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Phlebotomy

17-513-1 Technical Certificate 
Campus: New Richmond, Rice Lake

Overview

The Phlebotomy certificate provides practical training in the collection of blood specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture for the purpose of lab analysis. Phlebotomy students are also trained in non-blood specimen collection procedures, specimen processing and basic laboratory skills. Customer service and communications are also covered to provide required skills for working directly with patients. A 100-hour clinical phlebotomy experience is required including a minimum of 100 successful blood collection procedures. Job opportunities for phlebotomist exist in hospital and clinical laboratories.

Admission Requirements

Students in this certificate must:

After Admissions Requirements are complete, register for classes: http://www.witc.edu/currentstudents/registration.htm

Program-Specific Requirements

Students in this certificate must:

Outcomes

After completion of this certificate, employers will expect students to be able to:

phlebotomist with patient

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