Allied Health Programs

Phlebotomy Tech Training Class

This phlebotomist technician training program is perfect for those looking to learn and earn in a growing allied health field. Here’s what you can expect…

  • Complete in Just 3 Weeks*
  • Flexible Learning Environment
  • Day & Night Classes Available

*Completion time may vary based on preferred class schedule and student availability.

Are phlebotomy classes right for me?

Completing a postsecondary phlebotomy program can be a great career move for those interested in working in a hospital, physician’s office, lab, or blood center. With employment in this field on the rise, a career in phlebotomy offers steady income driven by the need for quality healthcare.

Our instructor-led classes use a mix of theory and practical lab skills (in-class blood drawing) to provide the training and tools needed to succeed in phlebotomy.

What can I expect to learn in this program?

Over the course of 120 hours, this program teaches essential phlebotomy principles, including safety guidelines, medical terminology, human anatomy, equipment, and much more. The curriculum also explores procedures for collecting, handling, and testing specimens (blood samples), as well as any health or legal-related issues that may arise in this type of work.

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Vitali is now enrolling allied health students who are interested in starting or advancing their career with convenient, engaging learning.

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If you’re just beginning your search for the right allied health partner or program, we’re here to help. Whether you’re looking to advance your career or start fresh in a new field, get access to everything you need to succeed when you choose Vitali for your training and education.

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  • Affordable Degree Alternatives
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is allied health?

Allied health professions are what they sound like: allies to other healthcare professions. Typically, medical professionals in these fields provide diagnostic, technical, therapeutic, or support services, including but not limited to disorder identification, disease prevention, nutrition, rehabilitation, and many others.

These programs are different from RN, PA, and MD programs, which require more extensive schooling at a higher cost. Allied health programs exist for a wide variety of specialities, from CNAs to EMTs to Ultrasound Techs and beyond. Vitali exists to make it easy for allied health students in select specialties to complete their desired programs and feel confident on their path to a brighter future.

What does a phlebotomist do?

Phlebotomists are responsible for: locating veins and drawing blood, calmly interacting with patients, labeling samples, entering data into systems, and so on. They are also responsible for keeping a clean, organized work space and sterilizing or sanitizing instruments as needed.

Are there any prerequisites for this program?

To register for this program, you must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. No prior studying is required.

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