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Apprentice Lineworker Program – Year 1

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

(8:00 am - 2:00 pm)

NEPPA has adopted the four-year curriculum of the Northwest Lineman College’s Lineworker Certification Program and combines hands-on and formal classroom training.  Students attend class four times a year for four days each to complete the four-year program.

*NEW* Beginning in 2021, each Friday of the session will consist of a virtual review of the week's material and online testing.  Students should plan to attend classes in-person at the Training Center Tuesday - Thursday, and join the session(s) remotely on Friday.

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2021 Substation II Program

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

Substation II expands on Substation I and moves into protection and controls, understanding operations, schematics and diagrams, testing and test results interpretation of substation equipment.

In addition to in-class lecture, the Substation II Program incorporates hands-on application of concepts and testing, building and manipulating a relay panel, and weekly testing including a final exam to demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of the course content.

Beginning in 2021, each Friday of the session will be a half-day conducted virtually for review and testing.

Upon successful completion of the Program, students are awarded a Certificate of Completion.

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Apprentice Lineworker Program – Year 2

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

(8:00 am - 2:00 pm)
NEPPA has adopted the four-year curriculum of the Northwest Lineman College’s Lineworker Certification Program and combines hands-on and formal classroom training. Students attend class four times a year for four days each to complete the four-year program.

*NEW* Beginning in 2021, each Friday of the session will consist of a virtual review of the week’s material and online testing. Students should plan to attend classes in-person at the Training Center Tuesday – Thursday, and join the session(s) remotely on Friday.

Climate Initiatives Roundtable

Virtual

NEPPA is committed to helping our members discuss and address the real-world impact of federal, state and local climate initiatives on the electric utility industry. The Inaugural Climate Initiatives Roundtable brings together interested stakeholders, and will be led by a panel of joint action agency representatives from each of our member states.

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2021 Substation II Program

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

Substation II expands on Substation I and moves into protection and controls, understanding operations, schematics and diagrams, testing and test results interpretation of substation equipment.

In addition to in-class lecture, the Substation II Program incorporates hands-on application of concepts and testing, building and manipulating a relay panel, and weekly testing including a final exam to demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of the course content.

Beginning in 2021, each Friday of the session will be a half-day conducted virtually for review and testing.

Upon successful completion of the Program, students are awarded a Certificate of Completion.

@Your-Site Virtual: Capacitors

Virtual

NEPPA is committed to providing high-quality technical and safety training, particularly in the shadows of COVID-19, and is pleased to continue offering a new series of live, instructor-led @Your-Site Virtual Training sessions.

@Your-Site Virtual: System Protection

Virtual

NEPPA is committed to providing high-quality technical and safety training, particularly in the shadows of COVID-19, and is pleased to continue offering a new series of live, instructor-led @Your-Site Virtual Training sessions.

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Apprentice Lineworker Program – Year 3

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

(8:00 am - 2:00 pm)
NEPPA has adopted the four-year curriculum of the Northwest Lineman College’s Lineworker Certification Program and combines hands-on and formal classroom training. Students attend class four times a year for four days each to complete the four-year program.

*NEW* Beginning in 2021, each Friday of the session will consist of a virtual review of the week’s material and online testing. Students should plan to attend classes in-person at the Training Center Tuesday – Thursday, and join the session(s) remotely on Friday.

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Apprentice Lineworker Program – Year 4

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

(8:00 am - 2:00 pm)
NEPPA has adopted the four-year curriculum of the Northwest Lineman College’s Lineworker Certification Program and combines hands-on and formal classroom training. Students attend class four times a year for four days each to complete the four-year program.

*NEW* Beginning in 2021, each Friday of the session will consist of a virtual review of the week’s material and online testing. Students should plan to attend classes in-person at the Training Center Tuesday – Thursday, and join the session(s) remotely on Friday.

Apprentice Lineworker Program Make-Up Week

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

Apprentice Lineworker Program Make-Up Weeks

In 2021, NEPPA is be establishing the following "Make-Up Weeks" to invite any student who needs to make-up time in the Program and/or conduct competencies for the Program.

Metering II Program

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

NEPPA’s Metering II Program is designed to build upon the introductory concepts of Metering I. Metering II explores advanced application of concepts, how to apply theory in practice and understand system design elements and equipment.

Upon successful completion of the Program, including a final exam, students are awarded a Certificate of Completion.

Recurring

Apprentice Lineworker Program – Year 1

NEPPA Training Center 200 New Estate Rd, Littleton, MA

(8:00 am - 2:00 pm)

NEPPA has adopted the four-year curriculum of the Northwest Lineman College’s Lineworker Certification Program and combines hands-on and formal classroom training.  Students attend class four times a year for four days each to complete the four-year program.

*NEW* Beginning in 2021, each Friday of the session will consist of a virtual review of the week's material and online testing.  Students should plan to attend classes in-person at the Training Center Tuesday - Thursday, and join the session(s) remotely on Friday.

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