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Students in Public Safety classes protect their communities and save lives. Students work as firefighters and emergency medical technicians (EMT) to respond to emergencies as career, part-time or volunteers.  

WCCC offers basic and advanced classes for firefighters (I & II) and EMT's. Renewal programs and special training topics are also offered. WCCC also offers classes in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.

Growing regions such as Warren County require a reliable workforce of emergency workers. Be a part of this rewarding and engaging field. Begin a career plan for your public safety career now.

Public Safety courses located at WCCC Main Campus in Lebanon, Ohio. Student receive hands-on training in firefighting and rescue in the WCCC Fire Training Center, which includes a two-story Class A burn building and a five-story training tower for ladder placement, hose movement and rope rescue. 

Call or email Coordinator Ron Kern to enroll and for further details: (513) 933-3941 or [email protected]

The Warren County Career Center Public Safety  Services  Program Is “Chartered to Conduct Firefighter Training in Ohio” by the Ohio Department of Public Safety. State Fire Certification tests are given after each level. The Firefighter I, Firefighter II and EMT programs are fully accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE).

Who to Call
For more information about Firefighter Transition I & II, EMT Basic or CPR classes, contact Public Safety Services Program Coordinator Ron Kern at 513.933.3941, [email protected].


Ready to begin the enrollment process? Click HERE to register online for an information session. All course start dates and information HERE. Info sessions are available on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. You can meet the coordinator/instructor, explore financial aid, and enroll.  

College credit may be available from Sinclair Community College for selected courses. See the Program Coordinator for details.
Note: All Public Safety Services programs/classes are held on the Main Campus of the Warren County Career Center, unless otherwise noted.



WCCC is an AHA Testing Site

American Heart Association logo If you took your American Heart Association CPR course online, you can test right here at WCCC. Call for details 513-932-8145 ext. 5225
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