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If you like to be outdoors, love challenges and aren't afraid of heights, being a professional Lineman is a career to consider. The MCTC Lineman Program will train you to install, maintain and repair high-power transmission and distribution lines and systems that deliver electric power from the generating source to the end user.

Our experienced instructors will use proven training methods from the line utility industry to prepare you for employment. You will receive 350 hours of training and upon successful completion, you will have earned a Class A CDL license, OSHA flagger certification, first aid & CPR certification and OSHA 10 training in addition to the Lineman certification.

How long will I take classes?
This 10-week course meets Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. on the Rowan campus in Morehead and the Licking Valley Campus in Cynthiana.

Where will I take classes?
Rowan Campus and Licking Valley Campus

What can I do when I graduate?
Careers in this industry consist of working in conditions such as rain, sleet, snow, at night and high winds. Most work stations are elevated, so if you have a fear of heights this may not be a career for you. Safety is the highest priority in this industry so students must always be aware of high voltage areas.

How do I apply? 
Fill out the Lineman Training Application (All fields marked with a red asterisk* are required.)


Licking Valley Campus
Lineman Program Coordinator
Lennie Kinney
859-234-8626 ext. 66419

Rowan Campus
Lineman Program Coordinator
Lennie Kinney
859-234-8626 ext. 66419