Manchester Phlebotomy School Classes

Manchester Phlebotomy Class Structure

Tuition and Fees

  • Class Tuition

    $865
  • Registration

    $150
  • Book/Supplies

    $165
  • National Exam Fee

    $115
  • Total for Tuition and Exam

    $1295

$150 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 by the first day of selected course. If you are unable to make full payment by these deadlines, please 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
*See below to register for one of our next upcoming courses.
Training Syllabus
A. COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The Phlebotomy course is designed to train individuals to properly collect and process blood and other clinical specimens for laboratory testing, and to interact with health care personnel, clients, and the general public.
Presentation includes equipment and additives, basic anatomy, and techniques for safe and effective venipuncture. Emphasis will be placed on collection techniques, specimen processing, work flow practices, referrals, and utilizing laboratory information systems. This course will prepare individuals to write the Phlebotomist Certification examination. 

B. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION

The student is trained through the modules during class, obtaining that knowledge through book and hands-on training each class period.
The book knowledge obtained is then applied in the hands-on training portion of class. Theory first, and actual application of the theory follows shortly thereafter.

C. COURSE EXPECTATIONS / COMPENTENCIES / OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of the Phlebotomy course, students will have an opportunity to learn how to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge, entry-level skills, and tasks associated with blood collecting and other specimen collection processes.
  2.  Assist the health care team in the accurate, safe, and reliable collection and transportation of specimens for clinical laboratory analyses.
  3. Apply knowledge to basic and special laboratory procedures.
  4. Demonstrate proper infection control techniques used in specimen collection.
  5. Select appropriate equipment, methods, and reagents for collection of laboratory specimens.
  6. Prepare patient and equipment for collection of laboratory specimens.
  7.  Apply ethical, legal, and regulatory issues to the collection of laboratory specimens.
  8. Evaluate quality control procedures and possible sources of error or inconsistencies in specimen collection.
  9. Work cooperatively with staff members, patients, and community resource people.
  10. Apply knowledge to create and maintain a safe working environment.
  11. Respect patient confidentiality and maintain professional conduct in a culturally diverse environment.
Admission Requirements
  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.

Grading Policy

The course is not graded, it is a pass/fail course. As the course progresses, the instructors determine through quizzes in each section and the hands-on skills of the students if they are keeping up with the rest of the class. Remedial training is provided if it is found that a student is not progressing. Students are given the opportunity to attend the weekend/evening/day classes free of charge with additional training. They can also attend month after month if they feel they need additional training. Students must pass 70% of the modules to continue and stay on track for graduation. Progress records are stored and maintained electronically and can be accessed at the school for 6 years following graduation or termination. Transcripts are kept for 50 years. For a copy of your transcripts, please email a written request to .

Complaint Process

Should a student have a complaint with Phlebotomy Training Specialists, then the following steps shall be taken by him/her.

  1. Student shall first attempt to address the grievance informally with the instructor or applicable staff member and try to resolve it. If unsuccessful, proceed to the written grievance procedure.
  2. Students may state the grievance in writing to the Administrator or designee. Please submit the written request within 60 days of the occurrence and the Campus President, Brian   at 701-404-9434 will assist you in resolving your concerns. He will investigate the grievance within 5 business days of receiving the complaint by contacting the student vial email or phone to set up a meeting. In the meeting Brian will discuss the complaint, allow the student to be heard, and discuss an amicable resolution to the complaint. Written notification via email of the resolution will be sent to the student within 10 days after the student meeting.
  3. In his absence you can contact the Student Service Manager at  or 801-669-2056. They will contact the student within 5 days or receiving the complaint via email or phone to set up a meeting. In the meeting they will discuss the complaint, allow the student to be heard, and discuss an amicable resolution to the complaint. They will consult with the President and written notification via email of the resolution will be sent to the student within 10 days after the meeting.
  4. If the student complaint cannot be resolved after exhausting the Institution’s grievance procedure, the student may file a complaint with the New Hampshire Division of Educator Support and Higher Education. They can be reached at 603-271-6443.  Students can also submit their complaints online through the following link: https://my.doe.nh.gov/ESSWEB/HigherEducation/Complaint.aspx. For more information regarding the procedure for filing complaints, please refer to the link listed.
Transfer of Credit

Phlebotomy Training Specialists does not grant credit to students for other courses taken in the field of Phlebotomy or Nursing Assistant Training or any other field. This course is a stand-alone course, and no reduced tuition, nor will reduce hours of participation be given. PTS also does not guarantee that credit earned will transfer to another institution.

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Manchester Location

25 Sundial Ave Suite 307 W
Manchester, NH 03103

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 Manchester New Hampshire will help you get your phlebotomy certification so that you can get a full-time job.