ActewAGL looks for next gen line workers

Energy industry workers (RACE for 2030)

ActewAGL has opened its next round of applications for apprenticeship training in electrical lines work.

Electrical line workers maintain, construct and provide emergency repairs to the electricity distribution network.

Branch manager works delivery Clinton McAlister said ActewAGL had a highly skilled team which provided energy consumers with a reliable energy network.

“Apprentices receive training and experience in constructing, repairing and maintaining overhead, underground and substation power supply equipment,” he said.

“Apprentices rotate through a range of specific work areas and locations to gain a variety of experience and comprehensive training.”

Applications close on September 29. For more details visit the ActewAGL website.

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