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Program Description

Top Knowledge’s 160-clock hour phlebotomy technician training program is composed of theory, laboratory and clinical components. The theory portion consists of 50 clock hours, the laboratory portion is 30 clock hours and the clinical portion is 80 clock hours. The program can be completed in as little as 7-8 weeks. The phlebotomy technician training program prepares students to collect and process blood samples for laboratory analysis. Students will learn information about basic anatomy and physiology, the healthcare delivery system, blood collection equipment, venipuncture and capillary puncture techniques, medical, legal and ethical implications of blood collection and more.

Students will have the opportunity to gain real hands on experience by performing live sticks on one another during the laboratory component of the program. Also, Top Knowledge students will have the unique opportunity in completing a 80 clock hour clinical experience. This experience will allow our students to put the theoretical aspects of the Phlebotomy Technician training program into practice.

Upon program completion, the graduate will be eligible to become nationally certified as a Phlebotomy Technician with the National Healthcareer Association (NHA).

Enrollment Requirements for Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

  1. To register for the Phlebotomy Training Program, applicants must complete items 3-6 at the time of registration.
  2. Eligible students may be able to receive a $500 Jack F. Tolbert Grant. Click on the link to apply https://tkhci.com/scholarships/.
  3. Complete our enrollment application in person
  4. Bring your photo ID and your social security card
  5. Bring your $100.00 registration fee. Payments can be made by credit card (VISA, Mastercard, and American Express) or money order
  6. Bring your high school diploma , GED or high school transcript
  7. Current BLS Healthcare Provider or CPR card from American Red Cross or American Heart Association. The school will offer a CPR class once during the course of the program. Cost of the CPR class is $60.
  8.  Acceptable background check and a clear drug screen

Daytime Phlebotomy Technician Training Class Schedule

  • 7 weeks in duration
  • Includes 5 weeks of classroom and 2 weeks of clinical
  • Class hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 am-2 pm
  • Clinical hours: Students are required to complete 80 hours of clinical in order to successfully complete the phlebotomy training program. Please contact the school for more information.
Daytime Program Start DateDaytime Program End Date
January 13February 28

Evening Phlebotomy Technician Training Class Schedule

  • 7 weeks in duration
  • Includes 5 weeks of classroom and 2 weeks of clinical
  • Class hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5 pm to 10 pm
  • Clinical hours: Students are required to complete 80 hours of clinical in order to successfully complete the phlebotomy training program. Please contact the school for more information.
Evening Program Start DateEvening Program End Date
January 13February 28

Weekend Phlebotomy Technician Training Class Schedule

  • 8 weeks in duration
  • Includes 6 weeks of classroom and 2 weeks of clinical
  • Class hours: Saturday and Sunday from 9 am-3:40 pm
  • Clinical hours: Students are required to complete 80 hours of clinical in order to successfully complete the phlebotomy training program. Please contact the school for more information.
Weekend Program Start DateWeekend Program End Date
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Phlebotomy Technician Training Program Costs

Please Note: Eligible students may be able to receive a $500 Jack F. Tolbert Grant. Click on the link to apply https://tkhci.com/scholarships/.

Grand Total$1, 700.00
Registration Fee$100.00
Tuition $1, 500.00
Textbooks$100.00

Payment Plans

AmountDue Date
$100.00At Registration
$500.00First Day of Class
$600.00Week 3
$500.00Week 5

To learn more about enrolling in Top Knowledge Healthcare Institute’s Phlebotomy Technician training program, contact us today.

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