Firefighting & Emergency Medical Services | FMS

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Put safety into action. In this program, students in the junior year learn the fundamentals of firefighting and emergency medical services, with a public safety core.  The senior year focuses on Ohio’s 240-hour Level II Professional Firefighter certification program and the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician-B certification program. Upon completion of the program, students have the potential to be hired as a firefighter and EMT at the basic level.
Career Options
  • Firefighter
  • EMT Basic
  • Paramedic
  • Hazardous Materials Technician
 

Program Specifics

The Firefighting/Emergency Medical Services program is for the student who is focused, mature, and wanting to get a head start in the firefighting and/or emergency medical services career area. An interview with students and parents is part of the application process. (Minimum 2.0GPA, Algebra 1, background check and interview required. Biology strongly recommended.)




Opportunities In the Senior Year

College Articulation

 

Advanced Job Placement

Early Placement

School-To-Apprenticeship

 

Board of Regents (CT2 Initiative)-
State Colleges, EMT Basic and Firefighter II – 2 courses

Columbus State Community College-
semester hours vary for those majoring in Firefighting

Columbus State Community College-
semester hours vary for those majoring in EMT