Substation Technicians Are Power Players.

As long as individual and businesses need electrical power, there will always be a need for highly trained and dedicated substation technicians.

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Do you have what it takes to be a lineman?

Determine whether or not you have the right skill set needed for a career as a journeyman lineman. If you do, you'll discover a rewarding occupation full of opportunities.

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Compare Your Career Options

Thinking about different career choices. Compare the features and benefits of being a lineman with careers like a mechanic, welder, over-the-road truck driver and others.

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Being a hero is just part of the job for a lineman.

Read about one lineman who helped restore power to a storm damaged community in Alabama. His story will inspire you to be a hero, too.

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Seven things contractors should know about the program

Your success depends on having qualified linemen you can trust on the job — linemen who are trained in the latest techniques, using the most up-to-date tools and equipment. That's what we do here.

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Reach your potential in the electrical construction industry

You have the potential to succeed in a career that offers a variety of responsibilities, outstanding benefits, ongoing education and the opportunity of a brighter future for yourself and your family. Missouri Valley Line Constructors Apprenticeship and Training Program will help you get there. Unlike other career opportunities that require years of school and experience before you can land the job you want, and unlike college that requires a substantial financial investment, our programs allow you to earn a high wage while gaining the experience and knowledge needed to succeed as a journeyman lineman, traffic signal technician or substation technician.

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Lineman Program

Journeymen linemen build and maintain electrical power systems. They do all the work from the point of generation (power plants) all the way to the customer's meter.

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Traffic Signal Technician Program

Traffic signals just don't appear out of nowhere. Someone has to build and maintain them. That someone is a traffic signal technician, a member of the electrical construction industry.

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Substation Technician Program

Substation technicians play a vital role in ensuring that businesses, institutions and homeowners have the electrical power needed to maintain their operations.

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