A 210-hour certificate course consisting of theory and clinical experiences, which prepares the student to enter the medical field as a Phlebotomist in various settings. Core course concept is instruction on how to safely and competently perform venipunctures. After successful completion of the course, student is encouraged to test for their certification as a phlebotomist.

Prerequisite:
Career Readiness Certificate of a bronze or higher. Copy of certificate is due at time of registration along with an official copy of a High School diploma or High School Equivalency.

Costs:
Total registration-$199.25 ($180-registration fee, $13-malpractice insurance fee, $1.25-accident insurance, $5-CPR fee)
Textbooks-$197.22, medical dictionary-$10, *uniform-$105.00, Castle Branch-$85, ASPT exam fee-$90-120 (*approximate cost)

Requirements:
Competently perform venipunctures in the lab setting 90 hours of clinical Monday - Friday during hours of operation for clinical facility
Uniform: navy blue scrub top and pewter gray pants to be worn daily while in class, lab and clinical. (scrub top and white midlength
lab coat embroidered with BCCC in royal blue) white closed toe/heel shoes
Background check, drug screen, immunization upload to Castle Branch $85. Must be completed within 30
days of first day of class. https://portal.castlebranch.com/BK50

Dates and Times:

Section #29187 9:00am-2:30pm Mon & Wed Jan. 17-May 7 Fee: $199.25 210 hrs BCCC12 1212

For more information, please contact:
Jackie Butcher
Director of Healthcare Programs
Beaufort County Community College
Building 8, Room 810
Phone: 252-940-6263
Email: jackie.butcher@beaufortccc.edu