Electrical Lineworker graduates from left to right: Jack Little (Mt. Gilead), Garrett Chapman (Albemarle), Dylan Gregory (Oakboro), Dylan East (Bennett), Dakota Smith (Pleasant Garden), Kasey Rhinier (China Grove), Ricky Carpenter, Electrical Lineworker Program Head at SCC, Wesley Martin Jr. (Troy), Chadley Eller (Richfield), Hoseng Moua (Albemarle), Jake Hinson (Oakboro), Aaron Lednum (Albemarle), and Hunter Allred (Asheboro).
Albemarle, NC – Students at Stanly Community College (SCC) have completed their twelve-week Electrical Lineworker training program. The training program teaches students the knowledge and climbing skills necessary to enter into the field of power distribution as an Electrical Lineworker. Electrical Lineworkers install or make repairs to electrical power distribution systems.
Course topics include basic elements of electricity, overhead pole and electrical line construction, safety codes and applications, underground training, electric power system, transformer and meter installations, and CDL permit training. In addition, course topics include OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety, CPR/First Aid Training, and the Work zone Flagger License.
On successful completion of the program, students will possess the necessary skills for employment in various electrical utility industries.
The next Electrical Lineworker class is scheduled to begin on August 24 and is already full. For information on future classes please visit the College’s website at www.stanly.edu or contact Karen Kiker, Continuing Education Coordinator and Faculty Associate, at (704) 991-0233 or email@example.com.