Linemen have one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. That’s why a strong work ethic, good communication skills, a positive attitude, and of course, physical strength for pole climbing is a must. If you possess these skills and enjoy taking pride in your craftsmanship, then look no further.
The Lineman program trains you to be a high-voltage lineworker utilizing hands-on instruction in indoor and outdoor labs, as well as theory-based curriculum for safety and electricity.
You must be 18 or older to begin coursework since you will earn your Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL).
Upon completion of this program, you are on your way to becoming a journeyman lineman which will open your world to amazing paths and opportunities. Job placement assistance is available to those who successfully complete the program.
A key component of the program is the utility internship which allows you to work on-site with industry partners. Learn the job by doing the job.
What’s the difference between lineman and electrician?
Linemen are responsible for creating and maintaining electrical lines that carry power across the nation. Linemen work with high voltage transmission lines outdoors.
Electricians work on lower voltage both indoors and outdoors for residential and commercial buildings.
Areas of Study
- Class A Commercial Driver’s License
- OSHA10 and Power Line General Safety
- Basic Electricity
- Climbing Skills
- Framing and Construction Specs
- Equipment Operation
- Setting and Replacing Poles
- Basic Transformer Theory and Transformer Installation
- Utility Internship
- Service Installation & Metering
- Conductor Installation & Repair
- Rubber Gloving Methods
- Underground Distribution
- Fusing & System Coordination
- Substations & Voltage Regulation
Potential Career Path
Interested in the Lineman class?
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