About the Training
The UA-PTC H-VOLT (High Voltage Lineman Training) Academy is a certified power line worker training program designed to provide quality education along with real-world, hands-on instruction to those seeking careers as electrical power line workers. Individuals gain the knowledge and skills needed to install, repair, service, and maintain electrical power lines and supporting equipment. The program includes instruction in electrical circuits and theory, safety, aerial framing, transformers, testing equipment, and more. The program also includes instruction in construction, maintenance, and troubleshooting, as well as pole climbing, pole testing, equipment maintenance, and pole top rescue.
National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Credential
The customized training program will equip students with the industry-specific skills for entry level employment, including an industry-recognized National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) credential. Graduates may obtain employment in the field of electrical power line work with one of our partners: OGE Energy Corporation, Southwestern Electric Power Company, Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas, Chain Electric, Entergy.
To enroll in training you must:
Classes will be held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 5:30 - 10 p.m. and every Saturday from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. for approximately 17 weeks at the UA-PTC Business and Industry Center located at 3303 East Roosevelt Road, Little Rock, AR 72206.
The cost per student is $8,500 which includes all related fees, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including personally fitted climbing gear, curriculum / books, CPR and First Aid Certification.
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Find out how UA - Pulaski Tech can develop a customized program exclusively for your organization. UA-PTC assists qualified organizations with grant applications to offset training costs.
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