Become a Certified Phlebotomist!
KSPS offers hands-on training by Certified Allied Healthcare Instructors. Our instructors have over 20 years of Medical Phlebotomy experience and know the importance of high quality, professional and compassionate healthcare training – all necessary in ensuring you become an asset in the medical field.
KSPS can provide you with the pathway to a rewarding career. From certificate programs in phlebotomy to CPR courses — we’ll help you choose the right path and whichever direction you take, we’ll be by your side the entire way.
This course of instruction prepares individuals for entry-level jobs as phlebotomists. Graduates may find suitable employment with hospitals, nursing homes, and laboratories. Upon completion of this program students will be able to evaluate a patient’s ability to withstand procedure, locate veins on a patient’s arm, store blood and apply tourniquets to patients’ arms, perform basic point of care testing, prepare blood, urine, and other specimens for testing, and maintain medical equipment such as needles and test tubes.
How do I apply?
We want to make sure you know what to expect as you begin the process of becoming a student at KS Phlebotomy School. Below, you will find basic information about our admission process. If you’re motivated to make a big change in your life, KS Phlebotomy School ready to help you reach your career goals.
All students will:
● Complete an application form
● Meet with a medical career specialist
● Successfully pass an entrance exam
● Submit necessary documentation and meet specific program admissions requirements*
● Interview with program director or campus representative
*(Requirements vary by program)
When are classes offered?
|4-Week Evening Program||Monday – Thursday||4 pm – 9 pm|
|4-Week Day Program||Monday – Thursday||9 am – 2 pm|
|7-Week Weekend Program||Saturday & Sunday||9 am – 3:30 pm|
How much does the program cost?
The cost for Phlebotomy Training and Certification through KSPS is $1600 (includes one-time certification exam fee, KSPS does not cover retests).
How soon can I get started?
4-Week program (Monday-Thursday) offered on the following dates:
|Winter 2023||January 9 – February 2||February 6 – March 2|
|Spring 2023||March 20 – April 13||April 17 – May 11||May 15 – June 8|
|Summer 2023||June 26 – July 20||July 24 – August 17||August 21 – September 14|
|Fall 2023||September 18 – October 12||October 16 – November 9,||November 27 – December 21|
7-week program (Saturday & Sunday) offered on the following dates:
|Winter 2023||January 7 – February 19|
|Spring 2023||March 25 – May 7|
|Summer 2023||August 5 – September 17|
|Fall 2023||September 23 – November 5|
Is KSPS accredited?
KS Phlebotomy School, LLC (KSPS): Approved and Regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Austin, Texas. Approved and partnered with National Health Career Association.