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The phlebotomy certificate provides hands-on training to develop the entry-level skills necessary to be employed as a phlebotomist. This one-semester program includes a lecture-lab environment with state-of-the-art simulation software and an internship in a clinical placement site. Our training prepares you for industry certification with the National Health Careers Association to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician.
Tuesday, May 11, 2020 for summer and Monday, August 3, 2020, for fall at midnight
For summer, May 26, 2020 and for fall, August 24, 2020
Our training prepares you for industry certification with the National HealthCareers Association to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician.
Please be aware that this program is seven credits and therefore not financial aid eligible. Due to this restriction, once you have been accepted into the phlebotomy program, you must either pay in full or make payment arrangements to pay for the course.
The estimates provided here apply only to Colorado residents and are subject to change. You must live in the state of Colorado for at least one continuous year prior to the first day of classes to be eligible for in-state tuition. The actual costs for the program will vary, depending on the
|Standard Tuition Rate Per Credit Hour (After COF)||$148.90|
|Scrubs (Must be ordered through Crazy Scrubs)||$56.00|
|Certification exam study guide||69.00|
|CPT online exam fee||117.00|
|My clinical exchange account||39.50|
Scholarships are now available for short certificates at CCD. Please visit the scholarship website and see if you are eligible.
This program is not eligible for federal student aid.
Externship schedules during the second 7 weeks of the semester will be dependent upon assignment and internship site schedule.
The median annual wage for phlebotomist was $16.58 hourly or $34,480 annually in 2018.
The information provided here is by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook.