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we are forged
Knowledge, Discipline & Ability
We understand that our student’s success is our success. Assistance is available to our students from every aspect of the enrollment process all the way until they are placed in the industry. And job placement doesn’t stop after graduation – we currently send graduates updated job postings we receive from companies in the industry.
Attitude is an eight-letter word that can mean the difference between success and failure. We maintain a positive, motivating, and encouraging “can do” attitude that helps instill our three core educational values into each graduate.
Student Housing
Housing assistance is just another way SLTC helps students get through the enrollment process. While SLTC is not af liated with the housing options available to students, we do recommend that students stay in one of the many options on our “Housing List”. Housing options include apartments, dorms, duplexes and houses. Most of the housing is located in the city of Trenton, just a few miles from the training center. All listed housing is fully furnished except for linens and personal items.
Grounds for Approval
SLTC offers one of the most impressive campuses available for apprentice training in the world. We’ve had lineman say, “It’s a paradise for linemen.” Our campus is a combined 75 acres for  eld training that offers students the most comprehensive hands-on training available. Every day at SLTC, knowledge learned in the classroom is then applied in the  eld to develop disciplined skills and abilities; this all takes place in a realistic environment which is as close to the real world as you’re going to get. But don’t take our word for it, come tour our campus and see for yourself.
Credentials
Southeast Lineman Training Center believes in the highest standards of education and training for the power delivery industry. Southeast Lineman Training Center is authorized and licensed by the Georgia Non-Public Postsecondary Education Commission and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. These authorizations must be renewed each year and are based on an evaluation by minimum standards concerning quality of education, ethical business practices, health and safety, and  scal responsibility.
Georgia Non-Public Postsecondary Education Commission 2082 East Exchange Place, Suite 220Tucker, Georgia 30084 770-414-3300
Tennessee Higher Education Commission 404 James Robertson Parkway, Suite 1900 Nashville,Tennessee 37243 615-741-5293
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