Students in the Fire Science/EMT program prepare for a career in public safety. This two-year, intensive academy program provides the necessary education, training, and skill development needed for entry level emergency services positions. At age 18 if successful, you can take state and national certification exams for Firefighter Levels I and II, and Emergency Medical Technician Basic. In addition, you receive certification training in First Aid, CPR, AED, and FEMA.
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Fire Equipment Repair Technician
- Medical Ambulance Transport Provider
- Hospital Based Medical Care Technician
- Basic Fire Suppression
- Pre-Hospital Medical Care
- Fire Equipment Maintenance
- First Aid, CPR, & AED
- Emergency Management Strategy and Tactics
- Basic Rescue Techniques
- Vehicle Extrication
- Positive Work Ethic
- Team Building Concepts
- Advanced Psychomotor Skills
State of Ohio Firefighter 1
State of Ohio Firefighter 2
National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician
American Heart Association First Aid, CPR, & AED.
Federal Emergency Management Agency IS-100.b, 200.b, 700.a, & 800.b ICS,NIMS, & NRF
Students will have the opportunity not only to be certified, but also receive up to 18 college credits towards a degree at 10 funded state colleges. Internships with The Warren County Fire Chief’s Association, and WCCC job placement are also available to students. Hospital clinical rotations, and Fire Department observations will also allow students to gain experience as they go through the program. Opportunities to successful completers of the Fire Science/EMT program are abundant.