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Certified Phlebotomy Technician I
This short term departmental certificate is offered in partnership with Barton Health Care System and prepares students for the California state examination to become "Certified Phlebotomy Technicians, I." The program includes both basic and advanced classroom instruction and is designed for all beginning students and for phlebotomists with less than 1,040 hours of phlebotomy experience. The two-course sequence begins in the Winter quarter with HEA144A (Phlebotomy Training, Part 1 – Didactic) and concludes in the Spring quarter with HEA144B (Phlebotomy Training, Part 2 - Clinical). Successful certificate completion requires perfect attendance and a final grade of "Passing" or higher (defined as 84% or higher) in HEA144A and 50 successful patient venipunctures and 10 successful patient skin punctures (pursuant to CCR, Title 17) in HEA144B. In order to apply for certification, students will be required to provide a certified copy of their high school transcripts or GED, as well as proof of the Hepatitis B series. For further information about this program, contact the Career and Technical Education department at extension 583.
Gainful Employment Information (Certified Phlebotomy Tech 1: MOA-C option)
Related Occupations: Phlebotomy/Phlebotomist, Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other
To protect student confidentiality no information on "On Time Completion Rates" is reported in programs where fewer than 10 certificates were awarded in a school year.