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This 200-hour course consists of 80 hours of lecture/lab and 120 hours of clinical experience. Topics addressed in this course include proper techniques of skin and venipuncture of adults and children. Routine lab tests, medical terminology, universal infection control precautions, and the phlebotomist’s role in the healthcare system are addressed in this course.

Students must pass the didactic portion of the course in order to proceed to the clinical experience. Students should plan for three to four weeks of first-shift clinicals (Monday through Friday) after the eighty hours of classroom meetings.

Successful completion of the entire course renders the student eligible to apply for several national certification examinations.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, and can be completed online or in person at the Eagle’s 1-Stop in the Stanly Community College Main Campus Patterson Building.

Additional Information:

  • Textbook is required and is available at the SCC Bookstores
  • Criminal background check and drug screen will be purchased by the student during the first week of class
  • Uniforms required for clinicals
  • Proof of up-to-date immunizations and Tb skin tests will be required during the first week of class

Requirements: (Successful registrants must bring these items to the first day of class.)

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Driver’s license
  • Proof of patient care experience or training such as NA-I, MOA, or EMT

Total hours: 200

To see current schedule and costs, or to register, click on the “Register Now” square to the left.

For registration assistance, please contact the Eagle's OneStop at 704-991-0123.

Please call Dana Craven at (704) 991-0342 or for additional information.