U4 Power Line Distribution

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In addition to your initial 12P20 training, you can receive various level* and module* completions in the following craft* areas: Power Line Worker, Power Line Worker: Distribution and Power Line Worker: Substation. In the chart below, an X next to a module indicates you are eligible to receive credit for that module.

If an X does not appear next to a module then additional training is required for the craft level* completion. Each module builds upon one another to accomplish a level completion and this information is tracked in NCCER’s Registry System.  An industry- recognized credential* is awarded with level completions and each craft usually has three to four levels.

*Refer to NCCER’s definitions located on the right side of the screen to fully understand these terms.

Power Line Worker Level One

Power Line Worker Level One addresses the fundamental aspects of power line work to include safety, electrical theory, climbing techniques, aerial framing and rigging, and operating utility service equipment. After Level One, this training program diverges into the three specialty areas for two additional years of skills training.

CraftLevelModuleTitleCredit
Power Line Worker149102-11Power Line Worker Safetyx
Power Line Worker149103-11Introduction to Electrical Circuitsx
Power Line Worker149104-11Introduction to Electrical Theoryx
Power Line Worker149105-11Climbing Wood Polesx
Power Line Worker149106-11Climbing Other Structures Than Wood
Power Line Worker149107-11Tools of the Tradex
Power Line Worker149108-11Aerial Framing and Associated Hardwarex
Power Line Worker149109-11Utility Service Equipmentx
Power Line Worker149110-11Riggingx
Power Line Worker149111-11Setting and Pulling Polesx
Power Line Worker149112-11Trenching, Excavating and Boring Equipment
Power Line Worker149113-11Introduction to Electrical Test Equipmentx

Power Line Worker: Distribution

Power Line Worker Level One addresses the fundamental aspects of power line work to include safety, electrical theory, climbing techniques, aerial framing and rigging, and operating utility service equipment. After Level One, this training program diverges into the three specialty areas for two additional years of skills training.

CraftLevelModuleTitleCredit
Power Line Worker: Distribution280201-11Alternating Current and Three-Phase Systemsx
Power Line Worker: Distribution280202-11Aerial Distribution Equipmentx
Power Line Worker: Distribution280203-11Cable and Conductor Installation and Removalx
Power Line Worker: Distribution280204-11Underground Residential Distribution (URD)x
Power Line Worker: Distribution280205-11Overhead and URD Service Installationsx
Power Line Worker: Distribution280206-11Distribution Line Maintanencex
Power Line Worker: Distribution382201-12Introduction to Substations
Power Line Worker: Distribution380301-12Live-Line Workx
Power Line Worker: Distribution380302-12Three-Phase URD Systemsx
Power Line Worker: Distribution380303-12System Protection and Monitoringx
Power Line Worker: Distribution380304-12Troubleshootingx
Power Line Worker: Distribution380305-12Introduction to Smart Grids
Power Line Worker: Distribution346101-11Fundamentals of Crew Leadership

Power Line Worker: Substation

Power Line Worker Level One addresses the fundamental aspects of power line work to include safety, electrical theory, climbing techniques, aerial framing and rigging, and operating utility service equipment. After Level One, this training program diverges into the three specialty areas for two additional years of skills training.

CraftLevelModuleTitleCredit
Power Line Worker: Substation282201-12Introduction to Substations
Power Line Worker: Substation226501-12Managing Electrical Hazardsx
Power Line Worker: Substation280201-12Alternating Current and Three-Phase Systems
Power Line Worker: Substation282202-12Conductors and Cablesx
Power Line Worker: Substation226207-11Cable Tray
Power Line Worker: Substation226204-11Conduit Bending
Power Line Worker: Substation226206-11Conductor Installationsx
Power Line Worker: Substation226208-11Conductor Terminations and Splicing
Power Line Worker: Substation282203-12Grounding Systemsx
Power Line Worker: Substation222016-12Grades
Power Line Worker: Substation2082204-12Concrete Work
Power Line Worker: Substation282205-12Mechanical Construction Methods and Materials
Power Line Worker: Substation238201-11Intermediate Rigging
Power Line Worker: Substation340308-09Temporary Grounding
Power Line Worker: Substation382301-12Advanced Drawing Reading
Power Line Worker: Substation382302-12Medium and High Voltage Equipment Installation
Power Line Worker: Substation382303-12Control House
Power Line Worker: Substation382304-12Connectors, Conductor Terminations and Splicingx
Power Line Worker: Substation382305-12Equipment Testing and Maintenancex
Power Line Worker: Substation382306-12System Protection and Controlx
Power Line Worker: Substation346101-11Fundamentals of Crew Leadership