After working as a journeyman lineman for the past forty-three years, Founder/Instructor Gary Roberts recognized the desperate need for quality trained apprentice linemen. The idea for North American Lineman Training Center was really a natural progression from Gary having worked in the field throughout the years, to teaching those who would pursue a career as an apprentice lineman at NALTC. With the promise and commitment to preserving the name of excellence to a trade started many years ago, and still in great demand today, he made the decision to go forward with the North American Lineman Training Center.
NALTC occupies a total of approximately 20 acres, with a 2,400 square foot building, built in September of 2006, as the indoor training facility, and a 1,600 square foot building, built in March of 2007, which houses the main office and two classrooms. The latest addition to the training area, is a new stand-alone Lineman Classroom, which is approximately 1400 square feet. The field training yard occupies the balance of land across from the three buildings.
As North American Lineman Training Center’s student enrollment continues to grow, we look forward to expanding our facilities and hiring more instructors in order to meet this demand.