Looking for Phlebotomy Training in Monroe, Louisiana? Look No Further than McCann School of Business & Technology

If you’ve always wanted a career in the medical field, but can’t afford to spend years in college, a career as a Phlebotomy Technician may be right for you.

The healthcare industry grows each year and it provides stable, long-term careers for those with the proper education. McCann’s Phlebotomy Technician program* can give you the skills needed to enter this growing field.

Our Phlebotomy Technician program in Monroe, Louisiana provides a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on training to effectively teach you the course material. Our goal is to make sure you have the knowledge and skills to earn your Phlebotomy Technician Certificate of Completion. In as few as three months, you can earn a Certificate of Completion at McCann School of Business & Technology and enter the workforce.

We’ve helped students from all over the Monroe, Bastrop, Ruston, Winnsboro, Calhoun, Farmerville and Rayville areas of Louisiana start new careers, so read on to learn how we can help you, too.

* Phlebotomy Technician is not an accredited program and does not receive title IV funding.

Projected job growth 2012 - 2022*


We provide our graduates with Lifetime Career Assistance.


We’ll help you every step of the way making enrolling simple and stress-free.

What Makes McCann School of Business & Technology Different?

When you enroll in the Phlebotomy Technician program at McCann, you’ll have the support of instructors and access to our comprehensive student resources. Our instructors are experienced professionals who have ample experience in the field. They will share their experiences with you as they teach you the program material. At McCann, you can be sure you’re learning from the best.

In addition, our student resources, which include free tutoring services and career assistance, can help you succeed academically during the program and help you find employment after graduation. At McCann, we strive to ensure each student and graduate has the support they need to achieve their career goals.

What Will You Learn In Our Phlebotomy Technician Program?

Our Phlebotomy Technician program utilizes a combination of lectures and lab classes to train you in the latest phlebotomy techniques. Below are just a few of the skills you’ll learn in our Phlebotomy Technician program:

  • Medical laws and ethical issues regarding phlebotomy
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Medical terminology
  • A variety of phlebotomy procedures such as venipuncture, skin puncture and capillary punctures
  • Lab testing procedures including point-of-care testing and blood smear preparation
  • Properly transporting and handling specimens

Careers in Phlebotomy

While other phlebotomy training programs may only prepare you for one career path, at McCann, we’ll prepare you for several. Here are two positions you can pursue after graduation:

Medical Lab Technician

As a Medical Lab Technician, you’ll collect lab specimens and perform routine medical laboratory tests under the supervision of a Medical Technologist. Using complex laboratory equipment and procedures, you will test samples for the presence of diseases, illness and illegal drugs.


Phlebotomists draw blood for laboratory tests using proper venipuncture techniques and infection control. As a Phlebotomist, you will be responsible for drawing blood and assisting patients who feel ill after a procedure.

Call Today To Start Your New Career in Phlebotomy

If you’re looking for a Phlebotomy Technician program in Monroe, Louisiana, call our Admissions Representatives today! They can answer your questions and walk you through the application process. Enroll now, and in as little as three months you could earn your Phlebotomy Technician Certificate of Completion and be on your way to an exciting and rewarding new career.

Just give us a call at 866.865.8065 to get started or click here to request information online.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Phlebotomists, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/phlebotomists.htm.