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Phlebotomy Skills for Healthcare


Train now for a job in the high demand position as a Phlebotomist! A phlebotomist is an individual trained to draw blood, either for laboratory tests or blood donation. This course provides classroom instruction with live draw practice. The focus is on five integral components centered on the collection and transportation of laboratory specimens: Knowledge, technical skills, decision making, documentation and training responsibilities. Graduates of the course will be certified by GRCC. Our course aligns with the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) classroom instruction curriculum requirements.

Click here to download the Phlebotomy Program Information & Requirements.

  • If you graduated from a Michigan high school within the last 3 years, you completed WorkKeys tests that make up the National Career Readiness Certificate. Previous scores within the 3 year window may be submitted to meet this pre-requisite. Contact your high school to retrieve your scores, or call ACT WorkKeys at 1-800-967-5539.

  • Phlebotomy students are required to attend an Orientation session prior to class. To register, click here.

    Course Section (Please Note:  This course section is full. No seats are currently available.)
    Course: CEGH 160-00
    Term: 1333
    Section Number: 3
    Schedule Number: 17548
    Instructor(s): Deborah Bates
    Location: Calkins Science Center Rm 441
    Dates: Mar. 7 - May 10, 2017 (Tue. & Wed., 5 - 7:30 p.m.)
    Units: Non-Credit
    Seats Remaining: 0
    Enrollment Options (Select One):
           Registration $1,195.00
           Registration - Payment 1 of 2 (Due Upon Registration) $600.00
           Registration - Payment 2 of 2 (Due March 21, 2017) $595.00

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