Advanced Phlebotomy for CPT1 License

1040 hours or more of on-the-job phlebotomy experience

This course is designed for students with at least 1040 hours or more of on-the-job phlebotomy experience* and are seeking to obtain a CPT I license. It includes the 20 hours of advanced Phlebotomy didactic required by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and is offered during the week and on weekends.

Students will also need to pass the National Exam for Phlebotomy Technicians in order to be eligible to apply for a CPT I license. Students who have not yet taken the National Exam exam can sign up via PhlebotomyU.

Prerequisites:

  • Signed Letter of Experience
  • Proof of High School Education (High School diploma, transcript, GED or equivalent)
CPT1 License

*Per the CDPH, work experience in California as an unlicensed laboratory staff person will not be accepted as qualification toward any clinical laboratory license.  Also, biotech/pharmaceutical, forensic, academic, veterinary, research, and student laboratory experience cannot count as work experience or training for any clinical license.

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Basic & Advanced Phlebotomy

40 – 1040 Hours of on-the-job phlebotomy experience

This course is designed for students with at 40 – 1040 hours of on-the-job phlebotomy experience* and are seeking to obtain a CPTI license. It includes the 20 hours of Basic Phlebotomy Didactic and 20 hours of Advanced Phlebotomy Didactic required by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and is offered during the week and on weekends.

Students will also need to pass the National Exam for Phlebotomy Technicians in order to be eligible to apply for a CPTI license. Students who have not yet taken the National Exam exam can sign up via PhlebotomyU.

Prerequisites:

  • Signed Letter of Experience
  • Proof of High School Education (High School diploma, transcript, GED or equivalent)
Advanced phlebotomy Training

*Per the CDPH, work experience in California as an unlicensed laboratory staff person will not be accepted as qualification toward any clinical laboratory license.  Also, biotech/pharmaceutical, forensic, academic, veterinary, research, and student laboratory experience cannot count as work experience or training for any clinical license.

CPT1 License Completion: Enroll via DocuSign

  1. Select CPTI Advanced Course OR CPT I Basic and Advanced Course
  2. Choose the Month-Class Time you would like to attend the Course
  3. Upload a copy of your high school diploma, transcript or GED and your signed Letter of Experience
  4. Pay the $150 non-refundable registration fee online
  5. Submit your Registration Form

You will be contacted by an administrator to complete the enrollment process to begin the CPT1 license process. Contact us if you have any questions or issues registering.