Trinidad State Junior College
Rocky Mountain Lineman School
Electric Line Technician Program
In cooperation with Pikes Peak Community College and the Colorado Springs Utilities Department, the Rocky Mountain Lineman School serves the El Paso County Region. The program offers both certificate and associate degree options. Students learn basic skills in electricity and applied calculations, power theory and high voltage apparatus, safety and industry, underground and overhead procedures. This program prepares students to work for power line construction and utility companies.
Contact: Dave King @ 719-491-3469, firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Main Campus: 600 Prospect, Trinidad, Colorado 81082
Valley Campus :1011 Main Street, Alamosa, Colorado 81101
Western Colorado Community College
Electric Lineworker Program
Students learn baski skills in electricity, line work installation, repair, cable splicing, and system testing, as well as transformer connections, underground electric installation and and effective operation of digger derricks. Electric lineworkers install and repair cables or wires used in electrical power or distribution systems. They locate line trouble, climb poles, use hot line tools, and operate and maintain substations. This program prepares students to work for power line construction and utility companies.
All students are required to obtain a Red Cross First Aid card and a CPR card before a certification is issued.
Contact: Pat Rourke @ 970-640-2562
Location: 2508 Blichmann Avenue, Grand Junction, Colorado 81505