Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Electrical Lineman Schools in California

If you're living in California or you want to go to electrical lineman school in California, there are several schools to choose from. The first one is Northwest Lineman College which is in northern california. According to their site, Their electrical Lineman Program is listed as:
If you want to become one of those rare individuals that construct, maintain, and operate the electrical grid, the Electrical Lineworker Program can help you get there. Download an enrollment package for full details.
They even offer an NCCCO Crane Certification Elective because a lineman can make so much more if he's crane certified
Northwest Lineman College’s California Campus is proud to announce the addition of a new elective course that offers students the opportunity to obtain their Crane Operator Certification from the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators.   Currently over 21 states require utility personnel to obtain their Crane Operator certification to operate digger derricks and/or cranes commonly used by line crews.  Because not all utilities are requiring this certification, the course is an elective.  In addition, earning this certification can be an advantage over other applicants when interviewing with the companies that are requiring it.  Earning your Crane Operator Certification can also provide opportunities in the heavy equipment and crane industry. Students will receive classroom instruction, practice time with cranes, and one practical exam on each crane. Upon successful completion of the written and practical exams, students will receive the nationally recognized certification from the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators to operate all swing and fixed cab telescopic boom cranes.
Anyway, if you're looking for a California lineman school, you should check them out, they're at lineman.edu.

No comments:

Post a Comment