The Academy Is Pleased To Announce That We Have Added Special Orientations For Our Future Phlebotomy Students!

Come meet us every Tuesday @ 2pm to learn about and enroll in the next class. Admissions staff and our Instructors will be available to answer any questions, give a short review of their classes and help you apply for Scholarships!

  • Program Includes

    1. Education Monday through Friday for 9 weeks:
      • classroom education
      • hands-on experience
      • clinical experience
    2. Application to National Healthcare career Association (NHA)  
    3. Textbook & Workbook
    4. Initial Testing Fees & Prep
    5. American Heart Association Provider CPR
    6. Drug Screen
    7. Two sets of scrubs
    8. TB Testing
    9. Background Check
    10. Physical

Phlebotomy Training 2022-2023 Schedule

*Schedule Subject to change based on Registration

Classes Monday through Friday

Weeks 1 through 7 

8:30 am to 12:30 pm M-TH at Academy 

8:30 am to 4:30 pm Friday at Valley Hosp.

Note:  Friday clinical hours may vary depending on clinical site                  

Weeks 8 and 9

Clinical schedules will be assigned by clinical site

Valley Hospital Systems (Various locations)

11/28/22 - 01/20/23  Class at the Academy         

01/23/23 - 02/03/23 Clinical:  Valley Hosp. Systems

 02/13/23- 03/31/23 Class at the Academy

04/03/23- 04/14/23 Clinical:  Valley Hosp. Systems

04/28/23- 6/16/23 Class at the Academy 

06/19/23- 06/30/23 Clinical:  Valley Hosp. Systems

07/14/23- 09/01/23 Class at the Academy

09/04/23- 09/15/23 Clinical:  Valley Hosp. Systems

Phlebotomy tuition


*Tuition assistance is available for those who qualify.


The Phlebotomy/Laboratory Assistant program consists of nine weeks of classroom laboratory education, and a 136 hour required externship at a medical facility that could result in employment based on the student's performance and availability at the facility.

Students receive instruction in blood draw and prepare blood for medical testing, transfusions or donation. Students will also receive instruction in the collection of blood via venipuncture, finger pricks, or in the case of infants, heel pricks.

Training Highlights
  • Healthcare Settings
  • Human Body Overview
  • Blood Collection Procedures
  • Special Procedures
  • Prerequisites and eligibility

      • Valid Picture ID
      • Valid Social Security Card
      • Resume
      • Criminal Backgrounds reviewed on case by case basis
      • Able to lift 50 lbs.
      • Required High School Diploma or GED/High School Equivalency

  • Free Additional Support

    Weeks 1 through 7 – Tutoring and open lab 8 hours a week

    Week 4 - 7- Tuesday and Thursday classes on interviewing skills and innovative job search techniques

    Week 5 – Job Connect is on campus         

    After Graduation – Job Placement Assistance after successful completion of course and passing NHA