Hours: 165 class, Tuesday-Thursday, 5:00p-9:30p, and clinical observation hours
Cost: Tuition is approximately $475.20, plus books & fees (Click to see all related charges)
Testing Requirements:
Prerequisites: Minimum age 18, high school diploma or GED
Location: LTC Main Campus
Phlebotomy Master Plan of Instruction
Mission: The mission of the Phlebotomy program is to prepare a student for employment as phlebotomist or to cross train a health care worker with phlebotomy skills.

What you’ll learn

  • Essential skills necessary to perform venipuncture
  • Safety and infection control
  • Patient communication and education
  • Law and ethics
OCP Course Number Course Title Course Length
A HSC0003 Basic Healthcare Worker 90 hrs
B MEA0520 Phlebotomist 75 hrs

Industry Certifications

  • N/A

Employment Opportunities

  • Walk-in clinics
  • Labs
  • Doctors’ offices

Starting Salaries

Vary, ranging from $16,000 to $22,000* *Based on local industry information
Completion Rate* – 95% Placement Rate* – 77% Licensure Pass Rate* – N/A For employment information, visit *Data as reported to COE and is updated annually in December of each calendar year.

Required Book List

  1. Phlebotomy: A Competency Based Approach, ISBN 9780073513843, McGraw Hill

Steps to Enroll

  1. Apply for financial aid, if applicable
  2. Complete the online application
  3. Meet with a counselor/career advisor
  4. Register and pay tuition and fees
  5. Purchase books and supplies
  6. Complete the new student orientation online prior to the first day of class

Online Component

  • None

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