The Ohio Association of Emergency Vehicle technicians would like to publish and share the 27th annual Emergency and Municipal Vehicle Maintenance and Repair program Monday, September 23 thru Friday, September 27, 2019. The event is held at the Ohio Fire Academy in Reynoldsburg, Ohio 8895 E. Main St 43068.
Classes include – Hale Fire Pump Repairs, Basic to Advanced Electrical by Spartan, Air Brake Repairs, A/C Systems, Cummins Engines, 10-12 EVT Objective Classes, Spartan Chassis, Sutphen Chassis and Towers, AC / Line Voltage in Vehicles, Chassis Electrical Maintenance, Tire Clinic, Weldon Multiplex Electrical Classes, Akron Brass Maintenance and Repair, Kussmaul Electronics Electrical Troubleshooting , Diesel Engine Maintenance, Stryker EMS Products, Gates Belt Clinic, Rom Products, Fire Research Products, Pierce Aerial and Multiplex Classes, Smart Power Generators, Other Maintenance and Repair Classes for the Municipal and Emergency Vehicles in the market today. EVTCC test site Thursday September 26 2019 @ 4 pm, & Friday September 27 @ 8 am
Note: This is a tentative schedule go to www.oaevt.org for a full calendar schedule
Class tuition- $425.00 and includes lunch all week, Tuesday night BBQ Hosted by Weldon, a division of Akron Brass, and the Wednesday Banquet dinner with Keynote speaker TJ Tennent- the Tyre Guy and awards ceremony.
The Host Hotels are as follows:
The Best Western Executive Suites 1899 Winderly Lane, Pickerington, OH 43147 Confirmation # 1737 OAEVT, with a special rate of $72.00 per night for all style rooms, which includes a full breakfast bar. 614-860-9804
Ohio Fire Academy also has hotel style rooms available 1-888-726-7731
Hampton Inn – East 1890 Winderly Lane, Pickerington, OH, OAEVT Group pricing, 614-864-8383
Comfort Inn – 1800 Hill Rd N Winderly Lane, Pickerington, OH, OAEVT Group pricing, 614-575-9900
Fairfield Inn & Suites – 2826 Taylor Rd Ext Reynoldsburg, 614-864-4555
Holiday Inn – 2806 Taylor Rd Ext Reynoldsburg, 614-861-8888
Maintenance Chief / Officers, Fire Fighters, Fire Mechanics, Technicians, Fleet Foreman, Fleet Managers, Municipal Technicians, Service Technicians and any other parties interested and responsible for vehicle and fleet maintenance and repairs at Fire and Public Works Departments for Cities, County, Township, and Village organizations.
OAEVT: Safety through Education and Training
Ohio Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians (OAEVT) is a not-for-profit organization, formed in early 1992, to serve the Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT). EVT’s are the people who face the challenge of maintaining the equipment Firefighters, Paramedics and EMTs rely on day-in and day-out under the most severe conditions. The goals of our organization are education, networking, and training. For more information go to www.oaevt.org
Weldon, an IDEX Fire & Safety brand, designs and manufactures state-of-the-art vehicle lighting and customized electrical control solutions for the pupil transportation, specialty vehicle, and emergency services industries. Since 1967, Weldon has been committed to exceeding customers’ expectations through a program of engineering development, applied technology and exceptional response to market demand. Weldon headquarters are in Columbus, OH.