b"Career Programs Career education programs lead to a career certificate, and/or technical diplomas for designated programs. Apprentice Electric Lineman (George County Center) The Apprentice Electric Lineman program at the George County Center is a one-semester, 600-hour program. Students receive specialized instruction in certification areas required by the electrical power industry. Upon completion, students are prepared for an entry-level position as an electrical power-line installer or repairer. Applicants must meet general admission requirements as well as the following special requirements: Applications will be accepted beginning April 1 at the George County Center 18 years of age High school diploma or high school equivalency Valid Mississippi driver's license Motor vehicle report with good driving record (for CDL) DOT physical (indicating a body weight of 280 pounds or less) with a DOT substance test Enjoy outdoor work Physically able to climb ACCUPLACER assessment with Algebra score of 231; Reading and Writing score of 474; or Enhance ACT English, Reading, and Math minimum of 16 in each section. Students must pay the application cost and license fee to obtain a written permit for a Class A Mississippi Commercial Driver's License (CDL) from a Department of Public Safety (DPS) office that offers CDL. A CDL manual is available at www.dps.state.ms.us or you can purchase a manual from a DPS office. Skills taught will include the following: Basic Skills Basic Computer Applications Basic Electricity, Codes, etc. Basic Electricity I Basic Electricity II Interpersonal Skills National Electric Code Course National Electric Safety Code Course RUS Specifications (Overhead and Underground) Mississippi Class A Commercial Driver's License OSHA CPR, First Aid, and Blood borne Pathogens Hazardous Material Training and Material Safety Data Sheets Job Site Safety (Confined Space, Shoring, etc.) Personal Protective Equipment Rigging152"