SUN-ELECTRIC Journeyman Candidate is One Step Closer to Graduation
Celebrating the completion of the Northwest Lineman College with Air2, Power Line Services and TESSCO Energy
After dedicating 576 hours of classroom study, a SUN-ELECTRIC Services, Inc. employee has completed the classroom portion of the “PLH Group Apprenticeship Program” for electrical linemen. This portion of the program was taught through the Northwest Lineman College. To fulfill remaining graduation requirements, program participants are currently working on 8,000 hours of on-the-job training.
The PLH Group Apprenticeship Program, which is administered through the “Department of Labor”, includes a rigorous combination of study. Subject areas for SUN-ELECTRIC’s specific program encompass distribution line construction and maintenance, oilfield electrification and automation, substation construction and maintenance, flood damage restoration, power systems analysis, and storm restoration.
Also enrolled in the program are six other PLH Group employees from Air2, Power Line Services, and TESSCO Energy.
Kathy Williamson, Director of Apprenticeships, said, “It is an honor to provide these men logistical, emotional, and moral support. Their steadfast perseverance has been evident throughout their training so far. I could not be more proud of them.”
Congratulations to these Apprentices for completing the classroom portion of the program, bringing them one step closer to achieving their Journeyman certifications!