Phlebotomy Technician Technical Diploma, 16 credits
Program Code: 30-513-1
For more information: www.wctc.edu/phlebotomy
A phlebotomy technician’s primary responsibility is drawing blood and conducting other specimen collections. The phlebotomist must recognize any conditions that might alter collections, correlate types of lab tests to the written diagnosis, and communicate with both the laboratory and the patients to provide the best care possible. In the Phlebotomy Technician program, learn to draw blood from a patient for laboratory analysis, understand lab test requirements and maintain specimen quality.
- Prepare for jobs such as donor specialist, medical laboratory technician, phlebotomist or phlebotomy technician.
- Upon program completion, be prepared to take the Phlebotomy certification exam.
A grade point of 2.0 (C) or better is required in all courses to complete the program.
Related Certificates you can earn along the way.
1. Adhere to infection control and safe practices.
2. Perform specimen collection.
3. Process specimens.
4. Comply with legal regulations.
5. Model professional behaviors.
|501-104||Culture of Healthcare||2|
Approved Substitute: 801-136
|501-107||Digital Literacy Healthcare||2|
|509-309||Medical Law, Ethics & Profess||2|
|513-112||Phlebotomy 3 Cred||3|
|513-162||Introduction to Phlebotomy||4|