Joint Line Apprenticeship Training Association

British Columbia

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Apprenticeship

Joint Line Apprenticeship Training Association

Joint Line Apprenticeship Training Association

2020 Program Cost:

N/A

2020 Graduate Average Starting Wage:

$58,370

About

Joint Line Apprenticeship Training Association

The Joint Line Apprenticeship Training Association (JLATA) is a Not-for-profit organization established February 2, 1993 by Power Line Contractors signatory to the Master Line Agreement (Employers) and the Local 258 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), for the management, development and overseeing of the Power Line Technician Apprenticeship Program in British Columbia.

2020 Enrollment

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12

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Housing Available?

No

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Boots/Tools Included?

No

Career Outlook:

Admission Qualifications 

High School Diploma, Class 3 drivers license with Air Brake Endorsement, Trades Trainee Practical Skills Evaluation by Employer

Canada's growing electric infrastructure in this area makes for a strong career outlook for those finishing this program.

Common Employer(s) from Program:

BC Hydro

Completion Rate:

90%

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Employment Rate

95%

Possible Scholarships?

No

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Term Length:

4 Years

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Term Beginning Date(s):

August

Joint Line Apprenticeship Training Association

State Name

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Surrey

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Surrey

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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