Northwest Lineman College To Open New Training Campus in Edgewater
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Meridian, Idaho. 8 August 2016. Northwest Lineman College announced today it will be opening its fourth campus in Edgewater in November, 2016. The new campus will be called Northwest Lineman Center.
Northwest Lineman College is the nation’s leading school that produces superbly trained linemen for US utilities. Since 1993, Northwest Lineman College has trained over 20,000 pre-apprentice, apprentice and journeyman linemen now working for hundreds of power companies in all 50 states.
According to Aaron Howell, CEO of Northwest Lineman College, “Tens of
thousands of critically important utility linemen and related positions will be retiring in the near future. The electrical industry will need top notch power professionals and Northwest Lineman College will provide those professionals.”
“Edgewater is a great place for Northwest Lineman College’s fourth campus,” said Mr. Howell. “The officials in Edgewater are great. We are grateful to Mayor Michael Ignasiak, Edgewater City Council, Tracey Barlow and Samantha Bishop. We appreciate the efforts of J. Hyatt Brown, Kent Sharples and Mary Garvin of the CEO Business Alliance as well as Gerry Glass and Dick McNerney.
The excellent work of these individuals led to our decision to locate in the Daytona area, specifically the city of Edgewater. They believe in the purpose of Northwest Lineman College.”
For information on admissions, tuitions, and schedules visit www.lineman.edu or call 888-546-3967 or 888-linework.