Birmingham Phlebotomy School Classes

Birmingham Phlebotomy Class Structure

Tuition and Fees

  • Class Tuition

  • National Exam Fee

  • Total for Tuition & Exam Fee

  • $100 deposit required to guarantee your seat in the class of your choice.
  • Deposit is non-refundable after the 72 hour cancellation period ends.
  • Full Tuition and Fees are due halfway through your class.
  • Need more time to pay? Flexible payment options are available! Call Student Services at 701-404-9434 to discuss available options for extension.

Class Schedules

National AM Class

Time: 9am-1pm
12 classes total
Monday-Thursday for 3 weeks

National PM Class

Time: 6pm-10pm
12 classes total
Monday-Thursday for 3 weeks

National WKD Class

Time: 8am-4:30pm
6 classes total
Saturdays for 6 weeks

ECG Class – Now Enrolling!

Time: 1:30pm-5:30pm
5 classes total
Tuesday-Thursday for 2 weeks

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*See below to register for one of our next upcoming courses.
Class Structure
  1. The course consists of 48 hours in-class training. This includes bookwork, intensive hands-on training, and practical examination.

  2. On the last day of class, students can choose to challenge the National Exam. When passed, this exam certifies students to work anywhere in the country.*States such as California, Nevada, Louisiana and Washington have additional licensing requirements.

  3. PTS has a “Student for Life” policy. After full completion of the course, students are welcomed back in the classroom at any time (depending on class availability) to brush up on their skills, review material, and perform additional blood draws.

  1. Must be 18 years or older.

  2. Must be a High School graduate or equivalent thereof. We will ask for proof of this.

  3. Previous experience is NOT required.

Payment Plan

At PTS, we understand that each person has a unique set of circumstances, and we want students to find a payment option that works for them!

Payment Policies

Our payment plan works by requiring ONLY the deposit to register and secure a seat in class. Students will then have from the day they pay the deposit up until halfway through their class to pay their remaining balance.

We offer our students the freedom to decide when they would like to make payments. Payments can be made conveniently online with any major credit card at any time through the Student Portal, or over the phone with Student Services.

Other Options?

  • Check out our Financing through Monterey Financial (See below tab). When approved, students can make monthly payments for up to two years.
  • We allow students to register up to 3 months in advance. This allows students to make incremental payments before their classes begin.
  • If you get in a bind, no problem! Our student services are open six days a week to discuss available options for extension at 844-931-1348.

Financial Aid and Government Funds

Because we are a private institution, we DO NOT accept financial aid, however, we DO accept vouchers from third-party payers who are willing to pay for private education.


After registration and payment of the deposit, students are able to log into their student portal to apply for financing. Students must have at least a 550 credit score or a cosigner to qualify.


In Alabama, your tuition can be financed for:

  • $93/monthly for 12 months
  • $64/monthly for 18 months
  • $50/monthly for 24 months

Call our student services today for additional information about our financing options!

*Please note that these are approximations and actual terms and approval are contingent upon completing the financing application.

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Birmingham Location

300 Office Park Drive Suite 302
Mountain Brook, AL 35223

Our phlebotomy training course will give you hands-on training on how to draw blood and teach you to skills you need to pass the National Phlebotomy Exam. In our Phlebotomy courses, students are trained to become competent for an entry-level position as a Phlebotomist Technician in the medical field. Our Phlebotomy training program in Birmingham, Alabama, will help you get your phlebotomy certification so that you can get a full-time job.

Phlebotomy is the process of withdrawing blood from patients for clinical or medical testing. As a medical professional, obtaining training in phlebotomy can open up job opportunities in hospitals, clinics, or blood donation centers. Phlebotomy Training Specialists offers phlebotomy classes in Birmingham, AL, that can give you the skills you need to begin a career in this field.

What You Will Learn

During the phlebotomy classes in Birmingham, AL, students will gain an understanding of basic anatomy and physiology, as well as learn how to properly collect and process blood samples. The curriculum has been designed by medical experts and covers topics such as infection control, universal precautions, and proper patient care.

In addition to classroom instruction, students will also get hands-on experience collecting blood from fellow classmates under the supervision of certified instructors. By the end of the course, students will be able to describe proper safety procedures and demonstrate sterile technique while performing a venipuncture.

Phlebotomy is a critical function in the medical field. Blood tests can provide important information about a patient’s health, and phlebotomists play a vital role in ensuring that these tests are performed correctly. If you are interested in becoming a phlebotomist, you will need to complete an accredited training program.

Course Offerings

Our phlebotomy training programs take between 2 and 6 weeks to complete. During this time, you will receive both classroom instruction and hands-on training. Classroom instruction will cover topics such as anatomy and physiology, while hands-on training will give you the opportunity to practice your skills on real patients.

Anatomy & Physiology: In this course, you will learn about the structure and function of the human body systems relevant to phlebotomy.

Medical Terminology: This course will introduce you to the medical terminology used by healthcare professionals. You will learn how to correctly pronounce and spell medical terms to communicate effectively with other healthcare team members.

Introduction to Phlebotomy: This course will cover the basics of phlebotomy, including equipment, safety precautions, and common procedures.

If you are interested in becoming a phlebotomist, then completing an accredited phlebotomy training program is the first step.