Phlebotomy is the name for drawing blood, derived from the greek word “Phlebo-” meaning pertaining to a blood vessel and “-tomia” meaning cutting off. A person that draws blood is called a phlebotomist, and the actual procedure associated with phlebotomy is called venipuncture. Looking for an accreddited phlebotomy training program?
California Licensed CPT I Course
Certified Phlebotomy Training(CPT I) Full Course
Additional Phlebotomy Courses
Blood Withdrawal & Abbreviated Phlebotomy Courses
Class Pricing & Payment Options
Financing and pay as you go options available
Obtain a national and California state phlebotomy certification with our Phlebotomy Full Course (Phlebotomy Full Course (CPT I). Simply submit your official or unofficial high school or GED transcript or equivalent and enroll for in our phlebotomy program. Our phlebotomy classes begin every month and come in different schedule formats including:
- 5 weeks, Monday-Friday day classes
- 10 weeks, Saturday & Sunday weekend phlebotomy classes
- 5 weeks, Monday-Friday evening classes
Time to Completion
Each class consists of 40 hours of didactic phlebotomy training and 40-60 hours of hands on practical training. Our course also includes the national phlebotomy exam and an additional 40-120 hour clinical phlebotomy externship at one of our affiliated hospitals or clinics. The variance in time depends on the site, available resources and hands-on phlebotomy training exposure. PhlebotomyU offers tailored student career resources to assist with careers in phlebotomy including becoming a certified phlebotomy technician.
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