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#6992 - 01/16/02 08:12 PM How does one become a journeyman lineman apprentice
Todd Lansford Offline
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Loc: Fresno, Ca, USA
I am interested in knowing how one becomes a journeyman lineman apprentice. Is there any prerequisites? Does it very from State to State, Private to Public ect.. Any information would be appreciated.

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#6993 - 01/18/02 11:03 AM Re: How does one become a journeyman lineman apprentice
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Try this site:http://www.ibew.org/As far as I know they are the only game in town.You can get a rubber stamp any where else.

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#6994 - 01/18/02 03:34 PM Re: How does one become a journeyman lineman apprentice
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Check out the local power company. They should be able to help you. IBEW will provide apprentiships, but they are not, by far, the only ones who do. Usually a 5 year program will get you into the journeyman position.

Rick Miell

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