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Basic Peace Officer Academy

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Basic Peace Officer Academy       3

This program exceeds the minimum requirements for Peace Officer certification set forth in section 109.77 of the Ohio Revised Code. The student will receive training in our 56,000 square foot public safety facility which houses state of the art multi-media classrooms, an indoor twenty lane computerized firing range, physical fitness facilities, computerized firearms and driving simulators. Our experienced faculty use a variety of teaching methodologies that are scenario based, thus enabling our cadets to be "street ready" upon graduation from the academy. Contact marshallv@butlertech.org or 513.645.8350 for more information. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Steps to Enrollment • High school diploma or GED (provide copy at time of registration) • Be 20 1/2 years of age by the starting date of the police academy • Possess a valid driver’s license • Attend an information session • Complete WorkKeys • Pass physical standards entry test • FBI & BCI background check. (You must be free of convictions (whether as a Juvenile or Adult) for any: Felony Crimes, Serious Misdemeanor Crimes, Crimes of violence, or Domestic Violence Crimes You must also be convicted of any offense which would disqualify you from possessing a firearm in the United States and/or the State of Ohio) • Pass drug screen • Pass medical history & exam • Compete required academy forms • Complete course registration • Complete financial arrangements -- All steps must be completed 2 weeks prior to the start of the course .


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Fire/EMS Instructor

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Fire/EMS Instructor       3

50 hours instruction of adult students and basic teaching techniques; 8 hours in instruction specific to the field of student (EMS or Fire); 2 hours toward completion of the techniques exam; an additional 10 hours of supervised teaching is required for State of Ohio Certification after the completion of the course. Call for complete pre-requisite information.


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Emergency Medical Technician

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Emergency Medical Technician       3

The Emergency Medical Technician course covers all techniques of emergency medical care considered within the scope of practice of the EMT as defined by the State of Ohio and NHTSA Standards. This course is designed for individuals desiring to provide emergency medical care with an ambulance service or other pre-hospital rescue service routinely providing emergency care. 176 hours of classroom and laboratory education coupled with 20 hours of clinical experiences prepare you to take the certification exam and become a member of the pre-hospital health care team. Prerequisites include the ACT WorkKeys Assessment, criminal background check, and Tuberculin skin test completed or initiated prior to registration. Please take into consideration that the completion of these prerequisites can take up to 3 weeks to complete. This course is a state mandated prerequisite for the Paramedic Academy.


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Firefighter I

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Firefighter I       3

Firefighter Level I (200 Hours) Butler Tech has been training firefighters for over 30 years and we have developed an intensive Firefighter I course of study to give new firefighters the practical and cognitive training needed to operate safely and effectively on the fire ground and prepare the student for a career in the fire service. Both day and evening courses are offered to meet today’s students scheduling needs. Students will acquire training in: firefighter safety, physical training, structural firefighting, incident command systems, technical rescue team assistance, vehicle rescue and extrication, emergency vehicle operation, hazardous materials operations and numerous other topics. This training meets the and education standards for firefighter 1 as identified in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards, NFPA 1001 and is the minimum level of training recommended to function as a firefighter in the State of Ohio. Our 45-acre facility, dedicated to public safety education, provides students with the opportunity to put classroom knowledge into practice. Using our various fire training structures and props we simulate real world situations including live firefighting. Successful completion of the course is required to be eligible to sit for the state examination to be certified at the Firefighter I level. Upon successful completion of the course and certification as a Firefighter I, the candidate will be eligible to receive a Pro Board certification, a nationally recognized certification acknowledging the individual has measured against peers and meets rigorous national standards. The Pro Board certification improve uniformity of training and state-to-state portability of qualifications, as well as adding credibility to the individual’s fire organization by having members certified to a national standard. A pre-admission meeting with the Program Director or one of our Academy Coordinators is required prior to enrollment (513-645-8350) to review all course requirements. Pre-requisites for the course include; a physical examination, initiation of a BCI / FBI background check, physical fitness evaluation, mandatory orientation meeting, and the WorkKeys Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents examinations.


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Fire Knowledge Exam

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Fire Knowledge Exam       3

The Fire Knowledge Exam is for individuals seeking to qualify as an Assistant Fire Instructor, or as a pre-requisite for the Fire Instructor Course


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Fire Rescue Academy

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Fire Rescue Academy       3

This Fire Rescue Academy is an intensive course of study which prepares the student for a career in the fire service. Students will acquire training in Fire, EMS, Technical Rescue, Emergency Vehicle Operation and Hazardous Materials incidents from our experienced faculty. Both day and evening academies are offered, thus allowing students to continue working while they attend classes. Graduates of the Academy are eligible to take the state certification exam to become Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians in Ohio. Students will experience up to 40 hours of live burns in our state-of-the-art, propane-fuelled fire tower. Pre-admission interview is required.


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Firefighter Level 2 Transition

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Firefighter Level 2 Transition       3

The Firefighter II Transition Course is designed to transition the student from the Firefighter I level to the advanced level of Firefighter II. Firefighter II knowledge, skills and abilities learned during this course build upon the Firefighter 1 concepts. The students will participate in classroom instruction, incident report writing, flammable liquid live fires, fire ground command, evidence preservation, pre-incident survey, and equipment maintenance. The course is the second level of standards-based certification available to firefighters in Ohio. An Ohio Firefighter I certification is required for admission to the course. The Firefighter II transition Course, combined with the Ohio Firefighter I course meets “Firefighter II Course Objectives”. Successful completion of the course is required to be eligible to sit for the state examination to be certified at the Firefighter II level. Upon successful completion of the course and certification as a Firefighter II, the candidate will be eligible to receive a Pro Board certification, a nationally recognized certification acknowledging the individual has measured against peers and meets rigorous national standards. The Pro Board certification improve uniformity of training and state-to-state portability of qualifications, as well as adding credibility to the individual’s fire organization by having members certified to a national standard. A pre-admission meeting with the Program Director or one of our Academy Coordinators is required prior to enrollment (513-645-8350) to review all course requirements. Pre-requisites for the course include; a physical examination, initiation of a BCI / FBI background check, physical fitness evaluation, mandatory orientation meeting, and the WorkKeys Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents examinations. Students have to have a certification demonstrating 16 hours of Emergency Vehicle Operations (EVOC) dated within 1 year of the Level II transition class completion.


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Paramedic Academy

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Paramedic Academy       3

As the highest level of pre-hospital care, paramedics play an essential role as part of the professional healthcare team. Using the current national standards, this program allows you to develop the knowledge and expertise to make a difference in patients’ lives and move your career to new heights.

Butler Tech prepares students with a challenging program that combines classroom and laboratory instruction with a solid hospital and field externship.

Classroom topics cover:

  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Medical terminology
  • Patient assessment
  • Medical trauma emergencies
  • Advanced care.

Time outside the classroom will be spent in various settings like:

  • Hospital emergency rooms
  • Fire departments
  • Labor and delivery
  • Dispatch.

After completion of the curriculum, students are eligible to test for the National

Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians to become certified in the state of Ohio.

Employment opportunities are available with fire departments, private ambulance services, hospital emergency rooms and blood banks. 100 percent of students in this program find jobs.

INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS

STARTING SALARY RANGE
$30,000 - $45,000 full-time

Gainful Employment


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Private Security Firearms Requalification

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Private Security Firearms Requalification       3

This course meets the requirements of ORC Section 4749.10 for the annual re-qualification of a private security officer that is authorized to carry a firearm. Students/security officers should bring their unloaded handgun and an appropriate holster that fits their particular handgun model and caliber, 2 magazines with holders, eye & ear protection, billed ballcap, and 100 rounds of ammunition. A limited number of handguns are available to rent at a price of $35.


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Private Security Firearms

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Private Security Firearms       3

This 20 hour training course meets the training requirements of ORC Section 4749.10 covering private security firearms training. Students/security officers should bring their unloaded handgun and an appropriate holster that fits their particular handgun model and caliber, 2 magazines with holders or at least 1 speed loader that is the correct type/size for their revolver, eye & ear protection, billed ballcap, and 250 rounds of ammunition. A limited number of handguns are available to rent at a price of $35.