Staking School (Phase 2)
Hi-Line Engineering’s certified staking technician training program is designed to educate and equip the staking technician to design safe, reliable and efficient electrical distribution facilities. The comprehensive training program endeavors to explain the science and art of distribution line design. The apprentice can learn the basics and the experienced professional can add to his or her scope of knowledge. Many ideas will be presented that can be built upon by both engineers and designers to provide a customized set of staking parameters for a utility. The course of study leads to certification as a qualified staking technician. The certification will be awarded after the student successfully completes the outlined curriculum and written tests. This is a three-phase program, with the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) Update included in Phase 2. NOTE: The NESC portion is covered on Day 1 and Day 2 of Staking School (Phase 2).
Registration for this event is now closed.