ECG’s Powerline Workers Apprenticeship Program is a three-year certification designed to enhance utility employees’ knowledge and skills in this field. Powerline workers are responsible for building,
ECG’s Powerline Workers Apprenticeship Program is a three-year certification designed to enhance utility employees’ knowledge and skills in this field. Powerline workers are responsible for building, improving, and maintaining the poles and wires that deliver electricity to customers. The program is certified by the U.S. Department of Labor and has proven beneficial and rewarding to both the students and their employers.ECG’s Powerline School is a combination of structured classroom training and valuable field experience. The comprehensive training courses incorporate ‘Safely Always’ while challenging and preparing the Electrical Lineworker for advancement.
Class Schedule: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday thru Thursday and half-day on- Friday.
THREE SESSIONS—5 DAYS EACH—12 MONTHS APART
Three hands-on and classroom training events last five days each and are scheduled one year apart. Also included are self-study units with timed examinations that are given throughout the program.
Students provide their tools and personal protective equipment for hands-on training sessions. All textbooks are provided, which include:
- The Lineman’s and Cableman’s Handbook
- The Guidebook for Linemen and Cablemen
- Mastering Distribution Transformer Connections and Apps
- National Electric Safety Code (NESC)
- APPA Safety Manual
- OSHA 1910.269 Regulations
22 (Monday) 8:00 am - 26 (Friday) 12:00 pm
Jeff Cook Training Center
261 Bozeman Rd Adel GA
Kelsey Bennett770-661-2770 1470 Riveredge PKWY, NW Atlanta, GA 30328