MTI's Phlebotomy Course
Are you interested in an allied health career that provides the opportunity to interact with and directly assist patients? Phlebotomist training at MTI prepares you to work in a medical facility and perform laboratory tasks and procedures. Get the skills you need to start your phlebotomy career—classes are now enrolling.
Phlebotomy Course Overview
Are you interested in becoming a phlebotomist? Here’s what you can expect when you attend Midwest Technical Institute (MTI) for your phlebotomist training:
Hands-On Phlebotomy Training Course
Quality Assessment | Infection Control | Venipuncture Procedures | Specimen Handling | Point-of-Care Collections | Pediatric & Geriatric Procedures | Blood Cultures
The phlebotomy instructors at MTI bring real-world laboratory experience to the classroom, providing hands-on medical instruction and one-on-one interaction to help you develop essential phlebotomy skills.
- Professional ethics, legal, and regulatory issues of the trade
- Common medical terminology essential to your work environment
- Anatomy and physiology of different organ systems
- Urinalysis, body fluids, and other specimens
- Arterial, intravenous (IV), and special collection techniques
- Safety and first aid
MTI’s Phlebotomy Course prepares you to take the NCCT (National Center for Competency Testing) certification exam necessary to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT). Students will also be certified in CPR, AED, and first aid.
What Makes the Phlebotomy Course at MTI Different?
Receive hands-on training in labs that simulate real medical environments
Earn your phlebotomy certificate in just 5 weeks
All MTI phlebotomy instructors have real-world experience
Small class sizes and no general education courses required
Lifetime job placement assistance is available to all qualified graduates
Financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to students who qualify
Flexible class schedules are available
Quick Facts: Phlebotomy Course
- According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, phlebotomists provide various medical laboratory services including drawing blood for tests, transfusions, research, or blood donations.For additional information, check out: All About Phlebotomy: Requirements to Become a Phlebotomist
- According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for phlebotomists in May 2020 was approximately $36,320. The highest 10 percent of phlebotomy workers earned more than $50,740.
- Phlebotomy students are trained to perform in entry-level positions normally available in hospitals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, physician offices, and outpatient care centers. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that the majority of phlebotomists work in medical and diagnostic laboratories.
- The total cost of Midwest Technical Institute’s Phlebotomy Course, including books and supplies, is $2,000. For more information on program costs, please contact your local MTI campus.
Enrollment and outcome information for all Illinois-based campuses and the ACCSC annual reports for each program in Adobe PDF format. Please note, all programs are not offered at all campuses. For annual details, please visit our phlebotomy enrollment and outcomes page.
Midwest Technical Institute is proudly accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools & Colleges (ACCSC) and is approved by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in federally-funded financial aid programs. For more information about our accreditations and approvals, please visit: https://www.midwesttech.edu/about-us/accreditation/
Midwest Technical Institute is approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education: 1 N. Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333, Springfield, IL 62701. For more info: www.ibhe.org
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