Phlebotomy Technician

Get Nationally Certified in 10 days!

You can become a nationally certified Phlebotomy Technician in only 10 days! If you’re interested in a career in healthcare but don’t want to spend years in school, becoming a phlebotomist may be the perfect option for you. As a phlebotomist, you’ll play a crucial role in the clinical laboratory team by collecting blood samples from patients for medical testing. And with the increasing demand for medical laboratory testing, the need for phlebotomists is on the rise.

At the EMTP Phlebotomy Technician Program, you’ll receive comprehensive phlebotomy training that combines classroom instruction with hands-on experience. You’ll learn the skills needed to successfully collect blood samples from patients, including proper technique, safety precautions, and how to handle difficult patients. Our program is designed to prepare you for national certification, which can help you stand out in the job market and increase your earning potential.

But the benefits of becoming a phlebotomist don’t stop there. Not only is it a great way to get your foot in the door to the healthcare industry, but it’s also an excellent stepping-stone to other positions such as medical assistants, EMT, paramedic or even nurses. Plus, with the flexibility of working in hospitals, neighborhood health centers, labs, medical group practices, HMOs, public health facilities, and veterans’ hospitals, you’ll have a range of opportunities to choose from.

If you’re looking for phlebotomy classes that provide a hands-on approach to learning, the EMTP Phlebotomy Technician Program is here to help. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the process and help you gain the skills needed to succeed as a phlebotomist.

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About EMTP

At EMTP we offer small class sizes, a great deal of hands on experience and attention, as well as flexible class schedules at affordable prices. Our classes are taught by knowledgeable, friendly and dedicated Educators.

EMTP was created in 2007 with one goal in mind: To train and educate quality EMS providers. We wanted our students to become essential members of medical teams and to be excellent pre-hospital and in-hospital professionals, not to simply pass the national examinations.

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Is A Phlebotomy Technician the same as a phlebotomist?

A phlebotomy technician and a phlebotomist are interchangeable titles for the same job. They both draw blood from patients, ship samples, use and care for lab equipment and deal with patients.

What does a phlebotomist do?

Phlebotomy technicians collect blood from patients and prepare the samples for testing. Phlebotomy technicians regularly will need to explain the blood-drawing procedure and put patients at ease.

How do I become a Phlebotomist?

Upon successful completion of the course and the clinical requirements, each student  will be eligible to sit for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) exam at the EMTP facility. Once the student successfully completes the exam, he or she will be a Nationally Certified Phlebotomy Technician through the NHA and ready to start an exciting new career as a Phlebotomist.

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how long does it take to become a phlebotomist?

  • Become Nationally Certified in just 10 days
  • Day, evening and Saturday classes available

What does my tuition include?

  • Lab supplies
  • HIV and Blood Borne Pathogens Certification
  • Background check

General Admissions Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED
  • TB skin test
  • Drivers License or state issued ID

How Much Money does a phlebotomist make?

The median annual wage for phlebotomists was $38,450 or $18.49 per hour in March 2023.


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of phlebotomists is projected to grow 10% from 2021-2031, faster than the average for all occupations.

About 21,500 openings for phlebotomists are projected every year, on average, in a decade. Many of these openings are expected to result from the need to replace workers who transfter to different occupations or exit the labor force to retire.



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