Phlebotomy

Next class starts: 6/6/2024

View full schedule here.

Registration Eligibility: Adults & High School Seniors

High school seniors must be age 17 or older. Learn more.

Transfer Credit Opportunity

Credit hours for completing this program can be transferred to UVU. Learn more.

Locations

Lehi Campus - Building A
Spanish Fork Campus - Building A

94%

Completion Rate

73%

Placement Rate

The primary purpose of a phlebotomist is to draw blood for tests, donations, transfusions, and research. MTECH’s Phlebotomy program will teach you these skills in both a classroom and  laboratory setting. 

The Phlebotomy program is a 90-hour program, completed over 8 weeks that sets the foundation for your work as a phlebotomist. In this program you will learn theory and practice of basic and advanced phlebotomy, including the healthcare setting, overview of the human body, blood collection procedures, and special procedures. As part of your training, you will draw blood from classmates and volunteers to gain practical experience. All students are required to participate as a patient and a phlebotomist with their classmates. The final exam will consist of a written test, and a two part skills test.

During this program you will learn laboratory skills including: 

  • Venipuncture procedures: 
    • Butterfly needles
    • Multisample needles 
    • Needle to syringe method and blood transfer devices 
    • Proper patient identification
    • Test requisition
    • Order of draw 
    • IV placement
  • Dermal puncture procedures: 
    • Hemoglobin
    • Hematocrit
    • Newborn screen 
    • Glucose 
    • Micro-collection container
  • Special procedures: 
    • Syncope
    • Urinalysis 
    • Throat swab 
    • Blood culture collection
    • Specimen transport
    • Centrifugation
    • ESR test

This program is eligible for Veterans Aid! Learn more

Learn and Work scholarship available for this program! Learn more

For more information, contact the Program Lead.
Cody Baird

cody.baird@mtec.edu

This program is offered to adults and high school seniors. High school seniors must be age 17 or older.

Registration is open, please see the schedule below. It is recommended to create your MTECH Student Portal account in advance.

Upon registration, you will register and submit payment for the first course in the program. Some fees and materials may be required upfront, while some may be paid later throughout the program.

While not required, you may make a deposit, in person or online, for the full program upon registration to be held in your student account.

  • High school students should coordinate with home high school counselors prior to registration.
  • Satisfy Entrance Requirements with Testing Center
SECTIONCAMPUSROOM #START DATEEND DATESTART TIMEEND TIMEDAYS
Spring 2024Lehi Campus1053/21/20245/16/2024*2:45 PM5:45 PMM-Th
Spring 2024Spanish Fork Campus1053/21/20245/16/2024*6:00 PM9:00 PMM-Th
Summer 2024Lehi Campus3056/6/20248/1/20242:45 PM5:45 PMM-Th
Summer 2024Spanish Fork Campus1056/6/20248/1/20246:00 PM9:00 PMM-Th
Fall 2024Lehi Campus3058/19/202410/9/20242:45 PM5:45 PMMonday-Thursday
Fall 2024Lehi Campus3058/19/202410/9/20246:00 PM9:00 PMMonday-Thursday
Fall 2024Lehi Campus30510/21/202412/12/20242:45 PM5:45 PMMonday-Thursday
Fall 2024Lehi Campus30510/21/202412/12/20246:00 PM9:00 PMMonday-Thursday
Winter 2025Lehi Campus3051/6/252/27/20252:45 PM5:45 PMMonday-Thursday
Winter 2025Spanish Fork Campus1051/6/252/27/20256:00 PM9:00 PMMonday-Thursday
Spring 2025Lehi Campus3053/17/255/8/20252:45 PM5:45 PMMonday-Thursday
Spring 2025Lehi Campus3053/17/255/8/20256:00 PM9:00 PMMonday-Thursday
Summer 2025Lehi Campus3055/27/257/17/252:45 PM5:45 PMMonday-Thursday
Summer 2025Spanish Fork Campus1055/27/257/17/256:00 PM9:00 PMMonday-Thursday
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Total hours: 90

Course Descriptions
 
Course NameCourse HoursCourse CreditsExternship/Clinical/ WBL CreditsTuition ($120/credit hour)Course Fees
Phlebotomy I6020$240.00$100.00
Phlebotomy II3010$120.00$50.00
TOTALS:9030$360.00$150.00
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Upon registration, you will register and submit payment for the first course in the program. While not required, you may make a deposit, in person or online, for the full program upon registration to be held in your student account.
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Tuition/FeesCost
Tuition:$360.00
Registration Fee:$40.00
Application Fee:$0.00
Student Fees:$150.00
Required Materials:$50.00
Industry Exam Fee:$0.00
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Course-by-course cost breakdowns can be found on the “Courses” tab above. Upon registration, you will register and submit payment for the first course in the program. Fees and materials may be required upfront, while some may be paid later throughout the program. While not required, you may make a deposit, in person or online, for the full program upon registration to be held in your student account.
Required MaterialsQuantityNotes (ISBN numbers, etc)Cost
Scrubs2 Cost is for two sets $50.00
Total Cost of Required Materials$50.00
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Optional MaterialsNotes (ISBN numbers, quantity, etc)Cost
Phlebotomy Essentials Textbook, 7th Edition978-128-420-9945$88.00
NHA Online Study PackageStrongly Recommended; not available in bookstores$84.00
NHA National Phlebotomy Certification ExamStrongly Recommended; not available in bookstores$129.00
Total Cost of Optional Materials$301.00
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  • MTECH Phlebotomy Program Certificate
  • Students are prepared to take the Certified Phlebotomy Technician Certification (CPT) from the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) (optional)

At MTECH, you will join an exclusive group of graduates who benefit from a commitment to excellence shared by everyone at the school. From instructors who deliver a relevant, industry-driven curriculum to academic counselors focused on ensuring you have the tools you need to succeed, we all share the same goal: your success as a student.

Program length
8 weeks
Total cost
$600
Lehi Campus - Bldg. A
Spanish Fork Campus - Bldg. A
Program length
8 wks
Total cost
$600
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Course Descriptions

Phlebotomy I
Students will learn about the past and present of phlebotomy practices, infection control, equipment, safety, the circulatory system, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, preanalytical consideration, venipuncture, straights venipuncture, butterfly venipuncture, special collections, patient identification, and other relevant skills.
Phlebotomy II
Students will learn about advanced phlebotomy procedures to ensure adequate knowledge and skills in their professional field. Students will be able to hone their communication skills as well as their phlebotomy skills, while practicing real life scenarios in a controlled classroom environment. Students will be learning about phlebotomy jobs and how to prepare for the field by applying and demonstrating all skills learned.
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