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Phlebotomy Technician
Technical Certificate of Credit

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Program Description
The goal of the Phlebotomy Technician program is to provide a structured sequence of courses that will enable persons to either be employed in the phlebotomy technician area or to increase their proficiency in their current job. The overall objective is to provide short-term training that will adequately prepare the student for entry-level jobs.
Program Length
A minimum of 20 credit hours is required for graduation.
Length of program varies with student’s ability to schedule classes.

Salary Range
$16,000 to $20,000 annually

Career Opportunities
Phlebotomists work in many locations including hospitals, physician’s offices, and clinics. Nursing personnel benefit from phlebotomy training in many areas. Job outlook is good.

Career Traits/Requirements
Phlebotomists must have good customer service skills, attention to detail, manual dexterity, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, ability to handle stressful situations, ability to multi-task, and good clerical skills.

Additional Requirements
Hepatitis B Vaccination, PPD test and documented proof of all shot records.

Entrance Date
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Program Courses


Occupational Education


AHS 1011

Anatomy and Physiology


AHS 109

Medical Terminology for Allied Health Sciences


PHL 103

Introduction to Venipuncture


PHL 105

Clinical Practice


Total Required Credits for Graduation



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