Training Information: CED-0808 - Phlebotomy

Our phlebotomy training program provides a combination of lecture, lab, clinical observations, and hands-on practical experience aimed at developing the skills needed to work in an entry level position in medical facilities as a Phlebotomist (blood drawing). The primary goal is to instill the latest information on blood collection techniques, skills and equipment for a safe and effective specimen collection, thus enhancing the customer service experience and promoting patient care.

The training is designed to provide the student with theoretical and technical introductory skills of a phlebotomist. Discussions include anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, medical terminology, structures of the health care system and clinical laboratory, safety, types of laboratory analyses, specimen collection including techniques, equipment, sources of error, and medical legal issues surrounding the practice of phlebotomy. 

A charge of $75.00 will be assessed on cancellations occurring within 14 days of the start of this session.

Course Resources
Please contact Maureen Hebert, Associate Dean, for additional information and/or questions.

Available Sessions