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Telecommunications Tower Technician 1

The program of study prepares a student for an entry level tower technician (working at heights) position in the telecommunication sector. Topics include safety, basic rigging and fall protection, principles of electricity, fiber optics, wireless technology, cell components, antenna basics, and spectrum management. Tower technicians are on the front lines of connecting America’s rural, unserved, and underserved communities to broadband and highspeed communications services. As the need for broadband services grows across the globe, tower technicians and communications infrastructure contractors will be called upon to install communications and broadcast towers that connect rural, unserved, and underserved communities.

Check out this trailer of “Vertical Freedom” for a glimpse of life as a Tower Technician.

Short-Term Certificate Programs


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If you have any questions or to register, contact the Adult Education office at (419) 334-6901

Diversified Medical Occupations

Total 900 hours – 580 classroom hours and 320 externship hours

Graduates have been employed by
Promedica, Physicians’ Offices, Bellevue Hospital, NOMS Healthcare, Fremont, Mercy Physician’s Group, Tiffin

DMO program is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges

ACCSC Graduation & Employment Report

Get an overview of what you can expect to learn in this 900-hour course that is designed to prepare participants for a job in an allied health occupation.

Public Safety

This course includes the national standard objectives for the paramedic profession. There will be 500 hours in the classroom, 450 hours clinical rotation including externship with area Life Squads. Vanguard-Sentinel Career Center gained a 5 year continuing accreditation from CoAEMSP and CAAHEP which permits our students to test National Registry. The Vanguard-Sentinel Career Center’s Paramedic course is fully accredited by the ODPS Division of EMS and CoAEMSP.

Learn:  Education necessary for conduct as a Paramedic in the State of Ohio including knowledge to achieve competency, clinical behaviors and judgement as an entry-level paramedic and skill-level competency.

Hours:  Total 950 hours – 500 classroom hours and 450 externship hours including capstone

Certifications to be Obtained

  • Paramedic certification
  • ACLS
  • PALS


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