Electrical Utility Lineman Training
The workforce training program is rigorous and intensive. It is a 16-week, hands-on program that prepares individuals for entry-level positions as linemen. In addition to perfecting their climbing skills, participants become proficient in various other lineman skills, while making safety their top priority. Trainees learn skills such as making connections of meter loops, transformers, transformer banking and other equipment on de-energized poles, along with framing and installation of poles and apparatus on the ground.
Students and employers alike place great value on the training. One of the recent graduates, Justin Forest of Moorhead stated, “I feel like this was an opportunity of a lifetime! I was able to get hands-on training for sixteen weeks that will lead to a long career as a lineman. The class is physically demanding, but it is worth the effort!” James Kenwright of Delta Electric Power Association expressed his enthusiasm over the program as well, “The MDCC Lineman School has been a huge asset to Delta EPA. We have experienced a substantial turnover in linemen due primarily to retirements. Since the MDCC Lineman School started, we have replaced almost all of our retiring linemen with Graduate Lineman Trainees from the MDCC school. So far, our retention rate is 100%. That’s significant in any industry.”
The next lineman training course begins August 2015. Interested individuals may contact John Conrad at 887-2876 ext. 14 for more information.
The application and all supporting documentation must be submitted by June 12, 2015.
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