Phlebotomy Certification Program at University of Hawaii Kapi’olani Community College

There are two parts to the Certificate of Competence in Phlebotomy through the University of Hawaii Kapi’olani Community College. The first part of the program is the classroom learning portion and requires 64 hours of lecture with a final grade of 70% or better before the student is allowed to move on to the second [...]

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Phlebotomy Certification Program at Leward Community College

The Phlebotomy Technician Training Program through the University of Hawaii System Leeward Community College is considered a non-credit course. The program teaches students the skills they need in order to take specimen samples as well as how to transport them. This program provides additional assistance to students who are looking to promote their health programs. [...]

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Phlebotomy Certification Program at Kaua’i Health Career Training

Kaua’i Health Career Training’s phlebotomy training program requires 12 students in order for a class to be held. It provides knowledge of the field to students through the use of classroom lecture and practicum experience. These courses are on the subjects of blood testing, infection control, law and ethics. Students are able to sit for [...]

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