Health Sciences Department | C.C. Certificate of Completion | 6 months
A phlebotomy certificate from CCC is a fast track to a health care career. You could become a certified phlebotomist after just six months of classes.
What is a Phlebotomist?
Phlebotomists are trained to collect blood samples from people. They work in clinics, hospitals and laboratories.
Phlebotomy technicians collect blood from patients and prepare the samples for testing. Most work in hospitals and clinics, but some collect blood for donation purposes. Phlebotomy technicians are important members of the health care team and often need to explain the blood-drawing procedure and put patients at ease.
Phlebotomy Certificate program is an entry-level program with opportunity for students to seek professional development and growth.
Application deadlines and due dates for cohort 2 (spring-summer) 2024
Application due for cohort two (spring-summer)
Notification of application status for cohort two (spring-summer)
Mandatory orientation for conditionally accepted students for cohort 2 (spring-summer)
Phlebotomy Application Process
Meet with an academic advisor
Health Sciences academic advisors are available in person or via Zoom.
Submit program application
The Phlebotomy Program application requires prospective students to answer one essay question and select cohort preference
You will receive notification when your application is received.
Phlebotomy Essay Questions
Phlebotomy Core Requirement
Complete the following Core Requirements
- Fundamentals of Phlebotomy
- Phlebotomy Techniques
- Professionalism for Phlebotomists
- Professionalism in Healthcare
- Phlebotomy Practicum