Beginning July 1, 2023, all registration fees for ElectriCities conferences and trainings are due at the time of registration.

Intermediate Lineworker School (ELT 115)

Paul Joseph Klutz MD Library and Education Center, Maiden, NC  
Monday, September 23, 2024 - Friday, September 27, 2024   Add to Calendar Eastern Standard Time


The Intermediate Lineworker School introduces line maintenance, construction, and framing. Topics include safe working practices and procedures of working off a pole using hooks. Upon completion, students will be able to construct a line and perform routine maintenance to specifications.

  • Chain Saw Safety Handout
  • Cross-arm Construction
  • Equipotential Personal Protective Grounding
  • Install Transformers
  • Pole Climbing
  • Pole Framing
  • Pole & Line Specifications
  • Replace Damaged Insulators
  • Single-phase Line Construction
  • Three-phase Line Construction
  • Tie Wire, Armor Rods, Preform Ties

Students are required to bring Required PPE (hard hat, work gloves, rubber gloves and protectors, ANSI Z87 safety glasses, work boots). Students are encouraged to bring a clean pair of shoes to wear inside the classroom. Those with damaged or defective equipment will be dismissed.

This school is not intended to certify an individual as outlined in (a) (2) (vii) of the 1910.269 Electrical Power Generation Transmission and Distribution Standard.


  • Monday: 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.
  • Friday: 8:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m.


  • Members: $849
  • Associate Members: $1199
  • Non-Members: $1749

Price includes workbook, snacks and lunch Monday – Thursday. Class size is limited to 25.

PREREQUISITES: Basic Lineworker School OR completion of an accredited Community College Certificate Program. 

AFFILIATED PROGRAMS: This course satisfies Safety School requirements for the ElectriCities Lineworker Career Development, Underground Career Development and Apprenticeship (Level II).

NASH COMMUNITY COLLEGE: This course is part of the Nash Community College Electric Line Construction Technology Degree program. Successful completion of the ElectriCities Intermediate Lineworker School grants participants credit for Nash’s “Overhead Line Construction II” (ELT 115).

CANCELLATION POLICY: If a course is cancelled by ElectriCities, all registrants will be notified with a full registration fee refund. A non-refundable registration fee will be charged for cancellations after the deadline of September 9, 2024.


Paul Joseph Klutz MD Library and Education Center  

113 West Main Street
Maiden, NC 28650

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*Payment for all ElectriCities training and conferences are due at registration checkout starting July 1, 2023.*