The Electric Lineworker program prepares individuals to work as linemen in the preparation and repair of electrical utility services. Course topics include basic elements of electricity, overhead pole and electrical line constructions, safety codes and applications, electric system, transformer and meter installations, and explorations of underground electrical distribution.
- Jan. 3 - April 5
Class meets Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Lineman Yard on the Hamlet Campus.
- Must be 18 years or older
- Copy of high school diploma or high school equivalency
- Copy of current DOT physical and drug screen
- Copy of unrestricted driver’s license
- Copy of driving record (does not need to be official driving record, visit NCDOT.gov to order a copy online.)
- Accuplacer Reading Test score of 232 or higher or transcript for 2-year degree or higher
Certifications You Will Earn:
Any student who successfully completes this course will obtain the following:
- CPR Certification
- CDL Learner's Permit
- 811 Certification
Tuition and fees: $980
Scholarships are available to help offset the costs of the course. The following forms must be completed:
To Sign Up
Complete application and bring to either the Hamlet Campus or Scotland County Campus to register for the class. For more information, call Student Services at (910) 410-1700.