Power Transmission School: Overview of Classes and Courses

Power transmission programs prepare students for jobs working for utility companies or related organizations. Students can focus on general electrical studies or specialize in an area such as commercial wiring. Power transmission programs are generally found at 2-year institutions.

How to Select a Power Transmission School

Power transmission programs, more commonly known as electrical and power transmission installation or technology, prepare students for careers as electricians, line workers and power plant operators. Training programs in electrical and power transmission installation and technology are usually found at technical schools or community colleges. Students can earn certificates, Associate of Science (A.S.) degrees or Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees.

Consider the following when looking for a power transmission school:

  • Schools should work in conjunction with local electric cooperatives to design electric and power transmission programs.
  • Students should check if their program involves SkillsUSA, a nonprofit organization that ensures that college and vocational programs sufficiently prepare technical, skilled and service workers for their careers.

10 Schools with Power Transmission Programs

College/UniversityInstitution Type
Hibbing Community College 2-year, Public
Bismarck State College 4-year, Public
South Plains College 2-year, Public
Richland Community College 2-year, Public
Mid-State Technical College 2-year, Public
Chaffey College 2-year, Public
Santiago Canyon College2-year, Public
SUNY College of Technology at Delhi4-year, Public
Hudson Valley Community College2-year, Public
San Jacinto Community College2-year, Public

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