Phlebotomy - Short and Evening Class
Length 165 hours Admissions Contact Dennis Johnston firstname.lastname@example.org Registration Packet Download
Program Cost Download
January 2017 Program Information Download
Next start date: Next start date will be announced in August 2017.This class is filled from a list that will open on January 1, 2017. Documentation (e.g. Proof of Medical insurance) will be required. Please do not submit any paperwork until the list is formerly opened. Preparing paperwork early may result in costly expired documents. The opening of the waiting list will be announced on this Web Page.”
Applicants may return packets at Student Services on the Clearwater campus:
Student Service Hours: Monday thru Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. OR Friday 7:00 a.m. to NoonFor immunization requirements, please click here, to print the form. Refer to the "Allied Health Assistant" requirements for the Phlebotomy program. Click here for additional Health Screening Form explanations.
For textbook ordering information please click here.The Pinellas Technical College (PTC) Phlebotomy class is designed to prepare students to perform as a professional phlebotomist, primarily drawing blood. The class is about 4 months in length (165 hours). Based on the 2016-2017 School Year the cost is about $900.00 due on the first day of class. There is no federal financial aid available. (For current pricing view the Program Cost link above)
The class is delivered in a blended format:
- Online (90 hours)
- In-class Schedule: Monday and Wednesday 5:00-8:00 p.m. (30 hours).
- Clinicals Monday-Friday with shifts between 4:00-6:30 a.m. and 8:00-10:30 a.m. (45 hours).
After completion of the program a student may sit for the American Medical Technologist’s exam to become a Registered Phlebotomy Technician - RPT. (Required to work in industry)Mission: The mission of the Phlebotomy program is to provide learning experiences that, when successfully completed, prepare students to demonstrate the skills and behaviors congruent with those of professional phlebotomists.
Phlebotomist - (165 hours) – Consists of theory and application of phlebotomy; basic anatomy, infection control and isolation techniques, principles/methods of collection of specimens by capillary or venipuncture, labeling specimens and distributing samples to appropriate laboratory sections and preparing collection trays for specimen procurement. Also, covers basic health care and safety procedures, employability, communications, interpersonal skills, basic mathematics, science and computer literacy.
Special Admission Requirements: Specific health occupations admission guidelines (immunizations, background check, etc.) is available online in the registration packet.
Distance Education: The blended online program is a combination of distance learning, live classroom/lab activities and clinical experiences. For additional information go to the 'Online Programs and Courses' page.
Industry Certification(s): Completion of the Phlebotomy program qualifies the graduate to sit for the American Medical Technologist’s exam to become a Registered Phlebotomy Technician - RPT (AMT)
This class is not PELL eligible.
Minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirement: 80%
Minimum Attendance Requirement: 90%
* Length of program and all costs are approximate and subject to change.