Phlebotomy Program

Interested in advancing your skills in aesthetics to perform phlebotomy or perform PRP microneedling? Our Phlebotomy for PRP program may just be the answer.

During this short 40 hour program, students get an in-depth focus on the circulatory system, hemostasis and infection control. They learn the skill of venipuncture and drawing blood. They bring that venipuncture skill to microneedling with PRP as they learn to centrifuge the blood and extract the plasma.

The program is taught by our on-staff LPN, a nationally certified phlebotomist with years of experience as a phlebotomist at Providence. She is also a certified advanced esthetician and licensed instructor.

Commonly Asked Questions & Answers

What Will I Learn?
Treatments you will learn…

  • Venipuncture
  • Blood centrifuge
  • Microneedling with PRP
Who Teaches This Program?

The program is taught by our on-staff LPN, a nationally certified phlebotomist with years of experience as a phlebotomist at Providence. She is also a certified advanced esthetician and licensed instructor.

What Is Tuition/Costs?

Tuition/Costs are $2695. 

Is Financing Available?

Ascent Funding and  Meritize are two private longer term financial aid options. VA Funding Available – Find Out More.

Do I Receive A Certification?

This course may be taken to learn the skill of phlebotomy. National certification is possible upon completion and passing the National Phlebotomy Certification exam.

Work in a lab or clinic setting drawing blood. If your desire is to continue beyond venipunctures and learn the skill of creating PRP with a centrifuge, then this program will expand your skillset to the use of PRP for skin and hair restoration.

You will receive a Phlebotomy Certification upon successful completion of the program.

What Are Upcoming Dates?

02/27/23-03/03/23

05/08/23-05/11/23

07/17/23-07/20/23

09/18/23-09/21/23

Is Lodging Available?

Many students travel to us from across the Pacific Northwest. There are numerous hotels within a three mile radius. We have negotiated a student discount at the nearby Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suites. Mention Spectrum when you call for reservations. Students have also found housing through AirBnB and other short term residency options.