Ohio Volunteer Firefighter Laws

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Students must be sponsored by a fire department to acquire entry right into the Firefighter Training programs. The Firefighter programs provided listed below should not be taken for work-related training for employment.

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Program: Volunteer Firefighter

Description: Volunteer Firefighters are compelled to complete this 36-hour standard course. Successful completion will enable the student to sit for the examination to be a certified Ohio Volunteer Firefighter.

Program is only easily accessible to students sponsored by a fire department.

This regimen will certainly enable an individual to volunteer at a local fire department. It is not intfinished to be or need to be taken for the functions of occupational training for employment.

Total Hours: 36

Orientation - To Be Determined

Schedule will be determined at Orientation.

Tuition: $370

Books: $125

Total: $495

Uniforms and also Supplies: Must be funded and outfitted through the correct equipment from a fire department.

Financial Assistance: Not eligible for federal financial aid, fire departments

Required Deposit: None

Pre-Entrance Assessment: None

Required Score: None

Cost for Assessment: None

Tech Requirements: None

Admission Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent - unless 17 years of age and also enrolled in senior year, accomplish eligibility of state of Ohio ORC/OAC pertinent legislations.

Courses: Classroom/Lab 36 Hours

Location: Waverly Fire Department, 202 South Market St, Waverly OH 45690


Program: Firefighter I Transition

Description: This change course is designed for certified Volunteer Firefighters to upgrade to the Firefighter, Level I Certificate. Successful completion of this course will permit the student to sit for examination to be a certified Firefighter, Level I in Ohio.

Program is just accessible to students sponsored by a fire department.

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This routine will enable an individual to volunteer at a regional fire department. It is not intended to be or need to be taken for the functions of occupational training for employment.

Total Hours: 124


Orientation: To Be Determined

Schedule will certainly be figured out at Orientation.

Tuition: $990

Books: $125

Total: $1115

Unicreates and Supplies: Must be sponsored and outfitted via the proper devices from a fire department.

Financial Assistance: Not eligible for federal financial help, fire departments

Required Deposit: None

Pre-Entrance Assessment: None

Required Score: None

Cost for Assessment: None

Tech Requirements: None

Admission Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent - unless 17 years of age and also enrolled in senior year, accomplish eligibility of state of Ohio ORC/OAC relevant legislations, valid driver’s license, valid Ohio Volunteer FF card

Courses: Classroom/Lab 124 Hours

Location: Waverly Fire Department, 202 South Market St, Waverly OH


Program: Firefighter II Transition

Description: This transition course is designed for certified Firefighter I to upgrade to the Firefighter, Level II Certificate. Successful completion of this course will allow the student to sit for examicountry to be a certified Firefighter, Level II in Ohio.

Program is just accessible to students funded by a fire department.

This program will certainly enable an individual to volunteer at a neighborhood fire department. It is not intfinished to be or should be taken for the functions of job-related training for employment.

Total Hours:84

Orientation - To Be Determined

Schedule will certainly be determined at Orientation.

Tuition: $865

Books: $125

Total: $990

Uniforms and Supplies: Must be funded and outfitted via the proper tools from a fire department.

Financial Assistance: Not eligible for federal financial assist, fire departments

Required Deposit: None

Pre-Entrance Assessment: None

Required Score: None

Cost for Assessment: None

Tech Requirements: None

Admission Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent - unless 17 years of age and enrolled in senior year, meet eligibility of state of Ohio ORC/OAC pertinent legislations, valid driver’s license, valid FFI card