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Electrical Power Technology

Pratt Community College offers one of the most comprehensive Electrical Power Lineman Programs in the nation. One of only three in the state of Kansas, it offers students a variety of convenient ways to attend classes through on campus courses, distance education and on the job training. The program is offered at three locations: Pratt, Coffeyville and Wichita.

The program does not keep a waiting list. The program fills classes on a first come, first served basis. However, classes do fill up quickly and we encourage students to pre-enroll as soon as possible.

    

 

About this Program
Contact
Person
Pratt:
Lane Gourley
620-450-2127
LaneG@prattcc.edu
Wichita:
Dave Campbell
620.450.2271
phillipc@prattcc.edu
Coffeyville:
Dean Senter
620.252.7157
deans@prattcc.edu
Degree Options Associate of Applied Science (2-year)

Certificate (1-year)

Intended for 
Transfer to 
University
No
Semester Start Fall

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Latest News

Wed, Oct 22, 2014 - 3:27 PM

With high goals of going to college and becoming a power lineman, Zach Reimer applied for and received the national...

Wed, Sep 10, 2014 - 11:35 AM

Students in the Electrical Power Lineman program at Pratt Community College watch professionals in the field practice...

Thu, Mar 27, 2014 - 4:36 PM

Pratt Community College had two Electrical Power Technology students recognized for their hard work in the classroom on...

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