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Registration Information
Registration Form

Blue Ridge Community College offers a continuing education program in Phlebotomy. The program schedule and enrollment requirements are outlined on this page.

Healthcare Program Information

Henderson County Registration:
Registration for these programs is done in-person Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Henderson County Campus 180 W. Campus Dr. Flat Rock, NC in the Continuing Education Building, Room 123. To contact the program assistant call (828) 694-1750.

Healthcare classes are held at two locations:
Health Sciences Center (third floor)
805 6th Avenue West, Hendersonville, NC 28731-4137
(across from YMCA)


Transylvania County Campus

45 Oak Park Drive, Brevard, NC 28712

Transylvania County Registration
On the first Thursday of each month from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and third Tuesday of each month from 1 to 4 p.m. registration is held at the Transylvania County Campus in Straus Building Student Welcome Center. To contact the program assistant call (828) 694-1750.


Requirements for Registration

Students must have proof of all requirements and payment at registration. 

Registration will be limited to 15 persons (first-come, first-serve). A short waiting list may be taken.

  • The student must have a current license in Nurse Aide I, II, EKG or Medical Assistant.
  • The student must be 18 years old or older.
  • The student must provide a copy of current CPR certification.
  • The student must provide copy of a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma.
  • Provide proof of medical requirements (see above).

The following identifications are required: 

  • Signed Social Security Card (cannot be laminated), or letter from Social Security Office.
  • Current Driver’s License or government-issued picture ID. Names must match.


About the Program

Phlebotomy technicians draw blood from patients and prepare specimens for testing or storage. They work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, laboratories, clinics and blood banks. If you are seeking a career in the health care field, like working with people, and possess good interpersonal skills, a career as a phlebotomy technician may be for you.

The Phlebotomy program is an intense course of study with 3 phases (class, lab and clinical) that prepares students for technician positions to draw blood from patients and prepare specimens for testing or storage in hospitals, physicians’ offices, laboratories, clinics and blood banks. Content includes the circulatory system, anatomy, physiology, and the phlebotomist role in the health care system. The course also covers procedures and the responsibility and skills required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. 

This program is 200 hours: 110 class/ lab and 90 hours clinical.  Clinical hours and location may vary. Program graduates receive a certificate of completion and are eligible for national certification.


 Course Schedule

Dates Days Times Location Room
January 29 to May 17, 2019 Tu W 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Transylvania County Campus TRCT 204

Clinical days and times will be announced and will vary.


Course Costs:

  • To be paid at registration: $352.30 (includes $1.30 accident insurance) payable to Blue Ridge Community College.  
  • Gray Scrubs: (estimate) $30
  • Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening: $66.50 (form available first day of class, cost varies)


Medical Prerequisite:

Students must have proof of immunization for Rubella, Chicken Pox Titer, recent Two-Step TB Skin test with results (good thru clinical), proof of the first Hepatitis B Inoculation, a current Tetanus, and seasonal flu vaccination before enrolling in the program. A medical form is available for your convenience. Local health departments can provide any or all of the above.

Medical Form


Clinical Information:

Scheduled days, hours and duration for each clinical experience will vary according to the clinical facility, but must total 90 hours. Clinical hours may start as early as 5 a.m. and end as late as 5 p.m. Students are usually scheduled 6 to 8 hours per day. A variety of facilities are utilized for clinical practicums. Students must have reliable transportation and be able to travel to designated facilities.