Electrical Power Line Mechanic

Electrical Power Line Mechanic

Highly Trained Line Technicians Are In Demand

Upper Valley Career Center partners with Warren County Career Center to provide this top-notch program which prepares some of the most sought after Technician Apprentices in the nation.

This is an intense nine-month fundamental training program designed for men and women who understand the challenges and benefits of working as a Line Technician. The program provides the necessary skills to be highly productive on utility and construction company linecrews. The 900-hour program focuses students learning with the mix of academic and field skills needed to be successful as apprentice lineworkers.

Start Dates

Fall 2020
M/T/W/Th 10:00am - 4:00pm 900 Hrs/$12,390*
*Includes books, tool kits, CDL Class A

Enrollment Process

Contact Program Coordinator, John P. Sullivan at 513.933.3940.

Employment Opportunities

Highly trained, qualified Line Technicians are in demand. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, training of line installers, repairers, technicians, and erectors is critical. Approximately 40% of the current workforce is expected to retire in the next five years, which will leave a vacancy of about 11,300 jobs nationwide. With the expanded network of electrical power lines delivering electricity to an ever-increasing customer base, it is critical that training opportunities be available.

Meet the Coordinator

John P. Sullivan

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OSHA 10-hour
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WCCC Certificate of Program Completion

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