Industry certification, Employment, Measurable skills gain
Method of Delivery
Hybrid or blended
Daytime Hours, Evening Hours
Instructional Program (CIP)
Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician
Students receive five-weeks of training to become a Phlebotomist. The Phlebotomy Technician will learn to properly collect and prepare blood samples for adult, infants and children for medical purposes, research and donations. Training includes the process of venipuncture, order of blood draw, infection control and safety. Additionally, this class includes five-week of training to Electrocardiology Technician (EKG) and Pulmonary Function Testing Technician (PFT). The student will receive training to administer Electrocardiograms on all ages as will as the ability to interpret the results. Each student will be able to recognize normal and abnormal rhythms strips. These reading assist the physician to diagnose irregularities or changes in a patient. In the PFT class the students will learn all aspects of diagnostic pulmonary testing, including patient preparation and education.
Student will take national exams through the National Healthcareers Association after each five-week session to receive their National Licenses in each field of study. These licenses in 3 Allied Health Care Fields in addition to their Certificate of Proficiency will make the student more marketable for employment and typically will increase their salary potential. Tuition covers two years of all licenses.
Students receive National Licenses in Phlebotomy, Electrocardiology (EKG) and Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT) providing more employment & salary opportunities.
Program Length (Weeks)
High School Diploma or Equivalent
WIOA Approved Program
Curriculum Competency Based
9714 West Markham Street
5005 - City of Little Rock
Name of Credential
Certificate of Proficiency as a Phlebotomist, EKG Technician & PFT
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
yes, Refund issued based on Student's Handbook.
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Yes - National Healthcareers Association
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
$250.00 Testing fees paid to the National Healthcareers Association prior to the students exam.
Supplies/Materials/Hand Tools (not included in tuition)
$125.00 gloves, cotton, gauze, sanitizer, alcohol, needles (all sizes), tubes, tourniquets, electrodes, EKG paper, prep pads, etc.
Total In-State Program Cost
Total Out-of-State Program Cost