Power Line Design & Staking
PLDS Level 3
Pole & Pole Top Component Loading
Underground System Design - Transformer & Service Loading
NESC Exceptions & Specifics
Conductor Sag & Tension
Time & Location
June 9 - 11, 2021
8:30 – 4:00 pm Wed-Fri (eastern standard time)
with proctored final exam through UTS eLearning site, due Fri, 6/11
About this Course
The online version of the UTS Level 3 Power Line Design & Staking course covers the same topics as our classroom version.
Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Power Line Design & Staking, Level 1 & 2
Hours: 21 UTS CEUs: 2.1
In Level 3 Power Line Design and Staking, students will build on the foundation created in the prerequisite courses, Levels 1 and 2 and are introduced to underground line design. Attention is given to understanding how to apply the theories of line design to solve special problems. After completion of this course, participants will be able complete the layout and design of most overhead and underground projects. Students will also understand the physical loads on the distribution system and the associated hardware, read DOT projects, class poles, design for special guying situations, calculate sag and create a stringing chart, and estimate sag on uneven terrain. Course manual provided.
UTS will provide course handbook, and other miscellaneous worksheets and supplies required for this course. This course packet will be mailed to students 1 week prior to course start date. Students need to have access to their own copy of the current, 2017 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) book.
A UTS instructor will be assigned and available via email (and phone, by appointment), as needed, during the course access dates.
Course Process & Requirements
Desktop or Laptop
Internet - a 6mbps Internet connection (or as close to that as possible) works best.
Webcam and mic are recommended, but not required (online chat will be available).Student
Attendance: Students will be required to log in and participate during both training session days. 10-minute breaks will be given every hour and a 1-hour lunch break will be given at noon each day.
We will be using the Webex platform for this virtual course. Students will receive an email invitation to join a the training session prior to class start times. This email will include a link that students will use to join the training session through web browser or by downloading the app.
The course final exam will be taken online (not virtual) and will be available through our eLearning site the following week. Students will receive this information during the virtual session. The final exam will require a proctor, so students will need to schedule the exam with a proctor. Proctor information will be collected during the virtual session. Final exam access codes will be sent to proctors upon completion of the virtual session. Course certificates will be mailed upon successful completion of final exam. Certification diplomas and jackets will mail from UTS approx. 4-6 weeks after course completion.
Deadline for registration is May 21, 2021. Registrations will be confirmed via email, but participants are not guaranteed space in the class until payment is received. Thank you!
Registrants who cancel in writing on or before May 21, 2021 are entitled to a full refund of their registration fee. Registrants who cancel after May 21, 2021 will not receive a refund, but participant substitutions will be allowed for this event only. Registrants and no-shows who do not cancel by May 21, 2021 are responsible for the full registration.
Registration & Price
Power Line Design & Staking - Level 3
June 9 - 11, 2021 - Virtual
Important: When you SUBMIT this Registration Form, you will be taken to a course confirmation page. If you are not routed to this page, please contact us at: 404-890-5514, ext 105 or [email protected]
Pricing - $1,450/person