Some online resources for finding nearby phlebotomy classes include Campus Explorer, Allied Health Schools and Phlebotomist Training Center. Phlebotomy classes provide students with the education and clinical experience needed for certification as phlebotomists, which gives them an advantage when applying for jobs.
Campus Explorer provides information on local phlebotomy certification programs a site visitor fills out a short form. To find phlebotomy classes, select Health & Medical/Nursing under the category Choose an Area of Study, and then select Clinical/Medical Lab Technician under Concentration. This form also asks for educational attainment, year of graduation from high school and ZIP code. For phlebotomy certification, the intended degree level is diploma/certification. Students can also select their preferences for whether they want to take classes online or in traditional classroom settings.
Allied Health Schools is another online resource for finding phlebotomy classes. To find the nearest institutions that have phlebotomy programs, enter a ZIP code, high school graduation year and highest level of education. Allied Health Schools provides a list of schools and links to find out more and apply.
Phlebotomist Training Center lists phlebotomy certification programs for every state in the United States. This website also provides links to the websites of local programs for finding more information.