Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood samples from people of all ages for medical tests and blood donations. The Phlebotomy program at Harper College trains students in the techniques, procedures and safety precautions for drawing blood.
This 8-credit-hour certificate prepares students for immediate entry into a career as a phlebotomist at a hospital, commercial laboratory, clinic, blood bank or other health care setting.
The Phlebotomy Certificate program is offered at both the Learning and Career Center (LCC) in Prospect Heights, Illinois as well as Harper's main campus in Palatine.
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The program is approved by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS)
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Steps to prepare for application to this program:
1. Attend the Phlebotomy Information Meeting (optional)
2. Request Information
3. Review Program Resources
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