prepares students to take several national certification exams.
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Class Details

11 Session(s)
Weekly - Thu, Tue

Monroe Center

Blackboard Instructor 

CEUs : 3.3



Please read:  Students must register at the same time for SAF157 - CPR: Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider or provide a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support CPR Card. Students must have successfully completed CAH145 or ADE641 (formerly ADE632) prior to the class start date for CAH156. This class requires reading and listening in English. Not sure about your English skills? Visit to schedule a free Accuplacer test, then share your results with CEWD Registration at 301.624.2888 or



Registration Closes On
Thursday, September 5, 2024 @ 11:59 PM



Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
9/5/2024 - 10/10/2024 Weekly - Tue, Thu 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM Frederick, Monroe Center  Map, Room: MC124 Blackboard Instructor