Professional Firefighter

Contact: Erna Holland at (740) 364-2282 and email eholland@c-tec.edu

1Firefighter I

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY CHARTER #118

In partnership with COTC:

Train in department organization, safety, fire behavior, portable extinguishers, personal protective equipment, tools, ladders, fire hose, appliances and streams, overhaul, rescue and water supplies. Train on fire alarm and communications, forcible entry, ventilation, ropes, control, salvage, cause and origin, detection, alarm and suppression systems, prevention, public education, cause determination, building construction, emergency medical care and hazardous materials. Personal protective equipment required. Upon successful completion of this course students will take the Firefighter I certification test and be prepared for entry-level positions in fire fighting.

Firefighter II

In partnership with COTC
Train in fire department organization, fire alarm and communications, fire hose, appliances and streams, foam fire streams, control, fire and origin, rescue, water supplies, fire detection, alarm and suppression systems, fire prevention, public education, cause determination, building construction, and hazardous materials training. Personal protective equipment required. Upon successful completion of this course students will take the Firefighter ll certification test and be prepared for entry-level positions in Firefighting.

The Firefighter I Program is 156 hours and  total cost is $1,531. Click here to see cost breakdown.

The Firefighter II Program is 108 hours and  total cost is $1,133. Click here to see cost breakdown.

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Program Start Dates

M & W     6pm - 10 pm 
(Saturday   9 am - 5 pm as scheduled)

Firefighter I

Jan 8 - May 5, 2018


Firefighter II

Jan 8 - May 5, 2018


 

Program Content

Fire Fighter I Syllabus

Fire Fighter II Syllabus

  • Department organization safety
  • Fire behavior
  • Portable Extinguishers
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Tools, ladders, fire hose and appliances
  • Streams overhaul rescue and water supplies
  • Fire alarm and communications
  • Forcible entry, ventilation, ropes, control, salvage, cause and origin, detection, alarm and suppression systems
  • Prevention, public education, cause determination, building construction, emergency medical care and hazardous materials.

 

Credentials Offered

  • Upon successful completion of this course students will take the Firefighter I and II certification test and be prepared for entry-level positions in fire fighting.