Looking for a way to reach your 144 hours required by a Department of Labor (DOL) Program?

Level up with the TEEX Electric Power Lineworker Apprenticeship program, a four-year plug-and-play training system for organizations involved with a DOL Apprenticeship.

You have a lot of flexibility with this program.

  • First, although each of the four years consists of 96 hours of training, you can take the courses over three non-consecutive weeks.
  • Second, each of the non-consecutive training weeks are about one month apart.
  • Third, you can supplement with TEEX open enrollment courses.

If you are ready to take it to the next level, check out the courses below.




Funding Options DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types Online Face-to-Face Blended
Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type Division
EPP111 Level 1 Electric Power Lineworker Apprenticeship Program Quick View Course Description

ITSI
EPP211 Level 2 Electric Power Lineworker Apprenticeship Program Quick View Course Description

ITSI
EPP311 Level 3 Electric Power Lineworker Apprenticeship Program Quick View Course Description

ITSI
EPP411 Level 4 Electric Power Lineworker Apprenticeship Program Quick View Course Description

ITSI

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— Christine Bucko, Student
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