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Southeast Lineman Training Center, founded in 1999, is a vocational school offering training programs for people wanting to enter the linework industry. They offer two different programs, the Electrical Lineworker Program (ELP) and the Communications Lineworker Program (CLP) that are offered multiple times each year. The ELP is a 15-week training program for individuals desiring to become electrical lineworkers and the CLP is a 7-week program for those wishing to enter the telecommunications field. SLTC is located in Trenton, Georgia approximately 20 miles (32 km) south of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Southeast Lineman Training Center
Address
9481 HWY 11 Trenton, GA 30752

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United States
Information
TypeVocational School
Motto"Put it all on the line"
Established1999
FounderGeorge Nelson
ChaplainEddie Cantrell
MascotBolt
Websitewww.lineworker.com
www.comm-training.com

SLTC currently administers training to nearly 600 students per year in its Electrical Lineworker Program and is one of the largest lineworker training schools in the United States.

Students around pole circle at Southeast Lineman Training Center in Trenton, GA.

Southeast Lineman Training Center (SLTC) was conceived in 1999 when George Nelson, an entrepreneur from Florida, was approached about the need for quality trained apprentice lineworkers in the electric utility industry. So, like any visionary that sees a need, he purchased 19 acres (77,000 m2) and started putting the pieces together. SLTC's first class was delivered on February 1, 2000 to 15 students. Two other classes were delivered that year to 19 other individuals. During that time, SLTC's office was a trailer with one pole circle in the training yard. In 2002, SLTC added its first administration building, which contained an office, classrooms, and lab areas. This building is still on campus, but is now home to Super Chief, the company that produces the show "Woodwalkers". Since those first few years, SLTC has expanded its footprint nearly every year. The first, and most significant expansion was the construction of their current corporate headquarters. This building is approximately 17,000-square-foot (1,600 m2) and sits on the property of the main campus. Their next big expansion was purchasing an additional 21 acres (85,000 m2) to allow the ELP to accommodate up to 220 students per class. This property is referred to as the extension campus and advanced underground lab area. Their most recent project has been the creation and development of SLTC Global. The SLTC Global campus allows them to conduct simulated and energized training for companies all over the world. They conduct training on site and have staff that travel to administer training abroad.

Timeline

1999 - Southeast Lineman Training Center (founded in Trenton, Georgia on 19 acres (77,000 m2)).

2000 - February 1, 2000 first class was delivered to 13 students.

2002 - Electrical Lineworker Program training building was constructed.

2003 - Expansion of training yard to include transmission training.

2004 - Construction of 12,000-square-foot (1,100 m2) administration building and classrooms.

2007 - Additional land purchased to increase training yard to 25 acres (100,000 m2). CDL training grounds were added.

2008 - Expansion of training yard to include substation training.

2012 - Purchase of 21 acres (85,000 m2) to expand ELP training facilities. Construction of 6,000-square-foot building for classrooms and offices.

2011 - Expansion of training yard and increased enrollment to 140 students per term.

2014 - Additional land purchased bringing all campus' to approximately 75 acres (300,000 m2) for new SLTC Global campus. School increases to 200 students per term.

2015 - Construction beings on new SLTC Global and Communications campus.

2016 - Communications Lineworker Program begins.

Southeast Lineman Training Center
Southeast Lineman Training Center Language Watch Edit This article is an orphan as no other articles link to it Please introduce links to this page from related articles try the Find link tool for suggestions July 2015 This article includes a list of references related reading or external links but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations September 2008 Learn how and when to remove this template message Southeast Lineman Training Center founded in 1999 is a vocational school offering training programs for people wanting to enter the linework industry They offer two different programs the Electrical Lineworker Program ELP and the Communications Lineworker Program CLP that are offered multiple times each year The ELP is a 15 week training program for individuals desiring to become electrical lineworkers and the CLP is a 7 week program for those wishing to enter the telecommunications field SLTC is located in Trenton Georgia approximately 20 miles 32 km south of Chattanooga Tennessee Southeast Lineman Training CenterAddress9481 HWY 11 Trenton GA 30752 Trenton Georgia United StatesInformationTypeVocational SchoolMotto Put it all on the line Established1999FounderGeorge NelsonChaplainEddie CantrellMascotBoltWebsitewww lineworker com www comm training com SLTC currently administers training to nearly 600 students per year in its Electrical Lineworker Program and is one of the largest lineworker training schools in the United States Students around pole circle at Southeast Lineman Training Center in Trenton GA History EditSoutheast Lineman Training Center SLTC was conceived in 1999 when George Nelson an entrepreneur from Florida was approached about the need for quality trained apprentice lineworkers in the electric utility industry So like any visionary that sees a need he purchased 19 acres 77 000 m2 and started putting the pieces together SLTC s first class was delivered on February 1 2000 to 15 students Two other classes were delivered that year to 19 other individuals During that time SLTC s office was a trailer with one pole circle in the training yard In 2002 SLTC added its first administration building which contained an office classrooms and lab areas This building is still on campus but is now home to Super Chief the company that produces the show Woodwalkers Since those first few years SLTC has expanded its footprint nearly every year The first and most significant expansion was the construction of their current corporate headquarters This building is approximately 17 000 square foot 1 600 m2 and sits on the property of the main campus Their next big expansion was purchasing an additional 21 acres 85 000 m2 to allow the ELP to accommodate up to 220 students per class This property is referred to as the extension campus and advanced underground lab area Their most recent project has been the creation and development of SLTC Global The SLTC Global campus allows them to conduct simulated and energized training for companies all over the world They conduct training on site and have staff that travel to administer training abroad Timeline Edit 1999 Southeast Lineman Training Center founded in Trenton Georgia on 19 acres 77 000 m2 2000 February 1 2000 first class was delivered to 13 students 2002 Electrical Lineworker Program training building was constructed 2003 Expansion of training yard to include transmission training 2004 Construction of 12 000 square foot 1 100 m2 administration building and classrooms 2007 Additional land purchased to increase training yard to 25 acres 100 000 m2 CDL training grounds were added 2008 Expansion of training yard to include substation training 2012 Purchase of 21 acres 85 000 m2 to expand ELP training facilities Construction of 6 000 square foot building for classrooms and offices 2011 Expansion of training yard and increased enrollment to 140 students per term 2014 Additional land purchased bringing all campus to approximately 75 acres 300 000 m2 for new SLTC Global campus School increases to 200 students per term 2015 Construction beings on new SLTC Global and Communications campus 2016 Communications Lineworker Program begins References Edit High wire Act Training Chattanooga Times Free Press 2008 07 21 Archived from the original on 2011 09 30 Retrieved 2008 09 13 Graduating Class Stages Rodeo Dade County Sentinel 2008 08 22 Retrieved 2008 09 13 dead link A Career in Linework Article library High School Graduate 2008 Archived from the original on 2009 03 03 Retrieved 2008 09 13 Dominion Accepting Applications for Scholarships to Lineman College Dominion Power 2008 07 01 Archived from the original on 2008 08 22 Retrieved 2008 09 13 Southeast Lineman Training Center LAUNCH Youth Services Retrieved 2008 09 13 SOUTHEAST LINEMAN TRAINING CENTER State Training Provider List Tennessee Higher Education Commission Archived from the original on 2009 06 03 Retrieved 2008 09 13 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