Frontier Community College Lineman Program

Illinois

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Certificate Program

Frontier Community College Lineman Program

Frontier Community College Lineman Program

2020 Program Cost:

$6,056

2020 Graduate Average Starting Wage:

$50,800

About

Frontier Community College Lineman Program

The Electrical Distribution Systems (EDS) program prepares individuals to build, repair, and maintain electrical distribution systems. Students in this program also develop essential skills of pole climbing, hurt man rescue, electric theory, and more.

2020 Enrollment

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18

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Housing Available?

No

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Boots/Tools Included?

No

Career Outlook:

Admission Qualifications 

High School diploma, Valid Drivers License

Most graduates begin as a lineman apprentice and work towards becoming a journeyman lineman. These jobs are available with electric cooperatives, large electric companies, municipalities, contractors, and more. Students who are willing to travel or relocate will find a wider variety of job opportunities.

Common Employer(s) from Program:

Ameren

Completion Rate:

90%

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Employment Rate

93%

Possible Scholarships?

No

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Term Length:

1 Semester

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Term Beginning Date(s):

August

Frontier Community College Lineman Program

State Name

About

Fairfield

Fairfield is a city in and the county seat of Wayne County, IlliNois. Lineman spend their downtime at the Barbwire Grill.

Fairfield

National Lineman Career data is provided from a combination of program information submissions, industry reports, NLC surveys, and other publicly available data. Program information may periodically need to be updated and we do not claim 100% annual accuracy.   

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