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Powerline Technician Apprenticeship – Level Four

Program Description

Infrastructure Health & Safety Association

In this final level, apprentices receive both a review of previously learned knowledge as well as the final elements needed to complete their study. The course covers electrical theory, three-phase systems—wye and delta review, cable theory, underground splices and terminations, cable and fault locating, traffic protection, transformer bank connections, metering hazards, rescue techniques, and the care and maintenance of rubber protective equipment. All lessons promote and employ the use of safe work methods.


Apprentices must have successfully completed Level Three of the program and have approximately 6,000 hours of work experience. Apprentices are expected to complete up to five days of self-directed study prior to the session. Training manuals will be supplied prior to course commencement.

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Program Duration
2 Weeks
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To inquire about possible dates and enrollment for this course, please contact Lyndsy Miceli at 905-212-7933.


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