Our Phlebotomy program covers all of the duties of the practice, including venipuncture, skin puncture, syringe with transfer unit, and special collection procedures, i.e. urinalysis.
Students also gain important experience with quality control, infection control, safety procedures, and laboratory computer systems.
This part-time program only takes six weeks, which allows students to join the workforce quickly. Students successfully completing this course and internship may apply for the Phlebotomy Technician Certification through the National Healthcare Association. Those who complete the program have a wide variety of job opportunities available.
Learn more about career advancement, licensing and credit transfering for Phlebotomy and other Health Science and Administration programs with our HSA Road Map.
2018–2019 Program Dates
Please note that end dates are approximate. Internships begin after program end date.
Due to high program demand, some start dates may be on a waitlist. To be added to a waitlist, you will need to complete the admissions steps and meet with an advisor.
|Start Date||End Date||Days||Time||Status|
|8/20/2018||9/20/2018 (plus internship)||M–Th||5:00pm–9:00pm||Closed|
|10/15/2018||11/15/2018 (plus internship)||M–Th||5:00pm–9:00pm||Closed|
|1/7/2019||2/7/2019 (plus internship)||M–Th||5:00pm–9:00pm||Closed|
|3/4/2019||4/10/2019 (plus internship)||M–Th||5:00pm–9:00pm||Closed|
|5/13/2019||6/13/2019 (plus internship)||M–Th||5:00pm–9:00pm||Waitlist Full|
2018–2019 Program Cost
- Total Credit Hours: 5
- Estimated In-State Tuition Cost: $800 (books may add to your final cost)
It's free to apply to Emily Griffith Technical College. You're under no obligation once you apply. Filling out an application allows us to connect you with people who can provide more information about your preferred studies and career goals.
|Occupation||Projected Job Growth 2014-2024||10% Wage||25% Wage||Median Wage||90% Wage|
Wage information is based on the O*NET Online Occupational Database and Career One Stop for the Denver Metro Area. Entry-level employees can expect wages between the 10% and 25% rates in the first 1-3 years in a job. The 90% Wage is typical of someone who has been working in the occupation for 7 years or more.
*Salary is not guaranteed and should be used as a guideline only.
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