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 Electric Utility Technology

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ProgramDegreeCertificateGainful Employment
Electric Utility Design Technology
Electric Utility Technology  Click here to view
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Class Schedule for EUT

(Not all classes offered every semester)

EUT105Introduction to Pole Climbing1.00
EUT110Line Work I2.00
EUT112Basic Electricity: AC And DC4.00
EUT115Field Training I6.00
EUT210Line Work II2.00
EUT211Electrical Apparatus4.00
EUT215Field Training II6.00
Offering both a technical certificate and an A.A.S. Degree, the Electric Utility Technology (EUT) program provides students with basic preparation in overhead and underground construction and maintenance procedures. Focusing on performance-based objectives and field experiences, the program is designed to provide students with skills and knowledge needed in this rapidly growing field.

The EUT program prepares students for the position of an apprentice-level lineworker, familiar with the use of tools, materials and the equipment of the electric utility industry. Students train in power line installation and maintenance, pole climbing, use of tools, truck and equipment operation, and overhead and underground distribution, construction and maintenance of electrical lines.
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Students interested in the EUT program at CGCC must pass a physical examination and complete the application process. In addition, students must obtain a CDL license and a First Aid Certificate in order to receive their CCL or
AAS degree.
CGCC's Electric Utility Technology program is part of the Arizona Sun Corridor Get Into Energy Consortium
Admission Criteria: Application and acceptance into the EUT program
Program Prerequisites: Student must pass a physical examination
Electrical Lineworker Description
Electrical lineworkers install and repair electrical transmission and distribution systems for investor owner municipal and rural electric utility companies. Lineworkers climb poles or work on underground systems installing hardware, conductors and transformers. The typical average annual pay for an Arizona lineworker is $65,035 according to the Energy Workforce Demand Report - West Region.

Electrical Lineworker students receive training in:
  • Power line Installation and maintenance
  • Pole climbing and use of tools
  • Truck and equipment operation
  • Overhead and underground distribution construction/maintenance
  • First aid and CPR

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- Student EUT Program CGCC


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