Phlebotomy is the process of making a puncture in a vein with a cannula, for the purpose of drawing blood from the patient’s arm typically. The procedure itself is known as a venipuncture. A person who performs phlebotomy is called a “phlebotomist”. Wisconsin does not have any federal requirement for phlebotomy certification but those that acquire certification are more likely to find work than those without certification. The Phlebotomy Certification course will run for six weeks in length to prepare students to receive their National Certification as a Phlebotomy Technician through the National Health Career Association (NHA) certifications are standardized, widely-accepted symbols of achievement for health science students who want to start a job as a Certified Phlebotomist. The course is divided into two parts 80 hours in class instruction and 40 hours of supervised clinical practicum.
All Phlebotomy classes are 6 week sessions that are listed below. To sign up for one of our classes, click on the title of the class.