Certified Phlebotomy Technician Program
Program Description

A phlebotomy technician is professionally trained to draw blood in hospitals, nursing homes, medical and diagnostic laboratories, blood donor centers, and doctor’s offices. Students enrolled in this program will learn how to properly collect and prepare blood and non-blood samples from adults, infants, and children for medical and clinical testing. These tests are used to verify the overall health of an individual and to diagnose medical conditions. This program consists of 74 hours of classroom and clinical instruction: 48 hours of training will be online classroom theory instruction; 24 hours of training will be hands-on instruction in the skills lab. After completing the program, students will be awarded a certificate of completion and will be eligible to sit for the national certification exam

Pulaski County Special School District

PAL CNA Training Academy is a partner of Pulaski County Special School District. This partnership offers prep services for students who may have difficulty with reading comprehension, writing, or simple math that is a part of providing services as a personal care aide and is necessary to pass your Phlebotomy course.  If eligible, the prep work is offered concurrently by a certified instructor while completing your training at PAL CNA Training Academy and is free of charge. 

Enrollment Fees

The cost of enrollment for this program is $800.00 (Tuition is $650.00 which includes a $100.00 non-refundable registration fee). Discover, MasterCard, and Visa are accepted methods of payment. Cash payments are also accepted. Course books ($90.00) and supply kit ($60.00) are included in your tuition fees.

We do offer a payment plan: $400.00 must be paid when you enroll. The second payment of $400.00 must be made at the beginning of the second week of classes.


Books \ Supply Kit Included

Course Price
Patricia Loy, Ed.D, RN
Program Director