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Car and Craft Show 

Join us October 6 for Tolles 2nd annual Car and Craft Show. Register for the craft show here.

 Parent Teacher Conferences 

Parent Teacher Conferences will be on September 27 from 3:30-6:30. Schedule with teachers here.

 

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Public Safety

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Public Safety Classes

Train for a rewarding career with Tolles Public Safety courses in Firefighting I/II and EMT.

EMT

Become a full-time Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in Ohio. This course meets and/or exceeds the state’s certification requirements for a professional EMT in Ohio. The program follows the state and national curriculum for EMT. Students can expect a challenging classroom curriculum combined with practical hands-on training. Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to sit for the State of Ohio and the National Registry written and practical exam. Test fee is $75. Included in the class are ten hours of practical “hands-on” experience with local hospitals and emergency medical providers.

Schedule

  • EMT  Orientation Monday, August 6th @ 5 pm.
  • Class beings on Monday, August 13th @ 5pm.
  • Classes meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-10pm.

Cost

$1199

Firefighter I & II

Fire I & II course meets and/or exceeds State and National certification requirements for Firefighter I & II. Students can expect a challenging classroom curriculum, combined with practical hands-on training. Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to sit for Ohio’s Firefighter I & II written and practical exam. All students must be able to provide protective gear and SCBA.

Schedule

  • FFI & II Orientation Tuesday, August 7th @ 5pm.
  • Class beings on August 11th @ 8:30am.

Cost

$$2295

CPR/First Aid Certification

Tolles Adult Education Public Safety offers CPR and First Aid Certification to the public. Contact Tim Stainer at tstainer@tollestech.com for pricing and availability.

News

How Do I Become a Firefighter?

Although this seems like a straightforward question, many variables might affect your decision-making process. First, do you want to be a full-time, part-time or volunteer firefighter? A full-time firefighter in the State of Ohio requires the following certifications: Firefighter I & II, hazardous materials awareness, hazardous materials operations and incident command system 100 & 700.  More +
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