Power Line Worker
Our Certified Power Line worker program provides the necessary foundation for a line worker career as a helper/apprentice for an electric utility company.
Our 20-week course is a partnership with local utility giants LUS, SLEMCO, Cleco, and Entergy and is taught on our Acadian Campus in Crowley.
Program applicants must:
- pass a drug screening
- have a valid driver's license
- be comfortable working at heights
- submit official high school/GED transcript
- be at least 18 years old
- pass a DOT physical
- obtain a Class A CDL learner's permit
- Work Keys minimum score of "4", ACT minimum score of 16 or higher or, minimum GPA of 2.5
- supply proof of valid medical insurance
Graduates will obtain the following credentials:
- Class A Commercial Driving License
- SMART Defensive Driving
- NCCER Core
- NCCER Lineman Level 1
- CPR/First Aid/AED
Jobs and salaries in this field increase with experience. For instance:
Line Helper/Apprentice – $33,000 with 1-3 years experience
Line Worker – $57,000 with 1-6 years experience
Senior-Level Crew Leader – $79,000 with 6-8 years experience
Supervisor – $85,000 with 8+ years experience
To learn more about upcoming class, call (337) 521-9028, email email@example.com, or fill out our contact form.
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P: (337) 521-9028
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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