Utility Line Technology

Certificate (CERT)

Overview

The Utility Line Technology Program prepares students to work in the power line industry as apprentice linemen. The curriculum includes the design and function of electric generation, transmission and distribution systems, substations, transformers, capacitors, voltage regulators, system protection, and metering.

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What Will I Learn?

Students will learn to climb tall utility poles, handle highly energized utility lines, and be eligible to earn a Texas Commercial Driver’s License.

What Can I Do With This Degree?

Line installers and repairers, also known as line workers, install or repair electrical power systems and telecommunications cables, including fiber optics.
 

Degree Requirements

Complete the 35 SCH in the degree plan.

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Program Credits: 34
Lecture Hours: 22
Lab Hours: 40

Admissions Requirements

There are no special requirements for this program other than the Institute's admission requirements.

Tuition and Fees

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Meet Your Instructors

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Leslie Harris

Utility Line Technician Program Director