Our individualized teaching approach provides our students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the industry.

No, our teaching method has proven to be effective with students regardless of past work experience. For many of our students, the first time they handle a needle is in our class.

A licensed Phlebotomist has many career options available to them. For example, you could work at Medical Clinics, Blood Banks, Health Fairs, Plasma Donation Centers, a Physicians Office, Labratories, Hospitals and many more options are available to you.

Yes, Phlebotomy Training Academy and our curriculum have been approved by the appropriate bureaus and Laboratory Field Services.

You must be 18 years or older and have a high school diploma or equivelant.

No, there is not.

Not right now, but we do provide you with the option of paying a $250 to reserve your spot in class giving you time to secure the rest of the funds.

You will be able to select a site from one of the various locations Phlebotomy Training Academy has an established relationship with.

Here are the steps along with a brief timeline:

1. Complete your 40 hours of hands on classroom training (2 weeks if you select a weekday option, 5 Saturdays if you go with the Saturday classes).
2. Complete your 40 hour Externship (this is typically done over a 1 week period of time).
3. Pass the National Exam (we recommend waiting 2 weeks to study before taking the exam).
4. Once you’ve passed the exam you need to submit your application to become a Licensed Phlebotomist (your approval can come in as soon as 3 weeks or as long as 3 months depending on how long it takes for the application to be processed).

You will need to complete 6.0 hours of Continuing Education Units and submit those hours along with $100 payment to LFS (Laboratory Field Services)