Phlebotomy Technician Class

Phlebotomy Technician Class - $900

Lifesaver Training Institutes phlebotomy certification class is comprehensive and prepares you to take the NHA National Certification exam to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician(CPT). Our instructors will guide you as you learn a variety of phlebotomy techniques. In addition, you will receive your AHA BLS for the Healthcare Provider CPR certification and AHA Bloodborne Pathogens certification.

Our Phlebotomy Program provides the student with skills and training in order to succeed as a phlebotomist. This course consists of 56 hours of classroom time including lecture and hands on practice labs, plus a 40-hour clinical externship at a local hospital or lab. The hours of the externship are site-specific.

Our instructors will help guide you as you learn a variety of blood drawing techniques, safety standards, basic anatomy and physiology, and other areas such as:


  • AHA BLS for the Healthcare Provider CPR Certification
  • HIPAA and Patient's Rights
  • Universal Precautions and Safety (Includes AHA Bloodborne Pathogens Certification
  • Venipuncture with Vacutainers, Butterflys and Syringes
  • Finger and Heel Sticks
  • Blood and Blood Components
  • Medical Laboratory Terminology
  • Test Tubes – Uses, Additives and Order of Draw
  • Professionalism
  • Special Procedures - Bleeding Times, Blood Cultures, Glucose Tolerance Testing

Phlebotomy Program Admissions Requirements:

  • 18 Years of Age or Older
  • High School Diploma, GED, or International High School Diploma Equivalency

Cost: $900 (**The NHA National exam fee, and textbook not included**)

Payment Options:
  • $900 Payment in Full
  • $300 Deposit and Three Payments of $200. Final Payment is due before the last day of class!


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National Certification as a Certified EKG Technician

Lifesaver Training Institute is an approved partner of the National Healthcareer Association. Students who have successfully completed the Phlebotomy Technician Program will be given the option to sit for an accredited national examination through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT). This is optional and employment is not contingent upon successful completion; although it may make an individual more competitive in the job market.


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