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Old 09-19-2012, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default Hello sorry if wrong spot guys im new to this!!

I am trying to figure this forum stuff out never done it before. I am trying to get into the industry and looking g for any info or help from who else but the guys who actually do it! I am interested in becoming a lineman. I have obtained my class b permit and applied in NEAT and spoke to local 104 I'm from mass area. Any insight would be AWSOME!
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I am trying to figure this forum stuff out never done it before. I am trying to get into the industry and looking g for any info or help from who else but the guys who actually do it! I am interested in becoming a lineman. I have obtained my class b permit and applied in NEAT and spoke to local 104 I'm from mass area. Any insight would be AWSOME!
Hello TrevorW34..Welcome to the forum....

What is a class b permit ?
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Might start by looking here. Maybe easier to get in with one of these than the big guys.

http://users.rcn.com/patrick.mehr/muni.shtml
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A class b is a commercial drivers license. Needed for most apprentice positions for lineman as requirement. Thanks for replying!
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Might start by looking here. Maybe easier to get in with one of these than the big guys.

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Do they have training programs? I work next door to the national grid training facility but I'm sure those guys have about 100000000 ppl already waiting so I was referred to neat for their training program.
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Oh..I should have known that..
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Do they have training programs? I work next door to the national grid training facility but I'm sure those guys have about 100000000 ppl already waiting so I was referred to neat for their training program.
I'd imagine they do but I really don't know. I can't do all the legwork for you. Make a few calls and see what they say.
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Lol ya no doubt dude. Lol trust me I've done a lot of research and gotten far enough to where I am at now I am just looking for different course of action. I want to know I've asked and dine as much as I can. Can't call tonight lol or I would. Thanks for the list man I appreciate it.
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