North Carolina

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Certificate Program

Fayetteville Tech Lineworker Basic Training Course

Fayetteville Tech Lineworker Basic Training Course

Fayetteville Tech Lineworker Basic Training Course
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2022 Program Cost:

$210

2022 Graduate Average Starting Wage:

$33,280

About

Fayetteville Tech Lineworker Basic Training Course

This course has been designed to instruct current and potential electric utility employees pole climbing techniques, electrical safety, equipment assembly and function, truck operations, and circuit voltages. The Fayetteville PWC has coordinated this training and it may pertain to contractors, cooperative electric, and public or private electrical utilities.

2021 Enrollment

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37

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Housing Available?

No

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Boots/Tools Included?

No

Career Outlook:

This course prepares workers for working at various North Carolina utilities. It includes CPR and CDL training prep as well as basic Windows 10 information.

Common Employer(s) from Program:

PWC Utilities, DSI, Lee Electric, Carolina Power

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North Carolina

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Completion Rate:

98%

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Employment Rate

65%

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Possible Scholarships?

Yes

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Term Length:

12 Weeks

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Term Beginning Date(s):

August

Admission Qualifications 

High school diploma or equivalent
State issued photo ID, must speak English

Fayetteville Tech Lineworker Basic Training Course

North Carolina

About

Fayetteville

Fayetteville is a thriving community located in the Sandhills region of southeastern North Carolina and is the seat of Cumberland County. Raleigh, the state's capital, is approximately 65 miles north of Fayetteville, and Charlotte, a major commercial center, is about 200 miles to the west of the city. Fayetteville is located adjacent to Interstate Highway 95, a major north-south corridor that links the city to Washington D.C., Baltimore and New York to the north, and to Charleston, Orlando and Miami to the south.

Fayetteville

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