Electrical and Power Transmission Installers

Electrical and power transmission installers provide electricity to both commercial and residential facilities. Typically, on-the-job training is provided by the employer. Keep reading to further explore education and career options in this field.

Inside Electrical and Power Transmission Installation

Electricity is an important resource for people whose lives are made convenient by electronics and computers. Electrical and power transmission installers are responsible for hooking up and maintaining transformers, towers, voltage regulators, substations and power lines. Their job involves working with electricity of high-voltage. They may work in a crew and may have to travel to various locations during the course of their day, requiring knowledge of how to use heavy equipment and vehicles. Once the problem is found, they may have to climb poles to fix it.

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