This Phlebotomy course provides students with the required skills and knowledge to become competent phlebotomists. Students will gain an understanding of body systems and will learn how to conduct lab tests, collect specimens, and perform venipunctures. The class will include CPR certification through the American Heart Association. Upon completion of the lecture portion of this class, lab time will be scheduled in our clinical area to demonstrate the required venipuncture pass offs.
Tuition & Fees
Program Start Dates
M - TH 4 - 7 pm
60 Hours (20 hours lecture/40 hours lab)
Main Campus Medical Bldg 1C
Colt has worked in the medical field over 12 years and has a passion for all things medical. He has worked as a Phlebotomist, Clinical Lab Assistant (CLA), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), and a Registered Nurse (RN). As a nurse, he has worked many various care areas: Home Care/Hospice, Organ Transplant Team, Surgical specialties, and in the Neuro/Shock Trauma Intensive Care Unit (NSTICU). He is a member of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) and is actively furthering his education.