veterans education benefits
Southeast Lineman Training Center is approved to certify veterans for the Post-9/11 GI Bill which will pay up to 100% of program costs including a one-time stipend of $240 for books and supplies.
0%of your applicable mha during the second six months of training
0%of your applicable mha during the third six months of training
0%of your applicable mha during the fourth six months of training
0%of your applicable mha during the remainder of the training
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- Veterans of the Armed Services can apply for the GI Bill online. Once you receive a certificate of eligibility, please send it to email@example.com to continue with the process.
- After you graduate from SLTC and enroll in an apprenticeship program you are eligible for VA benefits through the On-the-Job or Apprenticeship Training program. VA will reimburse you at the rates above.
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Yes, we are eligible to certify veterans for the Montgomery and Post 9-11 GI Bill. Click here for more information on veteran benefits.
In order to attend SLTC, you must be 18 years old, a High School graduate (provide High School transcripts or GED transcripts), eligible for a Class A Commercial Driver’s License (provide a copy of your valid driver’s license that does not expire prior to term start), be physically fit (part of the application process includes a medical physical), pay the required application and lab fees, and be able to obtain medical coverage for the duration of the course.
Enroll in our Electrical or Communications program online at www.lineworker.com/enroll
Most of our graduates will take jobs with companies that will require them to travel or relocate. However, after experience is gained in the industry you will have more opportunities to get closer to home.
We do not guarantee a job, but we do offer placement assistance. Many of our graduates have multiple job offers upon completion of the program. Placement depends largely on a person’s willingness to travel or relocate.
did you know?
In 2015, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs approved benefits for military veterans going through the line worker programs.
Most lineman apprenticeships are 7,000 hours, which equals four years of full-time training and instruction.
Line crews across the country are aging, and it's essential to groom their replacements. Labor stats indicate the demand for linemen is expected to grow by 9 percent through 2022.
Daily responsibilities of a Lineman might include digging trenches to install underground lines, installing meters, climbing poles to repair overhead lines or inspecting power lines for possible repair or replacement. A Lineman will work mainly for utility companies, energy companies or telecommunications companies.