Phlebotomy Technicians collect samples from patients for laboratory tests in a skillful, safe, and reliable manner. This class will include practical hands on experience so that you will be prepared for a successful future as a phlebotomist. However, due to current situations, a portion of this course may use online components. Therefore, regular access to a computer/internet access is required. Externships are based upon site availability and student requirements; the current situation may impact this as well. While there are jobs as a “Phlebotomist”, many students choose to learn this skill as a part of enhancing their future opportunities. Books and supplies are included in the class. After completing all of the requirements needed, you will be able to sit for a national certification. If the thought of learning to draw blood sounds exciting as your future career choice, register today!
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Tuition and Funding Options
Financial Assistance, Grant Funding and Sallie Mae Loans may be available for eligible students.
To learn more about this fast-track career training program, visit laurelridgeworkforce.com/PT
Computer/Regular internet access is required for all Healthcare Fast-Track Career Training Programs. Programs will require both in-class and out-of-class learning.
In order to sit for an National Healthcareer Association (NHA) exam, students must have a High School Diploma, GED or are scheduled to earn a GED in the next 12 months.
Need To Know Information – Download the Healthcare Program Student Handbook for this program. Visit laurelridgeworkforce.com/HNTK
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