There are several courses that can help you become a successful Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT). These courses may vary depending on the institution you attend and the specific requirements of your location, but some common courses include:

1.      Anatomy and Physiology: This course provides an overview of the structure and function of the human body, including the major organ systems and how they work together.

2.      Medical Terminology: This course teaches you the basic medical terminology used in the healthcare industry, including terms related to anatomy, physiology, and disease.

3.      Medical Laboratory Techniques: This course covers the practical aspects of laboratory testing, including specimen collection, preparation, and analysis.

4.      Hematology: This course covers the study of blood cells and their disorders, including blood clotting disorders, anemia, and leukemia.

5.      Clinical Chemistry: This course covers the analysis of bodily fluids, including blood, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid, to diagnose and monitor diseases.

6.      Microbiology: This course covers the study of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi, and their role in disease.

7.      Immunology: This course covers the study of the immune system and its response to diseases and infections.

8.      Quality Control and Laboratory Management: This course covers the principles of quality control and laboratory management, including safety protocols, quality assurance, and regulatory compliance.

These courses provide the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to become a successful Medical Laboratory Technician. It's important to choose an accredited program that meets the specific requirements of your location and prepares you for certification or registration as an MLT.