Phlebotomy Certification

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Jefferson State Offers Phlebotomy Certification

Click Here  to download the Program Application

A Phlebotomy Certificate serves patients by identifying the best method for retrieving specimens; preparing specimens for laboratory testing; performing screening procedures. Performing moderate to complex laboratory testing can only be performed with completion of the Associates Degree in MLT.

Students enrolled in the program are eligible for Financial Aid. The class is offered each semester, but placement is limited for non MLT majors. This certification is a requirement for the AAS degree in Medical Laboratory Technology so students admitted to this program will be placed first. Please contact the Program or Clinical Coordinator for availability before submission of an application.

Workforce Education offers a Fast-Track Phlebotomy Certification that offers this program throughout the year. Click Here to find out more information about this option.

Phlebotomy Certificate

Students must complete a total of 6 credit hours of the courses to obtain a Phlebotomy Certification and be eligible to sit for the National Board Certification Exam

  • These classes must be taken during the same semester.
  • MLT 100S – Phlebotomy – 2 credit hours
  • MLT 131S – Laboratory Techniques – 4 credit hours

Other Requirements

  • Students must complete 48 Clinical hours. The clinical schedule is agreed upon by student and the clinical site. (Note: the schedule can often be extremely variable at times.)
  • Students must also preform 30 successful venipunctures


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National Exam

The NHA National Board Certification Exam is offered at Jefferson State

Special Circumstances

AAS Students Priority

MLT100S and MLT131S are required for the 2-year Medical Laboratory Technology Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Students admitted to the MLT program in summer or fall semesters will be registered in these courses first, and non-MLT students will be admitted if room is available. Spring Semester offers the best opportunity for admission of non-MLT majors.


Click here for the current Alabama Community College tuition rate.  So the tuition for 6 credit hour Phlebotomy Certification averages about $1000.00 plus textbook, health form, drug screen, and other course requirements.

Program Contact:

Wendy Sweatt
Clinical Coordinator/Advisor
George Layton Building 221
(205) 856-6043
[email protected]

Candy Hill
Program Coordinator/Advisor
George Layton Building 223
(205) 856-6031
[email protected]



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