Emergency Services

Emergency Services Participants

Registration Packet 
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Ever wonder if the Emergency Services career field is the right one for you? This hands-on workshop may be just what you need to help make that final decision. Youth will try skills or tasks used in these careers on a daily basis. Professionals in these careers will work directly with them so the youth can easily ask questions and get the most fullfilling experience possible.  

Below are the careers being covered and just a couple of the topics. Students will be asked to pick a career to focus on in the morning and in the afternoon we will all come together to do a group activity and also use the skills they learned from the morning and be a part of a real mock crash and help the professionals walk through what exactly would happen during a real crash scene.  

Who - Youth in grade 5-12
When - September 21, 2019, 9:00 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Registration due - September 12, 2019  
Where - Morrow County Emergency Services Building, 140 S. Main St, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338

911 Dispatcher
Dispatch the helicopter to the workshop!
Talk on the radio and listen to past calls 

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) & Paramedic 
CPR overview
Splints and bleeding control
Search and rescue

Firefighter
Fire suppression
Obstacle course

Law Enforcement
Crime scene investigation
Self defense techniques

Ohio Highway Patrol
Crash site investigation
Traffic Safety

Questions? Contact Amanda Forquer, forquer.13@osu.edu.

Construction and Automotive Technology

Registration Packet
Promotional Flyer

Take the guess work out of whether you would like to work in a construction trade or automotive technology trade career! Youth can spend the day trying out skills used in these trade fields to see if they like them. During this hands-on workshop, youth will complete some of the tasks listed below (activities are subject to change).

Who - Youth in grades 5-12 (limited to 20 youth per class)
When - April 13, 2019, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Beginning at 3:00 p.m. parents can join the youth to view the projects they worked on and tour the workshops.
Registration due - April 3, 2019
Cost - $15 Morrow County Residents, $35 Non-Morrow County Residents
Where - Tri-Rivers Career Center, 2222 Marion-Mt. Gilead Rd., Marion, OH 43302
Pending Sponsors - Each youth will receive a toolset to continue their learning by creating new projects to complete at home.

Automotive Technology    changing a tire
Automotive Safety Inspections
Lube, Oil and Filter Change
Tire Dismount, Mount, Balance and Rotation 
Basic Electrical Circuit Diagnostics and Repair  
Automotive Scan Tool Operation

Construction Management  
Basic Construction – Build a small project to take home!
CNC Router Usage
Heavy Equipment Demonstration - Operation & Safety
Small Tool Safety
Wall Framing (parts of a wall and how to construct it)