Phlebotomy Technician Courses

Go to: Online Phlebotomy Tech Programs. Medical Trade Colleges and Technical Schools with Phlebotomy Technician Certificate training programs. Training for a career as a Phlebotomist with courses like Medical Terminology, CPR, First Aid, Anatomy & Physiology and more.

While the length of training may vary, it can take just a few months to complete your certification. In just 4-8 months.[ref]

Accelerated, weekend class and hybrid (classroom/online) Phlebotomy Tech Certification class options are available at most schools. Fill out Top Trade School’s program search application and get contacted by the school of your choice, it’s that easy.

Medical Vocational Schools with Phlebotomy Certificate Programs

UMA Medical Vocational Courses (Tampa & Online)

National College Vocational Courses (VA, WV, OH, IN, KY, TN)

Platt College Medical & Vocational Courses (OK)

MMC Vocational-Tech Courses (Southeast US)

Miles CC Trade/Technical/Degree Classes (Montana)

Jolie Hair & Beauty Academy Classes (NJ, PA, MA)

Spencerian Medical/Vocational Classes (KY)

Fortis Medical/Trade Courses (across US)

NTI Medical/Tech Courses (Maine)

Brightwood Trade-Medical-IT Courses (Campus/Online)

Ayers Medical & Technical Courses (Shreveport)

More Medical Training Programs and Online Programs

Medical Courses

A certified phlebotomy technician (CPT) collects, labels and transports blood specimens as directed by prescribing physicians or supervising medical professionals. CPTs work in hospitals, labs, medical offices or blood donation organizations, typically working directly with patients in a fast-paced environment.

Phlebotomy technicians also record patient data and enter it into computer systems. Other responsibilities include performing basic phlebotomy procedures, evaluating patients for the ability to withstand a venipuncture procedure, explaining such procedures, performing basic point of care testing, such as blood glucose tests, and preparing blood, urine, and other body fluid specimens for testing according to established government standards.[ref]

Phlebotomy Classes Cost

Certificate programs can cost between $300-$800 plus the cost of certification applications. Extra school costs such as textbooks and the phlebotomist’s practice kit and tools can add another $500. Associate degrees can run around $2500 per year plus the cost of books and supplies, which are similar to certificate programs.