Phlebotomy Training

Phlebotomy Training

Not for the faint of heart, being a phlebotomist puts you in charge of collecting the essence of life: blood. Phlebotomy training will be offered at the MLK Center.  

General Course Information

Drug and Syringe

What do Phlebotomists do? 
 

Phlebotomists draw blood from individuals in clinical/hospital settings. 

Workspace

What classes do I have to take? 

Financial Literacy 
Soft Skills Training 
Phlebotomy lecture and lab 

Typing on a Computer

When is it offered/when does it start? 
 

See schedule for dates and times. Schedule may be viewed online at: empoweringthemasses.org 

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How much does it cost? (Cost varies depending on what you are missing with immunizations) 
 

Please complete our contact to learn more information regarding course pricing.

Scholarships and grants are available to those who qualify.

Meeting Room

Where are the classes held? 
 

Online

Hands on - hands on site and times vary from semester to semester.

Students are responsible for their own transportation arrangements to campus.

Liability insurance -

Please complete our contact to learn more information regarding course pricing.

Scholarships and grants are available to those who qualify.

Textbook-$60 (new) or Free PDF

National Healthcareer Association Phlebotomy Exam - $117.00

Studying

How much will learn? 
 

$14-16 per hour, wages will increase with shift differentials, experience and national credentialing. 

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Am I certified when I finish the courses? 
 

These courses will provide you with the knowledge and skills required by the National Healthcareer Association for certification as a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT). To become certified requires passing the phlebotomy exam offered by the National Healthcareer Association. You will be given information on the exam in class. 

This information packet contains specific application guidelines and requirements. By submitting an application packet, an individual verifies that they have (1) read the packet thoroughly, (2) obtained all necessary documents, and (3) understood the policies and procedures for application and acceptance to PHLEBOTOMY. 
 

Application packets with incomplete materials will be disqualified. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is considered acceptable vaccination records?

 
Documents submitted from any private clinic, Dallas County Health Clinic or Hospital. All records must include a date of vaccine and doses for Hep B series. Your vaccination documentation must 
include a physician/nurse/PA signature or official stamp for verification. Phlebotomy students can submit an official high school transcript that may include most vaccination verification on back of transcript. 

Where can I obtain my shot records? 


Dallas County Health & Human Services if you lived in Dallas and were immunized in Dallas County, http://www.dallascounty.org/department/hhs/immunizations.html 

Do I still need the varicella vaccine if I had chickenpox as a child? 


Yes, a statement from a physician or parent indicating previous varicella disease history is no longer accepted. 

When should I start financial aid paperwork? 


As soon as possible, all students are responsible for financial obligations if approved for registration and upon registration. It is the student's responsibility to follow up with scholarship.

Available to those who qualify

please ask about the qualification requirements.

Do you have questions?

or Call (469) 554-0242