Accent Learning Systems
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Course
Location: 1450 S. Havana #232 Aurora, CO 80012
This is a five module phlebotomy training course that concludes with a 30 hour clinical experience. These diverse approaches are in place to prepare students to sit for a national licensure exam, which can improve their marketability as they seek employment.
Upon successfully completing this training, students will have been exposed to numerous concepts and skills that are crucial in the healthcare industry. The curriculum is designed to help students identify the types of equipment needed to collect blood by venipuncture, identify the basic programs for infection control, locate and name the veins most commonly used for venipuncture, and more. Also, this program aims to teach students the demeanor that will be expected of them; both from their patients as well as fellow healthcare personnel.
Arapahoe Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certificate ProgramLocation: 5900 South Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120-1801
Arapahoe Community College offers a phlebotomy certificate program that is designed to provide students with the skills that they will need to pursue a career in the healthcare industry. This program consists of six credits of lecture/didactic information, and two credits of a clinical internship. The internship totals 120 hours, and both the didactic portion and internship can be completed in twelve weeks. The class meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the spring and fall semesters, so please ensure that these hours are compatible with your availability.
In order to apply, you must contact the Medical Laboratory Technology Program Director the semester before the phlebotomy training begins. The applicants will then be reviewed, and from the list twenty students will be accepted into the certificate program.
Emily Griffith Technical College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Theory and Clinical Lab ClassesLocation: 37835 Astra Way Watkins, CO 80137
The phlebotomy training that is offered at Emily Griffith Technical College covers an array of topics related to phlebotomy and the various skills and knowledge that you will need to seek employment in the medical field. The program is six weeks long, and the sixth week is spent completing the clinical requirements of the training. The first five weeks take place during the evening, whereas the clinical occurs during the daytime.
The tuition of this option is $695 (including clinical), however there are some additional fees associated with completing the program.
In order to apply, students must have a high school diploma/GED, hepatitis B vaccinations, American Databank background check, and more. To see upcoming start dates, please visit the site to view the options that are currently open for registration.
Front Range Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certification ProgramLocation: Larimer Campus-4616 S. Shields Street Fort Collins, CO 80526
Community Learning Center- 800 S. Taft Loveland, CO 80537
The program offered here is an 8-credit hour course, and both the classroom and clinical portions can be completed in one semester. There are both evening and Saturday classes so students can work while studying.
In order to successfully complete the training, students must complete 4 classroom credit hours and 4 credit hours of clinical (100 hours completed in a 2-1/2 week block). Also, a background check is required for the clinical portion of this certificate program. Students must also have the required vaccinations, a current TB test, and 2 MMR in order to attend training.
In order to graduate, students must have a grade of “C” or above, and upon successfully completing the training graduates will become eligible to sit for a national certification exam.
Colorado Mesa State University
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training ProgramLocation: 1100 North Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501-3122
In order to apply to this training option, applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma/GED, be enrolled at CMU, and agree to the Phlebotomy Essential Functions provided by the school.
This curriculum consists of “MTLP 101 Phlebotomy” which is the classroom portion of the program. This half of the training is designed to provide students with the knowledge and overall understanding that they will need to pursue a career as a phlebotomist. The second portion is the class “MLTP 102 Applied Phlebotomy”, which is in place so that students can apply the knowledge they have obtained as they draw blood from actual patients. During the 100 hours of clinical training, students must complete at least 100 unaided venipunctures and dermal collections. This can help build their confidence as they enter the workforce and begin their careers.
Morgan Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technologies CertificateLocation: 920 Barlow Road Fort Morgan, CO 80701
At Morgan Community College, you can receive the training that you will need to pursue a career as a phlebotomist. This program’s curriculum is designed to prepare students for the workforce by teaching them the skills that they will need in a functioning medical environment.
Upon the successful completion of training, students will receive a certificate that can help to increase their marketability as they seek employment in the healthcare industry. Students can complete this focused exposure within one year, and will then become qualified for employment. This type of certificate program helps to focus students’ training, and to improve their understanding and abilities in one specific area.
If you would like more information regarding this program you can visit the site to learn more.
Phlebotomy Learning Center of Denver
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certification ProgramLocation: 1780 S. Bellaire St., #780 Denver, CO 80222
The program offered here is an intensive 10-week long program with an additional one-week clinical externship. The classroom portion is taken once a week, with a run time of 4 ½ hours. Of these classes, half of the time is devoted to lecture and the remaining half is spent doing lab work.
After students successfully complete the classroom/lab training, they are placed in a 5 day (40 hour) externship at a hospital or outpatient draw site. During this time they must complete at least 100 blood draws. After completing the externship portion of this program, students will be awarded a State Approved Phlebotomy Certification.
The tuition of this program is $1,595.00, $500.00 of which is required as a deposit to hold your spot in the upcoming scheduled class.
Programs Offered: 3-Day Phlebotomy Training Hands-onLocation: *Varies, please see site for details
This is a training program that consists of two days of online learning that must be completed before the third day, when students will meet with the staff to get the hands-on practice they need. The locations where students will meet vary, so if you would like to view an upcoming schedule, you can visit the site to find locations near you. These classes are given from 9am-4pm in each location time zone.
In order to attend this program you must have either a high school diploma or a GED. Some of the lessons that this training will provide include: basic medical terminology, skin puncture collection, laboratory tests, and more.
The tuition of this program is $799.00, and it can be a good choice for those that would like to complete training in only three days.
Pikes Peak Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certificate ProgramLocation: Centennial Campus (south)-5675 South Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Downtown Studio Campus (central)-100 West Pikes Peak Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Rampart Range Campus (north) - 11195 Highway 83 Colorado Springs, CO 80921
Falcon Campus (northeast)- 11990 Swingline Road Falcon, CO 80831
The phlebotomy certificate program offered at Pikes Peak Community College is a 14 credit-hour program designed to prepare students for a career in phlebotomy. If the coursework is completed as advised, the program can be completed in just two semesters. The curriculum includes topics such as: customer service in healthcare, advanced phlebotomy, medical terminology, and advanced medical terminology. Additionally, they focus on providing students with a proficiency in the collection of tissue and blood samples from patients in a variety of settings.
Upon successfully completing training, graduates will receive a certificate form PPCC, and they will qualify to sit for a national certification exam. The information regarding this program can be found on the school’s program site, which is listed alphabetically.
Pima Medical Institute
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Certificate ProgramLocation: Colorado Springs-3770 Citadel Drive North Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Denver-7475 Dakin Street Denver, CO 80221
Pima Medical Institute offers a 3-month certificate training program that is designed to provide students with the skill set that they will need to pursue a career in the medical field. The two campuses are located in different cities so they can accommodate students from different areas. The main focus of this training is to teach students how to collect and process clinical specimens as well as the techniques you will need to obtain these specimens.
Some of the courses included in the curriculum are: anatomy and physiology/medical terminology, CPR and first aid, phlebotomy, and an externship. Upon the successful completion of this training, graduates will become eligible to seek employment in the field, and they will also receive a certificate from Pima Medical Institute.
Pueblo Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Certificate ProgramLocation: Pueblo Campus- 900 W. Orman Ave Pueblo CO, 81004
Fremont Campus-51320 W Highway 50 Canon City, CO 81212
The phlebotomy certificate offered here is a one-semester (two course) program that is designed to prepare students for a career in the healthcare industry. The curriculum consists of 7 total credits, and covers topics including: specimen collection, specimen processing, phlebotomy, and advanced phlebotomy. In addition, students will learn to perform all duties associated with the practice of phlebotomy so they can easily integrate into various types of medical settings.
In order to apply, students must meet minimum grade requirements on various assessment tests and pass a background check. Applications are available in March for the fall semester and September for the spring semester.
For more information regarding admissions and requirements, you can visit the site for all of the details.
Red Rocks Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certificate Training ProgramLocation: Lakewood Campus-13300 West Sixth Avenue Lakewood, CO 80228
Arvada Campus-5420 Miller Street Arvada, CO 80002
This phlebotomy certificate program is open to anyone that is 18 years of age or older, and can help to prepare students for a career in the medical field. There are also some prerequisites that must be completed, but the certificate itself consists of 7 total credits. The first semester is the 4 credit HPR 112 001 class which is the theory portion of this training. This portion must be completed with a grade of “C” or better to be eligible for the internship. The second semester is a 4 week internship entitled HPR 180 501. This 135 hour clinical internship will require that students be available 40 hours/week, and must be completed in order for students to receive a certificate from the school and qualify to sit for a national certification exam.
In order to be accepted into this program, students must also pass a background check; receive a statement from their health care provider, and more.
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training ProgramLocation: 4155 E Jewell Ave #316 Denver, CO 80222
This training program is a course that is designed to prepare students for a career in the medical field. Classes are offered twice per week with both morning and evening schedule options. You can also choose to attend the weekend classes if your schedule conflicts with both the morning and evening options. The duration of the program is three months and that is including the 50 hours of internship at labs located around the Denver metro area.
The curriculum covers topics including: how to collect timed specimens, how to initial, date, and record blood specimen tubes collected, how to maintain a clean and stocked phlebotomy area, and how to report possible hazards to a supervisor.
This program could be a good option for those with restricted availability since there are three different schedule options to choose from.