Get workplace readiness training in Phlebotomy and Dialysis Technician programs.
Increase your skills and employment success. Dialysis is one of the healthcare occupations expected to grow at the rate of 34% in our three county areas; Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union. Register today online at www.sccsc.edu/cce or call us at 864-592-4900.
You can become a certified phlebotomist under the national ASCP guidelines through classroom, lab and clinical experience. You will be trained to collect blood samples which enable physicians to diagnose and treat illnesses. This course will teach you how to obtain blood specimens accurately and comfortably using the proper technique, how to work well under pressure, communicate with patients, and become a vital member of the healthcare team.
August 22 – October 7 at SCC Central Campus
September 26 – November 11 at SCC Central Campus
This program combines Dialysis and Phlebotomy to prepare you for a demanding career as a Dialysis Technician. Phlebotomy is an integral part of working with dialysis patients and this program provides students with marketable skills. You can become a certified phlebotomist under ASCP guidelines. Students learn through classroom, lab and clinical experience.
Course Dates: September 26 – January 24, 2012 at SCC Central Campus
Enclosed is the Fall Health Career Schedule. For a complete schedule of classes visit our website at www.sccsc.edu/cce or call us at 864-592-4900.
Tuition funding for dislocated workers may be available at Upstate Career Source: Spartanburg (864) 562-4168, Cherokee County (864) 902-1150, Union County (864) 427-4119, or for Spartanburg County residents at Smart Jobs (864-592-4820) on campus at the Workforce Center, East building, room E60.