Where can I become a lineman instructor
The expectation for most lineman instructor positions is you have a Journeyman Lineman Certification or a combination of formal training such as the completion of an apprenticeship program, and work experience that provide a foundation in the specific subject matter being taught. Common firms that are often hiring for lineman instructors on Lineman Central include PG&E Corporation, Metropolitan Community College, and Lineman Institute of the Northeast.
What does a lineman instructor do in 2021?
A lineman instructor is a faculty member or training leading for line or climb school. A lineman instructor is often a journeyman lineman nearing the end of their career. To succeed in this position you should be
interested in passing on your knowledge, education and training to the next generation of lineman. You will be spending time in the field as well as in the classroom with aspiring lineman. This means demonstrating field techniques and safety procedures for all aspects of the trade.
How much do lineman instructors make?
Lineman instructor positions are not as high paying as active journeyman. On average lineman instructors in the US make around $70,000. However, these are positions that do not require any travel and often have strong benefits such as four-day work week, extended time off in between courses, and 401(k).
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