EXTERNSHIP: Clinical instruction provides hands-on training in venipuncture technique, laboratory assisting, and administrative office duties.
JOB OUTLOOK: The need for Phlebotomists will remain high as doctors and other health-care professionals require blood work for analysis and diagnoses. According to U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, the national demand of phlebotomy technicians is forecast to grow by an estimated 24% by 2026.
CERTIFICATION: Upon completion of the program, the student will qualify to apply to the State of California as a Certified Phlebotomy Technician 1 (CPT1).
Become a Phlebotomist in 4 Steps:
- Classroom Time—48 hours (Remote Live)
- National Exam—2 hours on campus
- Externship—40 hours in clinical setting
- Submit Documents to the State of California
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Installment plan also available!
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REQUIREMENTS: Minimum HS Diploma/GED,
18 years+, Scrubs (new, used, or borrowed).
*Registration fee includes books, supplies, study guides, all class materials, exam preparation, and externship. Fee does NOT include State License fee of $100, National Certification exam fee of $117, or scrubs. See detailed requirements in the student handbook at www.wlac.edu/westside/PhlebotomyStudentHandbook.pdf
INSTRUCTOR: This course is taught by the staff of the AUMT Institute, one of the top phlebotomy schools in the state of California.