Phlebotomy Training in Connecticut (Free & Paid Classes Info)

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Phlebotomy Classes in Connecticut

You made a perfect choice if you decided to become a phlebotomist.

Usually, the course lasts about a few months so you’ll be able to start your career really soon.

Of course, there are lots of job offers for phlebotomists and you’ll be able to get a good income in the state of Connecticut.

Consider the fact that there is a number of options for those who need financial aid to start their phlebotomy training.

To begin with, you need to look for colleges in your area that offer phlebotomy training courses.

As soon as you’ve made a choice, you need to contact the financial aid office of the college to get some information on grant and scholarships.

You may be able to find some financial aid that you are qualified for.

Ask the college to provide you with the requirements and list of papers that you need to provide to apply for a scholarship.

One of the most important requirements is a completed FASFA.

If you apply for some grants and scholarships, you’ll be able enough money to pay for your education and even for some additional educational expenses.

In case you weren’t able to get enough money you can apply for a student loan and a work-study program.

It’s your opportunity to get your education and become a professional phlebotomist.

Don’t forget to contact the Department of Higher Education in Connecticut.

There you’ll be able to get information on free phlebotomy training programs you can apply for.

If you are qualified for some public assistance benefits, you’ll for sure be able to find some programs that will let you become a phlebotomist.

Also, there are lots of unemployment benefits so just address your local Public Assistance Office or Local Job Placement Office.

Moreover, don’t forget to check whether you’re qualified for Job Corps programs.

Available Financial Aid Options for Phlebotomy Training in Connecticut

Emily Griffith Technical College 1860 Lincoln Street-Denver, CO 80203

Emily Griffith Technical College offers the Adult Education Scholarship for adults who want to become phlebotomists in Connecticut.

The main requirement for this program is finished Vocational Transitions Program or the On-the-Job Training Program that are available in certain locations.

If you are qualified you’ll be able to get $750 that can be enough to get your phlebotomy training for free or at least reduce its cost significantly.

To get the application form, visit the official website and start working on the required paperwork.

If you want to become a participant, you need to answer a variety of questions including the information about your reasons and goals.

Also, you need to be able to explain why do you need this scholarship, what benefits you’ll gain and how it can help you to make your life better.

Make sure your answers are honest and really good.

Front Range Community College Larimer Campus-4616 S. Shields Street Fort Collins, CO 80526

Front Range Community College is one of educational institution in Connecticut the offer free phlebotomy training courses for high-school students.

Applying for the Campus Select program high-schoolers have an opportunity to attend the same training courses within the campus that are available for college students.

It means that you have an opportunity to receive your high-school and college credits simultaneously.

It can be qualified as the dual education track program.

If you enter the program you don’t need to pay for your tuition but there can be some other expenses.

Also, there is a Career Pathways Program that is available for those LRCC students who decide to select Technical Program.

If you are a participant, your education cost will be covered by the Thompson and Poudre school district.

You just need to check whether phlebotomy training is in the list of the available courses.

Keep in mind that Front Range Community College offers a bunch of programs that can help you to get your education for free.

Just ask your high-school guidance counselor for some extra information on the issue.

Phlebotomy Schools in Connecticut

Bradford Hall Career Institute 1 Summit Place  Branford, CT 06405 (203) 488-2525

Bradford Hall Career Institute is a provider of the variety of educational programs in Connecticut.

Phlebotomy training is among the available options and it lasts for 100 hours.

After finishing your training you’ll be able to perform all the task that a professional phlebotomist should be able to do.

You should also know that the college offers its courses in a number of states including Connecticut.

Among the available programs, there are healthcare, HVAC, paralegal, and other courses.

Goodwin College

Phlebotomy and Laboratory Services program is in the list of courses provided by Goodwin College.

The course contains both theoretical classes and lab training.

If you want to get more information on the program, address Paula Dowd calling 1-800-889-3282.

One of the main requirements is participation in a clinical rotation in local hospitals.

In fact, Goodwin College will be a perfect choice for those individuals who want to get a lot of hand on experience.

Wallingford Adult Education Center 37 Hall Avenue Wallingford, CT 06492

Wallingford Adult Education Center is one of the main providers of phlebotomy and EKG training courses in the state.

Entering the program you’ll be able to get a bunch of the skills that are required to become a phlebotomist.

Moreover, after finishing your education you’ll be able to perform EKG related duties.

You need 18 weeks to finish your training and start your career.

The classes are held in the evening.

Also, after it, you’ll be able to sit for the healthcare certification exams.

The cost of the program is $825 +some additional fees.

To get more information on the course, call 203-294-3900.

Connecticut Phlebotomist Salaries

*Salaries Updated for 2019.

LocationAvg. Salary
Bridgeport, CT$38,112
New Haven, CT$36,904
Hartford, CT$36,285
Stamford, CT$38,674
Waterbury, CT$36,166
Norwalk, CT$38,674
Danbury, CT$37,245
New Britain, CT$36,233
Bristol, CT$36,233
Meriden, CT$36,233
Milford, CT$38,112
West Haven, CT$36,904
Middletown, CT$36,222

Scholarships & Grant Resources for Phlebotomy Training in Connecticut

Welfare to Work 

Department of Labor
200 Folly Brook Blvd
Wethersfield, CT 06109

Department of Higher Education

61 Woodland Street
Hartford, CT 06105
860-947-1800

New Haven Job Corps 

455 Wintergreen Avenue
New Haven, CT 06515
Tel: (203) 397-3775

Hartford Job Corps Academy 

100 William “Shorty” Campbell Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Tel: (860) 953-7201

WIA Approved Phlebotomy Training Providers in Connecticut

Branford Hall Career Institute

1 Summit Place
Branford, CT  06405

Branford Hall Career Institute

35 North Main Street
Southington, CT  06489

Branford Hall Career Institute

995 Day Hill Road
Windsor, CT  06095

Platt Regional Vocational-Technical School

600 Orange Avenue
Milford, CT  06460

Ridley-Lowell Business and Technical Institute

470 Bank Street
New London, CT  06320

Briarwood College

2279 Mt. Vernon Road
Southington, CT  06489

Lincoln Technical Institute

106 Sebethe Drive
Cromwell, CT  06413

Lincoln Technical Institute

109 Sanford Street
Hamden, CT  06514

Lincoln Technical Institute

8 Progress Drive
Shelton, CT  06484

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  1. Avatar for Jesenia Padilla Jesenia Padilla

    Good Morning,
    I am interested in your Phlebotomy Program.
    I am a Veterinary Technician and drawing blood is my favorite part of the job.
    Can you please send me more information?

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