Electrical Power Line Mechanic

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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 2022


10:00am - 4:00pm

900 Hrs/


*Includes books, tool kits, CDL Class A

Enrollment Process

Contact Program Coordinator, John P. Sullivan at 513.933.3940.

Employment Opportunities

3 Power line poles with a man on each

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

Earn Professional Certifications

  • CDL Class A Truck Operation

  • OSHA 10-hour

  • CPR/First Aid

  • Pole Climbing Certification

  • WCCC Certificate of Program Completion

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