Take your CPR and First Aid skills test here!

We are now a testing center for anyone who successfully completes the American Heart Association (AHA) CPR or First Aid class online. The AHA calls their online course Heartcode. https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartcode-bls.
With your completion certificate from the American Heart Association, you can schedule your in-person skills test. Just select the time that is best for you.  https://wtwp.com/classes-programs/classes/skills-check-cpr-aed-or-cpr-first-aid/



AED Consultation

Automatic External Defibrillators or AEDs are becoming more common in public places, businesses, and even private homes. Many who learn CPR also learn how to use an AED with CPR, providing the potential for bystander response that can really make a difference in a cardiac arrest victim’s outcome.

If you have an AED or are thinking about purchasing one, check out our fact sheet. Our safety technician is also available to answer your questions about AED use, features, and cost.

To arrange for a site visit, Dublin/Washington Township residents and businesses can call 652-3920 or complete the AED consultation request form below.




Citizen Fire Academy- Try it!

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Washington Township firefighter/paramedic? Here’s your chance to take a behind-the-scenes look. This six-session, hands-on, firefighter-led academy guarantees adventure, fun and a chance to feel what it’s like to operate the “jaws of life,” use a charged fire hose on a live fire, rappel from our four-story training tower, and work with EMS training equipment, just to name a few of the experiences you’ll encounter.

**All classes are canceled until further notice.**




Community Garden

The Washington Township Community Garden is located at the corner of Cosgray and Rings Rd. at Amlin Crossing Park. Plots are 12′ x 14′. You don’t need experience, just a willingness to learn and maintain your garden for the duration of the growing season. Plots will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, with priority given to returning gardeners. A volunteer committee oversees the day-to-day operations of the garden.

To be a part of the project, gardeners should plan to:

  • Visit the garden two to three times a week during the growing season.
  • Attend scheduled meetings.
  • Harvest produce on a regular basis.

Please read the Community Garden Guidelines before registering, as compliance with these guidelines is a requirement for participation in this program. Registration begins February 4 for returning gardeners, March 1 for new gardeners (WT/City of Dublin residents), and March 15 for new gardeners (non-residents). 

Ages 18 and up.

Location: Washington Township Community Garden • 5468 Cosgray Rd, Dublin, OH 43016

**The Annual Community Garden Meeting (March 30) & Staking Day (April 4) are cancelled.**

The Community Garden is currently full. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please e-mail khurley@wtwp.com.

Fee: $40 (Township/Dublin residents), $50 (non-residents)

 




Refund and Cancellation Policy

Classes may be cancelled due to insufficient registration. In the event of a cancellation, participants will be notified and any fees paid will be refunded.

All registrant cancellation requests must be submitted in writing and received 14 days prior to the first day of the class. All refunds are subject to a $5 processing fee.




Classes and Events

  • Citizen Fire Academy- Try it! - Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Washington Township firefighter/paramedic? Here’s your chance to take a behind-the-scenes look. This six-session, hands-on, firefighter-led academy guarantees adventure, fun and a chance to feel what it’s like to operate the “jaws of life,” use a charged ...Read More
  • Resident Gardening Community Garden - The Washington Township Community Garden is located at the corner of Cosgray and Rings Rd. at Amlin Crossing Park. Plots are 12′ x 14′. You don’t need experience, just a willingness to learn and maintain your garden for the duration of the growing season. ...Read More



First Aid Certification

Knowledge of basic first aid skills can come in handy in just about any setting or situation, including camping, field trips, sport events, on the job, as well as your own back yard. Students will learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies, and how to respond to and manage an emergency until EMS arrives.

Ages 12 and up.

Fee: $35 (Township/Dublin residents), $45 (non-residents)

Duration: 2.5 hours

For more information, or to request a date, call (614) 652-3947.

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CPR for Healthcare Provider Certification

This course is specifically designed for those who work in the healthcare field. Topics include recognizing several life-threatening emergencies, providing CPR, using an AED and relieving choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.

Fees apply. For more information, or to request a date, call (614) 652-3947.




Fire Extinguisher Training

Practice the steps of operating a portable fire extinguisher, then test your skills on a live fire (generated and controlled using our special training equipment). This program requires indoor and outdoor space. Fees apply.

For more information, or to request a date, call (614) 652-3947.




CPR & AED Certification

Learn CPR and how to use an automatic external defibrillator or AED. Developed by the American Heart Association, this class addresses pediatric and adult CPR, recognizing and relieving a choking victim, recognizing the signs of a heart attack and how to use an AED.

Ages 12 and up. Fees apply. For more information, or to request a date, call (614) 652-3947.