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The Phlebotomy Program provides students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to safely draw blood, label and maintain specimens. This program consists of 80 hours (50 hours of classroom instruction and 30 hours of clinical/lab experience).
*While CDE CAREER INSTITUTE actively assists students in their job search; we cannot guarantee employment to any student. If local employment opportunities are not available, relocation may be necessary.
Academic Requirements for Graduation from the Phlebotomy Technician Program
Students must earn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 (Equivalent to GRADE C or ABOVE) to graduate from the program. While attendance is not calculated into individual course grades or the overall GPA, students must be scheduled for a minimum of 90% of the program’s total clock hours through scheduled attendance or make-up sessions, achieve a minimum attendance rate of at least 70%, and receive a final grade for all courses in order to graduate from the program.
There will be no charge for make-up sessions.
|Introduction to Phlebotomy
|Venipuncture equipment/Continued Special Collection
|Specimen handling, transfer and processing
|Legal issues in Phlebotomy
|Metric system measurements