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Power Line Worker 1 (PLW1)

ELEC 4670002
Section Code: DD2P
Workforce Credential Grant (WCG) Eligible – Using curriculum from the National Center for Construction Education and Research, the Power Line Worker curriculum addresses the fundamental aspects of power line work to ensure workers maintain safety for the both the public and electrical crews. Electrical line workers install, remove, maintain, and repair high-voltage and low-voltage distribution lines and associated equipment and facilities. Read Full Course Description
Start Date: Jun 03, 2024 End Date: Aug 15, 2024
Community College: Southside Virginia
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Power Industry Fundamentals Certificate

ELEC 4670004
Section Code: DD2P
The Power Industry Fundamentals curriculum consists of NCCER’s basic construction skills course, Core: Introductory Craft Skills and newly developed introductory modules on the power industry. It sets the stage for students entering into the electrical energy production field. It describes the many ways in which electricity can be produced, the economics involved in energy production and the environmental impacts of distributing electrical power. The class also includes VDOT Traffic Control, OSHA 10, CPR/First Aid, Job Search Strategies and Math Prep for CAST testing. Read Full Course Description
Start Date: Jun 03, 2024 End Date: Aug 15, 2024
Community College: Southside Virginia
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Power Line Worker 1 (PLW1)

ELEC 4670002
Section Code: DD3P
Workforce Credential Grant (WCG) Eligible – Using curriculum from the National Center for Construction Education and Research, the Power Line Worker curriculum addresses the fundamental aspects of power line work to ensure workers maintain safety for the both the public and electrical crews. Electrical line workers install, remove, maintain, and repair high-voltage and low-voltage distribution lines and associated equipment and facilities. Read Full Course Description
Start Date: Sep 03, 2024 End Date: Nov 14, 2024
Community College: Southside Virginia
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Power Industry Fundamentals Certificate

ELEC 4670004
Section Code: DD3P
The Power Industry Fundamentals curriculum consists of NCCER’s basic construction skills course, Core: Introductory Craft Skills and newly developed introductory modules on the power industry. It sets the stage for students entering into the electrical energy production field. It describes the many ways in which electricity can be produced, the economics involved in energy production and the environmental impacts of distributing electrical power. The class also includes VDOT Traffic Control, OSHA 10, CPR/First Aid, Job Search Strategies and Math Prep for CAST testing. Read Full Course Description
Start Date: Sep 03, 2024 End Date: Nov 14, 2024
Community College: Southside Virginia
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