A phlebotomy student takes blood during class.


Kellogg Community College’s iACT phlebotomy training will prepare students to perform venipuncture and skin (dermal) punctures in a safe manner and learn about the clinical laboratory environment. In addition, students will learn about the traits and characteristics required to successfully partner with customers and other health care professionals. The training is offered via a blended learning course with in-seat, online and clinical site components.

KCC’s iACT phlebotomy training program includes:

  • Foundational skills and technical training in health care
  • Career coaches to assist in goal setting, academic advising, barrier removal and job placement
  • Preparation to become certified by the American Society for Clinical Pathology
  • Exposure to health care programs and careers

At the conclusion of the training, KCC staff partner with employers to help students make connections with health care providers.

View our iACT Phlebotomy Course Descriptions.

Select training is free for eligible participants who meet income and residency guidelines. Fill out our iACT Information Request Form today for more information or contact us at 269-565-2828 or [email protected].