This course offers insight of how to land an Apprenticeship in the Electric Utility Industry. We have designed and priced this course for everybody. No technical knowledge is required to take this course. We teach you how to get an Apprenticeship. Once you secure your Apprenticeship with a company, the formal and technical on the job training will be given to you over the next 3-5 years.
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Many apprentice positions are going to become available. It is estimated that 40% of the skilled workforce in this industry will retire in the next two years.
This course teaches the fastest way to land an Apprenticeship in the Electric Utility Industry.
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Scott is currently working in the Substation department with a local Municipality as a Journeyman Substation Worker. He has over twenty years working in the Industry. Starting off as Helper, he then landed an Apprenticeship within the Substation Department. After successfully completing his Apprenticeship, he now enjoys the benefits of being Journeyman in his industry. Scott has trained Apprentices over his career and been part of the selection process of hiring new Apprentices. With years of experience and knowledge, he now offers insight of how others can get into this industry.
John Deschaine is a retired Line Superintendent with over thirty years of experience in the Electric Utility business. He’s held multiple positions inside the trade such as Electric Helper, Apprentice Lineman, Journey Lineman and Line Working Supervisor. Also, John spent over a decade on the management side of the utility house as a Assistant Line Superintendent, Line Superintendent, Substation Superintendent and System Operations Superintendent where he had anywhere from five to twenty five direct reports. He has extensive hiring practice knowledge and has sat on his Utility’s Apprentice committee for twenty-five years.
John loves this trade and grew up a lineman’s son spending parts of his summers riding along with his dad in the foreman truck and watching line crews at work. John decided early on to follow in his father’s footsteps and chose linework as his career path. He states that he never regrets making that decision and that the trade has been very good to him and his family over the years. Today, John’s son is an apprentice lineman, keeping the family tradition going strong.
No. A high school education is all you need.
No, This is an entry level position.
Yes, There has never been a better time to get into this industry. Demand is high.
Yes, depending on which company you work for, you could get up to 1,000 plus hours a year of overtime.