Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) Course

The Certified Phlebotomy Technician program is designed to teach the knowledge in technical and procedural aspects of phlebotomy, including but not limited to,

- Collection of blood specimens and,
- Venipuncture required to become a Phlebotomy technician.

The Certified Phlebotomy Technician program at Param Institute of Technology (PIE) pursues to prepare entry-level phlebotomists who demonstrate acceptable workplace behaviors and help them making eligible to sit for the national certification examination. Phlebotomists are healthcare professionals who work in all kinds of medical facilities, from hospitals to private laboratories, blood banks, emergency rooms, donor collection centers and other diagnostic healthcare facilities. Their main duties are to draw blood from patients. They take these blood samples to send to the laboratory for further checkups. 

This program is designed for leaner’s who want to advance their career or are interested in starting a career in the medical field to become a phlebotomy technician. This is a comprehensive 100-hour program that includes theory and hands-on coaching. This course also offers enrollment with the Lab. The Lab includes the kit, and training modules and requires an agreement signed and returned before the equipment is provided.

What you will learn?

Introduction to Phlebotomy &
 Infection Control
Introduction to Human
Anatomy and Physiology
Medical Terminology, and
Phlebotomy Equipements & Supplies
Legal Issues in Healthcare
Phlebotomy Fundamentals Essentials
Phlebotomy Procedures I & II
Point of Care Testing
Specimen Processing

How you will benefit?

You will learn the theoretical knowledge of a Phlebotomy Technician
You will become eligible to attempt the Certified Phlebotomy Technician Specialist (CPTS) exams through AECA or the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) exam by NHA
An exam voucher option for either one of the certification exams.
You may work with physicians/doctors, nurses, and other healthcare-related professionals. 
You may opt to either work full-time or part-time positions.

Many job openings were anticipated to be found in medical research facilities or medical testing laboratories. Hospitals and private physicians offices would also need phlebotomists.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicated that:

The median annual salary for phlebotomists was
$36,320 in May 2020 

From 2019-2029, open positions for phlebotomists
were expected to increase by 17%.

So why wait? Take advantage of Param Institute of Education's  the highest quality education and placement expertise and start your career in one of the most secure professions.

Contact for course details just today and secure your admission.

Course Outline

 Module 1:  A Patient care and preparation related to Phlebotomy
 Module 2:  Collection Techniques
 Module 3:  Follow order of draw for capillary collection
 Module 4:  Processing Review
 Externship - Clinical Externship

The Certified Phlebotomy Technician program at Param Institute of Education (PIE) could be completed in almost 4 weeks.

Total Hours: 100
Online study material +
 In-house hands-on training 

External Onsite 
Lab Training
45 Hours
55 Hours

     Online lectures and materials access
      Live instructor for your queries
      Responsive Administration support
      In the Field Hands-on training
      Certificate of completion from the school
      NHA exam materials, and preparation
      Continuous coaching till you get NHA Certification and pass NHA Exam


Anindita Desai

Today I graduated with Phlebotomy certificate from Param Institute of Education. I am very happy to have a smooth and memorable learning experience. I had the best instructor and understanding and helpful staff. I am glad to get the experience at LabCorp for my externship. I would highly recommend this program to everyone.


Graduate Student

"My Phlebotomy certification training is completed today at PARAM INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION . I have passed NHA certificate Exam. The instructor was very nice. The admission and administrative staff members are very nice at PARAM. I highly recommend this institute for all allied healthcare training programs. Thank you PARAM.

Walter Briceno

Graduate Student

My Name is Walter Briceno and my age is 56 yrs old and i want to thank Param school for changing my life to start a new Phlebotomy career and Param Institute of Education has open new life. They have better my career and future. The teacher at Param help you to better yourself and make sure you do succeed for you medical career may God bless all the teachers and PARAM staff members that help me changed my life for the better than you everyone at Param School am from Arizona and now I can start my new life.  Thank you again PARAM

Frequently asked questions

  • Step 1:  Click on Enroll now button
  • Step 2:  Fill up details in "Signup" Google Form (Name, email, phone, and Course name)
  • Step 3:  Once you Submit, you will receive DocuSign Form That needs to be filled and signed
    Following original documents are required upon enrollment:
    a) Permanent Resident card or Passport
    b) Social Security Card
    c) Driver License or State ID
    d) High School GED or Graduate Certificate
    e) 2 step PPD test or Chest X-ray report, if applicable
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    • 1. All students must be at least seventeen (17) years of age on or before the first day of class.
      2. Students must possess a High School Diploma or a General Education Development (G.E.D) Diploma
      3. School offers students with Ability to Benefit (ATB) test, if needed.
      4. All Students must complete a criminal background check.
    • Phlebotomy technicians perform one of the most widely needed duties in healthcare settings—drawing blood from patients.
      - They collect blood samples, and they prepare them for testing in the lab to help diagnose health conditions and illnesses.

      Phlebotomy technicians are also responsible for:
      - preparing lab equipment, explaining blood draw procedures to patients,
      - calming those who may be nervous,
      - taking blood pressure and pulse readings,
      - collecting fluids properly,
      - sterilizing equipment after use, and
      - updating patient medical records.
    • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median salary for phlebotomy technicians is $36,320.
      - The top 10% of people in this profession currently make over $50,000 in annual salary.
      - Outpatient care centers and medical diagnostic labs tend to pay slightly higher salaries than physicians' offices, hospitals, and ambulatory healthcare services.
      • Most of the time, these titles are used interchangeably by employers.
      • However, the term phlebotomist can also be used to identify a phlebotomy technician who has undergone more training and has more experience.
      • In this case, both will work with patients in the lab, draw blood, and take care of equipment and samples, but a phlebotomist may also supervise other phlebotomy technicians.
      • You will need professional training to enter a career as a phlebotomy technician. This online course will provide you with the training and skills to begin working as a phlebotomy technician.
      • In addition, you will be prepared for the provisional Certified Phlebotomy Technician Specialist (CPTS) exam offered by the American Education Certification Association (AECA).
      • After earning your provisional certification, you will have six months to complete the clinical skills requirements and convert to full certification.
    • There are a lot of great options when it comes to phlebotomy certification.
      • This course will prepare you for two industry-recognized certification exams in the country—the Certified Phlebotomy Technician Specialist (CPTS) exam offered by the American Education Certification Association (AECA) or the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) exam offered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA).
      • A voucher for the exam of your choice will be provided at the end of your course. It is also a good idea to do some of your own research on each of these certifications to determine the best one for you.
      • This course is open enrollment, so you can register and start the course whenever you are ready. Access to your course can take 24-48 business hours.
      • After you register, you will receive 6 months to complete the course. The time allotted for completion has been calculated based on the number of course hours.
      • Course instructor will be available by email to answer any questions and provide feedback on your performance.
      • Occasionally, your course may be supported by a team of industry experts. You will also receive support from the student advising team.
      • Upon successfully passing the final exam, you will be awarded a certificate of completion through Param Institute of Education.
      • After that our proven career consultant will work with you and help you get the job.

    Hope it answered all your questions ! 

    Don't delay this fantastic career opportunity