Offered at: Larimer
Start your health care career or supplement your skills with a Phlebotomy Certificate.
Becoming a certified phlebotomist is a great way to start a career in health care. Already in health care? Phlebotomy training makes you more valuable as a certified nurse assistant, registered nurse, radiologic technician, or emergency medical technician.
Phlebotomy certification puts you in the workforce quickly.
This is an 8-credit hour certificate. You attend classes and complete your clinical in the same semester. With evening and Saturday classes you can earn phlebotomy certification while working.
Phlebotomy classes in Loveland.
Classes are held at the Community Learning Center in the Thompson School District Building, 800 S. Taft Ave., Loveland, and at clinical sites in northern Colorado. See map and directions.
A career in phlebotomy could be right for you.
Phlebotomists collect fluid or tissue samples, using appropriate collection procedures. Phlebotomists are an important part of a health-care team. The samples they collect are important for monitoring a patient’s health or progress. If you like to help people and want to contribute to their health, phlebotomy could be for you.
You can work in a hospital, clinic, or long-term care facility, or for a home-health agency.
Become more valuable with a phlebotomy certification.
If you're already a health-care professional, adding phlebotomy certification makes you more valuable to your employer. For example, registered nurses can improve their blood-draw techniques. An emergency medical technician can complement his or her practice.
Our phlebotomy program is nationally certified.
Our Phlebotomy Certification is taught to standards set by the American Society for Clinical Pathology. Earning your Phlebotomy Certificate from FRCC qualifies you to sit for the national registry examination. Upon passing the exam, you can take your certification to any state in the United States.
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (2011)