COM’s Phlebotomy Technician Program is a noncredit, nontransferable program to prepare students for the workforce. Through classroom instruction, labs and clinical rotations, students are trained to succeed in this fast-paced yet rewarding health care field.
Students learn types of blood collections, proper techniques and universal precautions. Students also can participate in the clinical setting, which allows them to apply the skills and knowledge learned in the classroom.
The program prepares students to take the national licensure exam.
Who Should Attend
- You are interested in working in health care and want to complete training quickly
- You enjoy helping other people
- You are detail-oriented
- You enjoy a fast-paced work environment
- You have a calm demeanor
Applicants need a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate. Consider contacting the Adult Basic Education office if you do not meet the diploma requirement at 409-933-8294.
Clinical sites require participants to have updated immunizations, background checks, drug screens and verified IDs.
An application is required prior to registration.
Occupational summary for Phlebotomists
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