Hi-Line Training Overview
Hi-Line offers a variety of training courses geared to the electric utility industry. Whether you are an experienced or novice engineer, a systems manager, or a lineman, Hi-Line courses will enhance and expand your knowledge and skills.
Hi-Line offers certification programs, stand-alone courses, and webinars that provide in-depth, interactive training for a wide range of utility professionals. Through a selection of in-class and online delivery methods, Hi-Line helps you stay up-to-date with ever-changing industry regulations and requirements.
Hi-Line offers its training courses through statewide organizations and provides in-house classes for individual utilities.
Hi-Line has conducted more than 600 seminars from Alaska to the Caribbean over 15 years. More than 9,000 students including engineers, staking technicians, and linemen have attended our in-class courses. The Certified Staking Technician program has over 1,750 participants nationwide.
Comprehensive Staking Technician Certification Program – This certification program is designed to educate and equip the staking technician in designing electrical distribution facilities that adequately serve the customers of the utility. It will train the novice as well as improve the skills of the experienced employee. The classroom and field training is divided into three phases of four domains each to be taught in three separate five-day seminars. The program can also be taught as three separate four-day seminars.
To achieve certification, students must attend all three seminars and pass a test for each of the twelve domains. Students may re-take any test if their first try is unsuccessful.
Fundamentals of Utility Engineering Certification Program – The mission of the Fundamentals of Utility Engineering program is to provide practical, application-focused training courses that teach methods for modeling, analysis, and problem-solving faced by utility engineers and senior technical personnel.
A college engineering curriculum provides a basis for future learning. Most colleges do not provide the basics regarding the design, operation, or maintenance required for an electric utility system. Our objective is to impart these practical skills and knowledge to new engineers. For senior technical personnel with a strong background in line design and/or operations of utility systems, this course will help them feel more comfortable with the calculations and techniques required for day to day engineering analysis.
Fundamentals of Utility Engineering is a nine-day program consisting of three 3-day modules. By design, each module can be a stand-alone course. The courses contain many activities that will require student participation including use of computer software for running load flow analysis. Students will be encouraged to bring a laptop computer with their company’s load flow software. Example databases will be available in many of the commonly used packages.
Completion of all three modules and successful completion of the take-home projects will result in a Certification of Completion.
- Application and Use of the 2012 National Electrical Safety Code 2-Day
- 2012 National Electrical Safety Code Update 1-Day
- Advanced Topics for Construction Personnel
- Arc Flash Hazard Assessment & Avoidance
- Engineering Economics
- Environmental Strategy on Powerline Right of Ways
- Managing Utility Right of Ways
- Metering for Staking Personnel
- Overhead Distribution Design Seminar
- Powerline Basics for the Non-Lineman
- Prioritizing Reliability
- Street Lighting
- Surveying Hands On
- System Grounding
- Underground Design for Large Subdivisions
- Utility Basics for Administrative Personnel
- Wood Pole Structure Design
Expand your knowledge from anywhere, no travel required. A phone and a computer with Internet access are all that’s needed to take part. Hi-Line instructors, with years of field and real-world utility experience, address industry issues in a format that’s convenient and affordable. You can register for individual webinar topics, or choose from a number of individual or multi-user subscription options. All webinars can be taught as a series or as individual classes.
Hi-Line understands it can be difficult and costly for utility personnel to travel for training outside of the office or service area. That’s where our in-house classes come in! We come to you and offer any of our existing courses or we can customize to meet your needs. Contact us for more information on how to schedule in-house training for your organization.