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Phlebotomy Technician

Program Quick Facts

Join the Ever-Growing Health Care Field with this Short-Term Certification Program

This 90 hour course with a 40-hour externship, combines academic and hands-on classroom instruction. Off-site experiences are offered as they are available. Students will learn to safely collect actual blood samples, clean and sterilize equipment, and use infection control precautions. Successful completion of the course will qualify students to take the national certification exam, Phlebotomy Technician Certification CPT, to become a Phlebotomy Technician. Employment opportunities include hospitals, labs, blood banks, nursing homes, or physician offices.

100% in-class attendance is required.

Great Oaks training complies with outcomes for certified phlebotomy training classes as approved by the National Health Career Association®.

 Learn more about a typical career in this field!

* Please note: This program is not eligible for Pell Grant or Stafford Loans (FAFSA®). Please click here to view other types of assistance. 


Steps of Enrollment

  1. Fill out the application 
  2. Submit copy of HS diploma/HSE
  3. Physical exam*
  4. Two-step TB test*
  5. Send in immunization record (MRR, Varicella, Tdap, Hepatitis B 3-dose series)
  6. Take the WorkKeys Tests (must achieve a level 4 or higher)
  7. FBI & BCI background check 
  8. Register for class with full payment or funding 

Requirements Once Class Starts 

  • Drug screen*
  • Flu shot* (during flu season)
  • Updated resume 
  • Release form 
  • CPR* (offered during class) 

* may be additional cost 

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The Phlebotomy Technician program is offered at Great Oaks by Condensed Curriculum International (CCI). Since 1993, CCI has supported schools in communities nationwide with educational programs focused on healthcare and other in-demand disciplines.