This course will introduce individuals to basic OSHA, CLIA, and CDC blood borne pathogens regulations of Public Health standards and safety set forth for Phlebotomy along with the recently added and growing Profession of Contact Tracing. To include laboratory terminology, Universal precaution, BBP protocol when collecting blood and body fluid samples, the role of the lymphatic system with clinical procedures. Other topics also presented in the course include various blood and bodily fluid sample collections for Chemistry, Hematology, Serology/ Immunology, Microbiology, Urology and Blood bank processing and analysis, including STD, COVID-19 rapid, antibody and influenza collection, quarantine vs isolation, vital signs and basic medical terminology. Upon successful completion of the course, individuals will have acquired necessary knowledge and skills to seek employment and demonstrate, assist and provide a safe confidential and professional clinical setting to collect various specimens needed for diagnosis, treatment and patient education.

*Open Enrollment:

Now Accepting New Students

June 2024 and August 2024 Classes

Class Schedule:
Evening 6p-9p Tuesday and Thursday


3720 West Lucas Drive Beaumont, TX 77706
(intersection of Folsom and Lucas next door to Munro’s Cleaners)
Click Here For Directions

Inquiries please contact:

Pam Davis-Jolivet
(409) 434-7496

Brenda Davis

(346) 933-1317

Visit our web site:

P.O. Box 12201

Beaumont, TX 77706

Next Class Begins Tuesday – June 25, 2024


Phlebotomy Technician Certification

Study Program
Course Overview


Program Summary:
As a Phlebotomy Technician the laboratory relies on you to collect quality samples from the patient to produce quality laboratory results. To do this, a phlebotomy technician must create an atmosphere of trust and confidence with patients while drawing blood specimens in a skillful, safe and reliable manner. This course is intended for those who have no experience and want to become employed as a Phlebotomy Technician in a clinical laboratory or public health department setting.

The Onsite/Online course includes:
Eight weeks, Eleven Chapters, Two Chapters covered per week with an Allied Health Certified Healthcare Instructor. The course is onsite instruction and hands-on clinical to provide you with a complete learning experience and occasional online class hours as needed.

Instructional Units/Hours

Topic Hours
Introduction to Phlebotomy 6
Introduction to Basic Medical Terminology 6
Infection Control & Safety Precautions 6
Anatomy & Physiology 6
Mid Term Exam 2
Identification 4
Site selection & Preparation 4
Blood collection Equipment 6
Venipuncture 10
Skin Puncture 10
Post-Puncture Care 4
Error, Risks & Complications 4
Problem Solving  4
Communications, Stress, Behavior & Ethics 4
Quality Assurance 8
Certification Process 2
Subtotal hours 78
Practical Training in a Clinical Setting TBT
Required Successful Venipunture Sticks 20
Required Successful Skin Puncture Sticks 20
Total Hours Zoom and Onsite  118
Total Hours of Independent Home Based Study Required 108
Total 226

Course Fee:

$1450 Phlebotomy Course Tuition (Book not included).
$250.00 down payment required to enroll in the course and reserve a seat in the upcoming class.
($25.00 Application Processing fee) All applications are reviewed for approval. Acceptance letters are sent 30 days prior to class start.

Financial Assistance:
In House Financial Aid is available to all Students with a need for financial assistance.

Community Job Survey:
Starting pay $15-21 per hour. As the baby boomer generation ages the need for qualified health professionals continues to increase dramatically. The fastest growth in this field is expected in independent medical laboratories as hospitals continue to send a greater amount of their lab work to off-site facilities.

Phlebotomist are more in demand than ever before, in lieu of the COVID 19 Pandemic. As the need to employ trained Phlebotomist to administer COVID Testing, along with the need for more lab testing through blood draws and the shortage of trained Professionals to administer the COVID vaccine.

Upon successful completion of the course, graduates will receive a Certificate of Completion. Additionally, graduates will be qualified for the optional certification examination offered by the National Health Career Association (NHA) or American Medical Technologist (AMT) for Competency Testing.

Minimum 18 years of age and high school completion or its equivalent.

Contact Us:

S.E. Texas Phlebotomy Institute, Inc.

(409) 434-7496 ( Text or Call)

(346) 933-1317 ( Text or Call)

*course information maybe modified at school’s discretion*