- Clinical in Hospital Setting
- Job Referrals Available
- Payment Plan Available
- Weekday, Evening & Weekends Available
Total Tuition: $2,000
CDPH Approved Phlebotomy Training Program
CDPH approved Program For Phlebotomists, Trainings, Classes, & Onsite Programs (Servicing Students Throughout: Los Angeles, Burbank, Glendale, Northridge, Pacoima, North Hollywood, Reseda, Granada Hills, and more!)
CDPH Approved Phlebotomy Program is an 80 hour program that requires 2 week of training and provides the necessary knowledge and skills. The program comprises a series of lectures and clinical experiences specifically designed for phlebotomy training.
Los Angeles Career College, is a highly rated school in LA for aspiring Phlebotomists.
Our program can help you become a Licensed Phlebotomist in California! Check out our career programs, trainings, short courses, and classes servicing all throughout California (Los Angeles, Glendale, Northridge, North Hollywood, Reseda, Granada Hills, North Hills, Van Nuys, Mission Hills, West Hills, and beyond).
- CDPH Approved Program
- Official Phlebotomy Test Center
- Clinical in Hospital Settings
Total Cost Includes
- Registration Fee
- Equipment & Program Materials
- Clinical Site Placement
Program Length and Duration
Check out the program’s schedule and duration below.
Weekday morning, weekday evening and weekend sessions are available for this Los Angeles phlebotomy program. The program totals 80 hours, including 40 lab hours and 40 lecture hours.
Weekdays: Monday – Friday
Evenings: Monday – Thursday
Weekends: Saturdays Only
- All students must possess a high school diploma or GED certificate.
- Must be a California Resident
- Proof of good health / Health Clearance. A letter indicating that the student does not have any health conditions that would create a hazard to him/her and patients or visitors. Due before clinical training begins.
- In order to attend this Los Angeles Career College Phlebotomy program, all students must be free from conviction by any court (other than minor traffic convictions) or have clearance from the California Department of Health Services.
- Must be able to exert 20-50 lbs. of force occasionally, 10-25 lbs. of force frequently, and/or up to 10 lbs. of force constantly to move objects.
- This program is designed for people who plan to work for a clinical laboratory or public health department, clinic, or hospital. The program combines 40-hours classroom instruction and a 40-hours off-site clinical internship to provide students with a comprehensive learning experience.
- Lectures include but are not limited to the anatomy and medical terminology pertaining to the circulatory system, specimen collection, risk factors, complications and quality assurance in specimen collection.
- Practical instruction provides hands-on training in venipuncture technique with procedures verified through a skills check-off system.
Frequently Asked Questions
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of phlebotomists is projected to grow 23 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. Bloodwork is always needed in hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, blood donor centers, and many other locations. With an aging population, phlebotomy techs are even more necessary.
Projected Income After Graduation
In 2015, the median income for Phlebotomy Technicians was $31,630. The highest-paying employers were pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturers, who offer a median salary of around $48,760, per the BLS.
The graduate services staff assists students in their job searches after they have successfully completed their studies, by offering information on job opportunities and temporary assignments and guidance in resume preparation and interviewing techniques.
LACC makes reasonable efforts to satisfy the wishes of a graduate as to location and type of employment. The more flexible a graduate can be regarding initial employment, the easier it is for the school to assist in the placement process.
In addition to the graduate services available to students, career-planning concepts are also integrated into the curriculum in all programs. Students participate in specific sessions that cover interviewing techniques, networking, resume writing, and professional dress and conduct.