Phlebotomist Class


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This class is offered every 8 weeks all year long. After you pay the 25.00 reserve fee, you will be contacted to setup student financing.

Specify in the check out if you need Day or Night class (you can put this information in the optional notes section) 

Day is 9am to 1pm

Night is 6pm to 10pm

This course is 8 weeks long. It’s held on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings from 6pm-10pm. A great opportunity for anyone who is working full time and looking to advance their career by going back to school.

CNAs often work in a wide variety of settings; nursing homes, hospitals, adult day care centers, personal homes and assisted living facilities. A Certified Nursing Assistant is a helpful liaison between the Registered Nurse (RN) and the patient. CNAs are typically responsible for the general care of their patients. Duties will vary, depending on the specific needs of the patient. The most common responsibilities are taking and recording vital signs such as heart rate and blood pressure, assisting them to and from their bed or chair as needed, apply dressings or splits, helping them with feeding and personal hygiene. CNAs may also assist doctors or nurses during medical procedures and operate medical equipment.

If you have any questions or concerns about this program don’t hesitate to call us: (401) 273-6900! We love helping our students find the right path!


Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood from a patient (mostly from veins) for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research. Phlebotomists collect blood primarily by performing venipunctures. The duties of a phlebotomist may include practising the required forms of asepsis, performing the skin/vein puncture, withdrawing blood into containers or tubes and restoring hemostasis of the puncture site. In this role, phlebotomists are also responsible for instructing patients on post-puncture care, ordering tests per the doctor’s requisition, affixing tubes with electronically printed labels, and delivering specimens to a laboratory.

6pm-10pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays for 8 weeks.