Powerline Technician (Level 4)
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic course dates are subject to change due to changing Health & Wellness policies and procedures.
In the Level 4 training session the student will complete theoretical knowledge based topics, Electrical Theory Review, Three Phase Systems – Wye and Delta review, Insulated Aerial Device / Stability and Contamination Checks, Utility Work Protection Code Overview, Meter Hazards.
This program trains to 100% of the Ontario College of Trades interprovincial curriculum.
In the Central Learning Session, the student will perform core skill tasks and be assessed on performance. Course objectives include various tasks from an aerial device incorporating live line tool techniques, high voltage rubber glove certification, vertical semi-strain insulator changes from a double bucket truck, underground cable terminations using pre-molded kits and practice equipotential grounding and bonding techniques, change cross-arm on a 115kV H frame.
Utility must register the apprentice via Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities through the local Ministry Office. Apprentices must also be registered and a member in good standing with the Ontario College of Trades.
Successful completion of Powerline Technician Level 3, and up to three days of self study must be completed prior to attending the training session. Training manuals to be sent out ahead of scheduled training activities.
Practice Powerline Technician Level 4 skills.
Powerline Technician Level 3 training manual.
The successful completion of the session combined with appropriate experience entitles the participant to The MEARIE Group’s Certificate for registration as a Powerline Technician.
Course Dates and Registration:
|$5,250 + HST 2020 | $5,375 + HST 2021
(includes MTCU classroom fee, materials, lunch, breaks)
Non-Registered Government Apprentices subject to additional MTCU fees
Kleinburg Training Centre