Trenholm State Community College is offering a training program to prepare individuals to work as electric utility line workers.
Line Worker Classes Include:
- OSHA 10
- Construction and Skills Trades (CAST) Test Prep
- Basic Pole Climbing
- CPR/First Aid
- Truck Driving Overview
- Material Familiarization
- Basic Electricity
- Interpersonal Skills
- Ladder Safety/Post Hole Diggers
- Knots, Sledgehammer
- Rigging Switches; Use and care of Hand Line
- Resume writing/Mock Interviews
- Climbing and Working Aloft
- Mechanized Equipment
- Basic Line Construction/Pole top Rescue
- ROV Training
- Traffic Control
- Class B CDL Driver Training
- Minimum age of 18 years old
- High School Diploma or GED
- Complete Interest Form
- Climbing and working suspended above ground up to 200 feet
- Students weigh no more than 280 pounds due to OSHA equipment restrictions
- Fitness is required. If participants are unable to meet the physical requirements of this program, the tuition cost will not be refunded
- Ability to lift 50 pounds or more
- Ability to earn a Commercial Driver's License (CDL). The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires a physical before a Commercial Driver's Permit will be issued. Possible CDL health disqualifiers: epilepsy, kidney disease, narcolepsy or sleep apnea, color blindness, blind in one eye, must be able to hear all sounds 40 decibels or less, heart disease or hypertension, severe respiratory condition, loss of use of an extremity, diabetes currently requiring insulin, congestive cardiac failure, pacemakers, orthopedic or vascular disease, and psychiatric disorder; just to name a few
- Class will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, January 10, 2022.
- Training will be held at Trenholm State’s Patterson Site – 3920 Troy Highway, Montgomery
- Ten (10) seats available; five (5) alternates will be selected should someone drop out before classes begin
- 9-week course – 4/5 days per week – 10-hour days (7:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.) Click here for class schedule
- $4,150.00 per student. (Financial Aid is not available at this time)
- Students will be required to provide their own pair of steel-toed work boots, hard hat, gloves & safety glasses.
Applications will be accepted from August 18 – September 17, 2021.
Candidates meeting the initial screening criteria will be notified on Monday, September 27th to schedule the TABE test.
Candidates meeting the TABE standards will be notified on Monday, October 4th to attend an Information/Assessment Session
Final Candidates will be notified on Wednesday, October 27th and given additional information on required documentation and deadlines.
(Submitting the interest form will allow us to contact you directly with additional information)