Tarrant County College Line Technician Program

Texas

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Certificate Program

Tarrant County College Line Technician Program

Tarrant County College Line Technician Program

2020 Program Cost:

$3,402

2020 Graduate Average Starting Wage:

$51,000

About

Tarrant County College Line Technician Program

Prepare to become a qualified electrical lineman who installs, maintains, or repairs the power lines that move electricity.

2020 Enrollment

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Housing Available?

No

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Boots/Tools Included?

No

Career Outlook:

Admission Qualifications 

17 years of age at time of application and 18 years of age at time of selection and initiation. Graduate of high school or GED equivalent, or two-year associate degree or higher. For those with GED only, all GED records must be submitted.

This completion of an associated of applied science degree is what includes this line technician program.

Common Employer(s) from Program:

Xcel Energy

Completion Rate:

88%

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Employment Rate

93%

Possible Scholarships?

Yes

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Term Length:

2 years

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Term Beginning Date(s):

August

Tarrant County College Line Technician Program

State Name

About

Fort Worth

Tarrant County College or Tarrant County College District is a public community college in Tarrant County, Texas. It offers Associate of Arts, an Associate of Science, an Associate of Applied Science, and Associate of Arts in Teaching degrees.

Fort Worth

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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