Ferno Donates $2,500 to OVCTC
A global company collaborates with local tech center for workforce preparedness.
Wilmington, OH, September 22, 2016 - Femo, the global leader in emergency pre-hospital patient handling equipment, is pleased to announce their donation to the Ohio Valley Career Technical Center (OVCTC) for $2,500. The funds will be used to invest in new equipment and training materials.
OVCTC collaborates with regional companies to develop programs that provide their students with the marketable skills needed to be successful in the workplace. Femo has been one of these partners for nearly 15 years, and employs an average of 8 OVCTC graduates each year. Over the summer, OVCTC instructor, Roy Cooper, spent time at Femo's Wilmington campus identifying specific needs that will be integrated into existing programs. This fall, several Engineering students from OVCTC are planning a week-long internship at Femo to conduct equipment time studies. Femo is proud to continue their partnership with OVCTC to strengthen the workforce in the region.
Pictured (1-r): Greg Bailey, Doug Dodge, Roy Cooper, Jason Vesey
Femo is the global leader in pre-hospital emergency care solutions serving emergency services, including EMS, fire rescue, mortuary, industrial safety and police. Femo exports to more than 150 countries and has partnered with EMS, safety and regulatory agencies, and customers globally to create a new vision for delivery of emergency care. The company employs a dedicated team of customer-focused industry experts who are ready to share that vision with you. For more information, visit www.FernoEMS.com.
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