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Mobile Training Services

Mobile Training

NLC’s Mobile Training Team delivers a wide range of advanced training services for utilities and construction companies anytime and anywhere.

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Available Courses

Listed below are some of our most popular training courses. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please inquire for the comprehensive and up-to-date course offerings.

Aerial Lift Rescue

Aerial Lift Rescue

Course Overview

This half-day course focuses on the skills, knowledge, and safety behaviors needed for aerial lift rescue (bucket trucks). This course will certify or recertify trainees in aerial lift rescue in compliance with the Federal OSHA 1910.269 requirements for training. In addition to classroom discussion, the trainees are required to perform simulated rescues to achieve competency.

1/2

Days of
Training

0.3

Continuing
Education Units

12:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio

Advanced Transformers

Advanced Transformers

Course Overview

This two-day course is designed to refresh or enhance the knowledge of utility workers who are involved with the installation and operation of transformers, providing the most common service voltages to meet customers’ needs. The primary focus of the course is directed at the connections and banking of transformers; however, additional emphasis is placed on hazard awareness and trouble scenarios.

2

Days of
Training

1.6

Continuing
Education Units

12:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio


Curriculum
  • Transformer Anatomy and Theory
  • Installation and Banking
  • Troubleshooting Transformers
  • Paralleling Transformers
  • Verifying Proper Voltages
  • Turns Ratio
  • Three-Phase Rotation

Crew Leadership

Crew Leadership

Course Overview

This two-day course enhances the knowledge, skills, and behaviors of crew leaders to effectively motivate, direct, and lead others. It also emphasizes the importance of taking action, upholding the vision and values of their organization, strengthening peer and customer relations, and risk management. Training consists of classroom instruction where participants will be engaged in case studies, lecture, discussion, and group activities.

2

Days of
Training

1.6

Continuing
Education Units

12:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio


Curriculum
  • Crew Leader Responsibilities
  • Leadership Styles
  • Making Optimal Decisions and Taking Action
  • Improving Working Relationships
  • Improving Employee Performance
  • Motivating Your Crew
  • Leadership and Personality Types
  • Resources Under the Control of the Crew Leader
  • Planning and Laying Out the Job
  • Delegating
  • Job Briefings
  • Improving Safety on the Job

Digger Derrick Safety

Digger Derrick Safety

Course Overview

This two-day course combines classroom lecture and hands-on training to develop and measure trainee knowledge and skills for working safely on and around digger derrick trucks in utility construction settings.

2

Days of
Training

1.6

Continuing
Education Units

8:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio


Curriculum

The context of the course includes the following:

  • Critical Components Inspection
  • Call Before You Dig
  • Worksite Protection and Digger Derrick Setup
  • Digger Derrick Communications
  • Lifting Capacities
  • Rigging and Sling Tensions
  • Digging, Setting, and Pulling Poles

Metering

Metering

Course Overview

This one-day course combines classroom lecture with specific meter-related tasks utilizing the transformer lab. Throughout the duration of the course, trainees’ primary focus will be on the safe installation and removal of meters.

1

Days of
Training

0.8

Continuing
Education Units

16:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio

Pole Top Rescue

Pole Top Rescue

Course Overview

This half-day course focuses on the skills, knowledge, and safety behaviors in pole-top rescue situations. This course will certify or recertify trainees in pole-top rescue in compliance with the Federal OSHA 1910.269 requirements for training. In addition to classroom discussion, the trainees are required to perform simulated rescues to achieve competency.

1/2

Days of
Training

0.3

Continuing
Education Units

12:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio

Rubber Glove Certification

Rubber Glove Certification

Course Overview

This five-day course is best suited for journey-level lineworkers and above who are (or will be) conducting work that requires the use of rubber gloves and competency-based certification training.

5

Days of
Training

4.0

Continuing
Education Units

4:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio


Curriculum
  • Safety regulations and applicable ANSI, ASTM standards and OSHA regulations
  • Industry best practices for rubber gloving
  • Insulate, isolate, and second point of contact
  • Field testing and inspecting of rubber goods and related equipment
  • Care and storage of rubber goods and equipment
  • Types of rubber goods (Type I and Type II)
  • Minimum Approach Distance (MAD)
  • Conductor weight calculations
  • Certification Exam

WORKING IN ELEVATED POSITIONS

WORKING IN ELEVATED POSITIONS

Course Overview

This five-day course is designed to teach working in elevated positions as it applies to power and telecom workers. Climbing and working from wood poles is the primary focus of the course, with some exposure to other types of structures such as tubular and lattice steel. Trainees will learn the requirements for using positioning device systems (body belts and climbers) as well as personal fall arrest systems (harness/lanyards). Structure rescue is also taught in this course.

5

Days of
Training

4.0

Continuing
Education Units

12:1

Trainee to
Instructor Ratio

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