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Become a Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy technicians are integral members of medical laboratory teams working in clinical labs, hospitals, medical practices and blood donation sites. Technicians primarily collect blood samples from patients while also drawing blood for transfusions, donations and research. The need to assure quality and patient safety mandates strict professional standards of practice for phlebotomists.

Program Overview
• Acquire essential skills involving aspects of blood collection and lab tests.
• Prepare for several national certification exams.
• Program cost includes material and background check fees. Textbook and clinical requirement fees are not included.
• Clinical schedules are daytime hours only. Evening schedules are not available at this time.

• CPR (SAF157 Basic Life Support). Register for an upcoming CPR training class.
• Placement into EN75 (or EN52) or ESL72. A placement test may be taken at the FCC Testing Center.

Required in-person registration may be completed in the Continuing Education Registration Office.

Program Courses
• CAH 145 Foundations for Healthcare Careers (36 hours)
• CAH 483 Phlebotomy Technician Preparation I: Theoretical Applications (30 hours)
• CAH 484 Phlebotomy Technician Preparation II: Practical Applications (45 hours)
• CAH 466 Phlebotomy Technician Clinical (100 Hours + 100 venipuncture procedures)

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