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Who We Are

Our Phlebotomy Program is a vocational certificate program which lasts only 8 weeks, and is offered in both the Spring and Fall semesters, totaling 165 contact hours. The first 4 weeks consists of lecture and laboratory at our Daytona Beach campus, with the following four weeks at local clinics and hospitals practicing the art of phlebotomy under direct supervision of an experienced phlebotomist.

Admission Requirements

  • A mandatory orientation will be available in the weeks before the program is scheduled to begin where you will learn of the additional requirements for enrollment including immunizations, a health screening, CPR certification, and drug/background screening.
  • Prospective students must complete a college application as well as complete a School of Health Careers application for the phlebotomy program.

Launch your path with a Phlebotomy certificate

Career Options

Phlebotomists are employed in a variety of health care settings including:

  • Hospitals
  • Nursing homes
  • Critical care facilities
  • Dedicated blood collection facilities
  • Dialysis centers
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Additional Information about the Phlebotomy Certificate

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Key Dates

Fall - Spring Program

Classes Begin- August 26, 2024

Mandatory Information Session

Info Sessions for the upcoming Phlebotomy program are scheduled for July 24 and 25, 2024 from 4:00-5:30, building 320/513. Interested students must attend one of the mandatory Information sessions in order to be considered for enrollment.