Utility Lineworker

  • The Utility Lineworker program instructs students in safety on the job including Pole Top Rescue, CPR, First Aid and Flagger Certification. Students will learn to set wood poles both manually and with motor driven equipment. Climb poles from 10' to 45' high. Students will learn to operate a variety of equipment and earn their CDL Class A Operator's License and Line Mechanic Certification. Instruction will be given on stringing wire, winding lines, hanging single and double cross arms. Electrical, Telecommunications and Cable lines will be covered. High paying jobs in municipalities, state and national companies or contractors are just a few of the opportunities.

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?
  1. Groundworker
  2. Apprentice lineworker
  3. Telephone technician
  4. Cable splicer
  5. Utility truck driver
  6. Flagger
What would I do in this class?
  1. Safety
  2. First Aid and CPR
  3. Pole climbing
  4. Pole placement
  5. Wire placement
  6. Technician skills
  7. Equipment operation
  8. Cable splicing
What can I do with further training?
  1. Journeyman lineworker
  2. Fiber optic splicer
  3. Maintenance engineer
  4. Business zone technician
  5. Equipment operator
  6. Substation technician

Program Quick Facts

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Books used in this class which are already included in fees:

ISBN#                                     Title                                                                            Cost

978-0-13-413143-6                 NCCER Core Curriculum                                            $54.00

978-0-13-257109-8                 NCCER Power Line Worker                                         $67.00

978-0-0717-4258-0                 Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook                          $94.00

      

 


 

Class Time

  • M, T, W, Th, F: 7:00 am -11:30 am

Class Duration

  • August 29, 2017- May 2018

Total Cost

  • Tuition $5,255
  • Lab Fees 4,350
  • TOTAL $9,605