Classes begin October 4th 2021 & January 10 2022

Phlebotomy School

The Phlebotomy program at LifeShare Blood Center provides comprehensive and in-depth training in all aspects of phlebotomy: blood collection techniques, blood components, history, terminology, quality systems, hospital and blood center settings, and professional demeanor. The Phlebotomy program is a 6-week course offered several times per year. Graduates of the program are awarded a certificate of completion and are eligible to take a national certification examination for phlebotomy. Please see the answers to the Frequently Asked Questions below for additional information.

Phlebotomy School Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who is eligible to apply to the Phlebotomy Program?

Eligible student candidates have either a high school diploma or GED.


Who is eligible to apply to the Phlebotomy Program?

Eligible student candidates have either a high school diploma or GED.


When and how can I apply?

Applications may be submitted at any time and must be received at least 4 weeks prior to the start date of the course. An application may be printed from this link and mailed in, or completed electronically and submitted to


Can I get a job as a phlebotomist after I finish the program?

Each student has the ability to apply for available positions at hospitals, clinics, and blood centers.

What supplies do I need for this program?

Each student needs to have a laptop.

What does the Phlebotomy Program cost?

Tuition for the program is $2000 plus $100 for McGraw Hill Learning Platform, due 2 weeks before the first class session.

Is there financial aid for the program?

LifeShare does not offer financial aid.

How long does the program last?

The program lasts 6 weeks and uses a combination of classroom instruction, homework, practicums, quizzes, and exams.

What are the requirements to complete the program?

LifeShare Phlebotomy students will successfully complete clinical, technical, and professional tasks assigned and will maintain at least a 75% average for chapter and final exams. As part of the course requirements, each student is required to bring in volunteers on whom they can perform capillary and venipuncture procedures. Additionally, students are expected to perform these procedures on each other.

Can I reenter the program if I have to withdraw?

If you must withdrawal from the course, you may be able to rejoin a future course session to complete the program.

Is there a certificate after successful completion?

Yes, graduates of the program are awarded a LifeShare certificate of completion.

What else is important to know?

The program is intended to be both challenging and rewarding. A successful participant must be self- motivated and ready to devote a significant amount of time to studying and completing all aspects of the educational courses. The orientation class is designed to provide instruction in how to complete the program as well as introduce participants to their classmates and LifeShare support personnel. LifeShare is committed to fostering a successful and supportive educational environment.

If your question is not listed, please send an email to:

Class of 2021

How do I apply?

Phlebotomy Program Application

What can I expect?

Phlebotomy Program Handbook

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