Phlebotomy Aide

Phlebotomists are medical professionals who draw blood from patients for various lab tests and procedures.

Program Objective

The purpose of this 75-hour program is to prepare students for employment in a hospital, doctor’s office or laboratory as phlebotomists SOC Code  31-9097. The program sequence of instruction consists of 2 occupational completion points.

  • Basic Healthcare Worker (90 hours)
  • Phlebotomist (75 hours)

Course Standards

  • Obtain adequate and correct blood  specimens by capillary or venipuncture
  • Preparing blood smears
  • Labeling specimen accurately
  • Sorting and recording specimen
  • Preparing collection trays
  • Emergency procedures (CPR)
  • Collecting timed specimens
  • Centrifuging specimen
  • Blood collecting duties


  • Must complete a TABE Test for Reading, Language, and Math
  • Uniforms are mandatory. Navy Blue Scrubs and Leather Sneakers.

How to Register?

Registration is Monday – Thursday in the Vocational Office, Room 2333 between 3:00-8:00 pm

Course Schedule:
Monday – Thursday | 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Office: (305) 981-6774

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