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Power Line Design & Staking

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Upcoming Classes 


Level 2, Power Line Design & Staking - New Dates! 
9/05 - 10/02      ONLINE     
       Level 1, Power Line Design & Staking
         9/12 - 9/15      Hosted by: IAEC - Des Moines, IA

        Level 2, Power Line Design & Staking

         9/26 - 9/29      Hosted by: WREA - Riverton, WY

Level 3, Power Line Design & Staking New Dates!
10/09 - 11/03    ONLINE

      Level 1, Power Line Design & Staking New!
10/17 - 10/20    Hosted by: FMEA - Orlando, FL

        Stage 6, Power Line Design & Staking (TVPPA)
         10/31 - 11/2      Hosted by: TVPPA - Nashville, TN


         Level 4, Power Line Design & Staking
          11/07 - 11/10      Hosted by: OAEC - Oklahoma City, OK

         Level 4, Power Line Design & Staking
          11/13 - 11/16      Hosted by: VMDAEC - Glen Allen, VA

        Level 4, Power Line Design & Staking
        11/28 - 12/1        Hosted by: UTS - Atlanta, GA


         Level 4, Power Line Design & Staking
          12/05 - 12/08      Hosted by: NHEC - Plymouth, NH

         Level 2, Power Line Design & Staking
           12/12 - 12/15      Hosted by: IAEC - Des Moines, IA


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  -  UTS moves offices to Fort Gaines, GA
 We've moved!
Please direct all payments & correspondence to our new mailing address:
Utility Training Services, Inc.

   PO Box 85

 Fort Gaines, GA 39851



         Power Line Design & Staking

             Level 1
             Level 2
             Level 3
             Level 4

         Specialty Classes

             Understanding the NESC for Distribution Utilities

             Underground Distribution Power Design



         Do you need a course or location not on our 2017 calendar? Consider hosting a class. More information...
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We take pride in the dedicated collaboration of our curriculum committee advisers, technical writers, instructors and program management. Working together, they form the backbone of Utility Training Services and play a critical role in shaping the future of our company and technical training in the electric utility industry.


UTS curriculum advisers, course writers and instructors work together to create and maintain the "Utility Training Services Body of Knowledge" (UTSBOK) - a comprehensive collection of utility job-specific information and skills used as a guideline to ensure learning objectives are met in each of our courses and certification programs.


Our relationship with our students does not end when they leave the classroom. UTS provides post-class support in order to ensure that our students are equipped with the knowledge and skills required to do their job as efficient and effectively as possible.