PHLEBOTOMY

165 hours
6 weeks

NOT
 
PELL ELIGIBLE
Program # H170302
CIP # 0351.100901

(Summer term only)

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Phlebotomists work in blood banks, hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities drawing blood from patients in preparation for medical testing. As a Phlebotomist, you must be able to work directly with patients and have the ability to calm them. Safety is key in phlebotomy and all safety precautions must be taken to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases.

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION:

Draw blood for tests, transfusions, donations, or research. May explain the procedure to patients and assist in the recovery of patients with adverse reactions.

PRE-REGISTRATION COSTS:

Level 2 Screening $52.75

PROGRAM STRUCTURE:

The following table illustrates the PSAV program structure:

COURSE #

OCP

COURSE DESCRIPTION

HOURS

Resident Tuition Per Term

Non-Resident Tuition Per Term

LAB

Fee

HSC0003

A

Basic Healthcare Worker

90

$250.00

$946.00

 

MEA0520

B

Phlebotomist

75

$194.00

$774.00

$160.00

 

 

TOTAL

165

$604.00

$1,880.00

$160.00

 

Additional Costs:

Resident

Non-Resident

Registration Fee

$10.00

$10.00

Class VIIIA Student Liability Insurance

$31.00

$31.00

Approximate Books/Supplies

$245.00

$245.00

Approximate Total Program Cost:

$900.00

$2,200.00

PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

AGE: 18 years or older

DIPLOMA: Standard High School Diploma or Equivalent

Level 2 Screening @WCSB; proof of CPR certification

PROGRAM ADMISSION RECOMMENDATION:

TABE (Level A): MATH 10.0 LANGUAGE 10.0 READING 10.0 or meet other basic skill recommendations

 

Industry Certification: Certified Phlebotomist - $105.00

Advisory Salary Range:
$20,880 - $35,060

Florida Panhandle:
$20,880 - $35,060

PH Average:
$26,020

State Average:
$27,300

National Average:
$30,200



Program Completion Rate: 100%

Program Placement Rate: 100%

Program Certification Pass Rate: 0%