Phlebotomy Training in Texas (Free & Paid Classes Info)

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Phlebotomy Classes in Texas

Looking for opportunities to become a professional phlebotomist in Texas, you should know that it’s not so hard as you think.

There is a variety of options in local colleges and universities and they offer scholarships and grants for those who experience any financial need.

In this article, you can find information on some offers that will let you get your training for free.

Before starting your career as a phlebotomist you should know that such specialist can get about $23 000 per year.

To begin with, there is a bunch of programs for unemployed individuals who want to become a phlebotomist.

If you have some benefits, look for programs you can be qualified for.

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Also, there are lots of other programs that you can apply for to get your education for free or reduce its cost significantly.

Just take your time and you’ll be able to find lots of grants and scholarships to gain your education.

And, of course, don’t forget to contact your local division of the unemployment agency.

They may provide you with some financial aid so you can become a professional phlebotomist.

One another good option is to ask your employer for help.

If you’re a good employee they may offer you some help with your training but you’ll be asked to work there for a certain period of time.

This option is a perfect opportunity for those who work in the healthcare sphere.

Below there are some other options that you can use to get your education for free.

Available Financial Aid Options for Phlebotomy Training in Texas

Blinn College Bryan301 Post Office Street,-Bryan, TX 77805; Schulenburg 100 Ranger Drive,-Schulenburg, TX 78956; Sealy 3701 Outlet Center,-Sealy, TX 77474

Blinn College offers numerous courses for those individuals who want to start their first career, restart it or gain the new one.

Students who want to start their phlebotomy training or other related courses in this college have an opportunity to apply for Blinn College Foundation Fund.

If you want to apply for it, you can visit the official website where you can get all the necessary information and application form.

Consider the fact that submitting the application you can be qualified for any scholarship offered in the college.

The requirements vary greatly so make sure that you meet all of them including your income level, number of family members, employment status, training programs and so on.

Phlebotomy training courses are among the courses that can be qualified for the scholarship.

Applying for the program, you need to provide your reasons for entering the phlebotomy field and the area they want to work at.

Also, there are programs for those who enter their education under the Workforce Investment Act.

Northeast Texas Community College Mt. Pleasant (1735 Chapel Hill Road, Mt. Pleasant, TX 75455)

Northeast Texas Community College offers its students a variety of scholarships and grants to help them pay for their education.

The Morris County Community Scholarship is one of the available options for those who want to start their phlebotomy training.

It’s available for students who graduated Daingerfield or Paul Pewitt High school.

Consider that there are some other requirements that you should be able to meet for this grant.

You can use this grant to cover your tuition that equates with 12 credits.

If you need help with other expenses you may look for some other options that can be found on the official website.

Also, you can get information on the available scholarships visiting the college campus.

The most important requirement for any scholarship is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

If you’re qualified for any grant and scholarship, you’ll get the notification from the college.

Phlebotomy Schools in Texas

Lamson Institute 5819 NW Interstate 410 Loop Frontage Rd  San Antonio, TX 78238-2500

Lamson Institute is a perfect opportunity for those who want to get their education and start working as soon as possible.

All the courses are well constructed and contain plenty of hands-on experience in any field.

For example, you can start EKG Technician, Lab Assistant/Phlebotomist training at the Lamson Institute.

Entering this program you’ll be able to get more than one medical education and learn how to professionally perform phlebotomist duties.

When you finish your training as a phlebotomist you are assigned for tuition fees of $14,742 for the whole program.

Valley Grande Institute 345 S. Texas Blvd Weslaco, TX 78596

Those who want to start their career in the healthcare field should apply for the Patient Care Technician Program provided by the Valley Grand Institute.

This program is available for multiple medical careers which means you can start your career as phlebotomist or EKG aid as well.

Finishing the course, the students can sit for the nursing assistant certification exam, and the national Phlebotomy and/or Electro Cardiogram licenses

The training lasts for 7 months.

Consider the fact that there is a bunch of financial aid offers in the Institute so you’ll for sure be able to get some help with your tuition payments.

Anamarc Educational Institute 3210 Dyer, 79930 El Paso, TX

Anamarc Education Institute offers a variety of courses for those students who want to start their career in the healthcare field.

Phlebotomy training courses are among the provided options.

Finishing the program you’ll not only be able to get all the required skills and knowledge but also to sit for the Competency Exam.

The course lasts for 600 hours and covers 26 credits.

The program contains classes on the main issues of the phlebotomist work so you can perform your job smoothly.

Texas Phlebotomist Salaries

*Salaries Updated for 2019.

LocationAvg. Salary
Houston, TX$34,388
San Antonio, TX$32,677
Dallas, TX$33,325
Austin, TX$33,046
Fort Worth, TX$32,691
El Paso, TX$29,344
Arlington, TX$32,637
Corpus Christi, TX$31,046
Plano, TX$33,182
Laredo, TX$29,681
Lubbock, TX$29,211
Irving, TX$33,325
Garland, TX$33,253
Amarillo, TX$30,764

Scholarships & Grant Resources for Phlebotomy Training in Texas

Texas Health and Human Services

1545 W Mockingbird Ln # 2000
Dallas, TX 75235-5058
(214) 638-7575

Texas Health and Human Services

4900 North Lamar Boulevard
Austin, TX 78751
(512) 424-6500

Gary Job Corps

2800 Airport Highway 21
P O Box 967
San Marcos, TX 78667
Tel: (512) 396-6652

North Texas Job Corps

1701 N. Church Street
McKinney, TX 75069
Tel: (972) 542-2623

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5 Comments
  1. Avatar for Heather Climbber Heather Climbber

    I am trying to see if I qualify for any kind of program to help cover the cost of schooling for this field and have been having trouble finding just who to talk to. Every time I get in touch with one place, they say I have to call another place. I am going to see about the places you mentioned. I have not tried there. Hopefully, I can find answers and qualify for something.

  2. Avatar for Jasmine R. Jasmine R.

    I have not had any luck in finding a position where I can learn hands-on as a paid internship in this field. Unless I am misunderstanding, it would appear this is an option out there and I have just been looking in the wrong places. I have not been living in Texas very long, only about 9 months now. I moved in with my sister to help out with her children but I need to find work and her friend recommended phlebotomy so here I am! Thanks for the information.

  3. Avatar for Dan Dan

    Fantastic list and exactly what I was looking for. I have spent the last several days trying to find specific information pertaining to this exact topic in Texas and it was a hassle! Very glad I was able to find your blog here. Going to bookmark the page and share your site on Facebook. Your site should be much higher up on Google!

  4. Avatar for Vince Paul Vince Paul

    I just moved to Texas so this is perfect timing! My family and I had to make the move for my father to oversee a 5-year project. I had the option to stay behind but since I had graduated and most of my friends are leaving the state to go to college, I figured I can just find somewhere to study in Texas. I have experience with blood tests already having worked for a Veterinarian for 2 years so this career and study path seems good for me.

  5. Avatar for Michelle Pottin Michelle Pottin

    I just got certified as phlebotomy tech at texas school of phlebotomy, is there any companies that’ll hire newbies to the field like myself? I have zero exoerirnce in the medical field. Please if you have any leads related to that please feel free to e-mail me. Thank you.

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