Lineman Training

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Overview

The Electrical Lineman Program is a 16-week non-credit workforce training program that, when completed, provides graduates with nine credentials: CDL, National Electric Codes, National Safety Electric Codes, Multi-Meter, OSHA-10, Forklift, First Aid/CPR, 40-hours climbing, and Pole-Top Rescue

Magnolia Electric Power, Southwest Electric, Southern Pine Electric, and other utility companies in the area, have partnered to establish and support this lineman program through the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Career, Technical, and Workforce Education Center.

NOTICE -  All students must possess a valid CDL permit by the first day of class. 

Location(s)

Wesson Campus (Check back for upcoming class dates.)

Entrance Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Transcript or Diploma for High School or HS Equivalent
  • Score on ACT 16 or on ACT WorkKeys - Silver Level.
  • Current Driver’s License
  • CDL "Class A" Permit or License

Contact Us: 601-643-8707 or careertraining@colin.edu

 

Application Packet and Check-Off List