The St. Charles Phlebotomy Training program provides students with the basic skills needed to become a phlebotomist in various employment opportunities. This 8-week comprehensive course consists of 48 hours of lectures, hands-on skills labs, and assessments. Topics include anatomy & physiology, blood collection theory & handling, safety, and applicable laws & regulations governing phlebotomy.
At the end of the course, students will be prepared for the NHA (National Healthcareer Association) CPT Certification exam. With a CPT certification, you will have the credentials you need to set yourself apart from other applicants as you embark on a rewarding healthcare career. A CPT will improve your marketability in a growing and rewarding field like phlebotomy.
IMPORTANT: You MUST take the NHA exam to receive your certificate of completion!
NOW Enrolling for Fall 2022
|M/W||8/22-10/17||10 AM-1 PM||Register|
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Phlebotomy Online Study Guide: $75
Deposit Fee: $50
NHA Test Fee: $117
Learn more about this exciting career at an upcoming ZOOM orientation. All students MUST attend an orientation to enroll.
NOTE: CLASS WITHDRAWAL: Refunds for classes 8 weeks or longer have a non-refundable deposit/registration fee. If you cancel a course at any time, a refund will be provided, less the amount of the deposit. If you elect to keep your funds on account for future use, you will be granted a one-time transfer for your deposit/registration fee. No refunds, transfers, or credits will be granted on or after the course start date.
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