There is only one application period each year for both Fall and Spring sessions.
Shoreline Community College
16101 Greenwood Ave. N
Shoreline, WA 98133
Phlebotomy is the practice of drawing blood for analysis, donation or medical testing. Students in the Phlebotomy program learn the essentials of drawing blood, including blood collection equipment, safety and infection control, and specimen processing. Upon successful completion of didactic and student lab practice, students can register for a practicum training experience.
The short-term Certificate of Completion in Phlebotomy is a 13-credit program designed to lead to entry level positions in the Phlebotomy field. The program last two quarters (see the college calendar for dates).
During the first quarter, you'll have lecture and laboratory courses and AIDS education. Second quarter consists of practicum training at a clinical facility which is 4 weeks full-time at a clinical facility plus assignments.
Students interested in advancement are encouraged to enroll in a longer course of study to complete an Associate in Applied Arts and Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology.
Upon completion of the Phlebotomy program, students should have the knowledge and skills to work as phlebotomists in a variety of health care settings. With a shortage of phlebotomists in the area, job prospects in the Puget Sound region are excellent. Salaries typically range from $10 to $14 per hour.
Students who successfully complete this certificate will be able to:
Program Costs per Quarter
|Tuition + Technology and PUB fees||Check the Tuition Table|
|Parking fee||$25 per quarter|
|Lab fees (subject to change)||$70 per program|
Injury Insurance for MLT 132
Liability insurance for MLT 132 ($6.25/course)
|Varies (also available from the College for students taking at least 6 credits)|
|Vaccinations required for clinical practicum training||Varies|