|Power Line Technician: The Career of a Lifetime||Running time (6:48)|
As a Power Line Technician Trainee you will participate in a four-year apprenticeship program that includes on-the-job training and ten weeks of competency based trade schools. Before you receive a Journeyman's certificate, you must attend a one-week skill evaluation session to prove your competency in the trade.
The ongoing development of new technology in the electrical industry makes it necessary for Power Line Technicians to continuously upgrade their skills and knowledge.
Aboriginal candidates who do not meet these qualifications may be interested in our six month Aboriginal Line Trades Pre-Placement Program. This program provides selected Aboriginal candidates with educational assistance to upgrade to the minimum academic requirements and on-the-job training to compete for a position in the Power Line Technician Training Program.
Candidates who do not qualify for the Aboriginal Pre-placement program, but want to upgrade their high school education to meet the requirements for this program, can visit the Adult Learning and Literacy Branch for a list of Certified Adult Literacy Programs and Adult Learning Centres in Manitoba.
If you are registered and interested in the Power Line Technician Program, you can set up a job alert from your personal start page by selecting "Trades" as your area of interest and/or by entering a few key words describing this program.