SCE Apprentices Learn What it Takes to Become a Lineman

SCE linemen go through rigorous training. They start working as groundmen, then go through three years of apprentice training before they earn the title of lineman. Here's a brief look at the type of training the apprentices undergo from a recent visit to SCE's training facility in Chino, California. For more information about careers at Edison, visit:

Contributors: Diane Tasaka, Michelle Esperanza, Mashi Nyssen, Dalilah Davaloz and Nancy Rodriguez Casanova. 


Credit: VIDEOGRAPHY: Roger Hayes, Nicholas Roy and Joseph Foulk; EDITOR: Joseph Foulk

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