3300 | Electrical Lineworker – CC
The Electrical Lineworker program prepares students to work in the power distribution industry.
Through 1,500 contact hours of training, students gain an understanding of electrical systems, operations, and safety while mastering competencies in electrical distribution, basic electrical theory, and underground electrical construction operations. They learn how to maintain electric power systems and use electrical distribution equipment.
The program provides practice in climbing, framing, building single and three-phase overhead lines, pole top and bucket rescue techniques, operating bucket trucks, and maintaining and repairing underground systems.
Graduates can earn a Career Certificate and a Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Upon completion, 20 credits can be applied to SFSC’s Associate in Applied Science degree in Industrial Management.
Length: 1500 contact hours / 50 career credits
|PREFIX NUMBER||COURSE NAME||CONTACT HOURS|
|ETP 0170||Pole Climbing, Ropes, and Rigging||45|
|ETP 0170L||Pole Climbing, Ropes, and Rigging Lab||90|
|ETP 0171||Pole Line Equipment I||45|
|ETP 0171L||Pole Line Equipment I Lab||90|
|ETP 0172||Pole Line Equipment II||45|
|ETP 0172L||Pole Line Equipment II Lab||90|
|ETP 0173||Trucks and Excavation Equipment||45|
|ETP 0173L||Trucks and Excavation Equipment Lab||90|
|ETP 0174||Electrical Distribution Structures||45|
|ETP 0174L||Electrical Distribution Structures Lab||90|
|ETP 0175||Underground Distribution||45|
|ETP 0175L||Underground Distribution Lab||60|
|ETP 0177||Installing Overhead Conductors||45|
|ETP 0177L||Installing Overhead Conductors Lab||90|
|ETP 0178||Basic Electricity for Line Workers||45|
|ETP 0178L||Basic Electricity for Line Workers Lab||90|
|ETP 0179||Safe Work Practices||45|
|ETP 0179L||Safe Work Practices Lab||90|
|ETP 0949||Co-op Work Experience in Electrical Distribution||135|
|TRA 0260||CDL for Electrical Line Service I||60|
|TRA 0261||CDL for Electrical Line Service II||45|
|TRA 0262||CDL for Electrical Line Service III||45|
|Labs: With the approval of the program chair and course instructor and contingent upon meeting the program provisions, credit for labs/proficiencies may be earned on-the-job, given for experience, and/or ETP 0176L Electrical Distribution Lab.|