2021 Journeyman Test Date – July 14, 2021 at 8 a.m.

The Mesa Hotline School  Special Board Meeting will be held together on March 8th at 10:00 a.m. Location TBA.
Note: This board meeting is being held to determine the feasibility of holding in-person classes in May of 2021. Comments are welcome, please have your company contact any Board Member.

Welcome to the Mesa Hotline School

The Mesa Hotline School serves as a model for providing training for privately-owned and non-profit utilities companies. Manufacturers and consultants combine in a total effort to offer the ultimate in repair and maintenance of electrical transmission and distribution.

The school located in Grand Junction Colorado held the first two weeks in May, is unique in that it is the only program of its type in the western United States. The school consists of two one-week sessions. It enrolls participants from Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Wyoming, Nevada, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, California, New Mexico, Nebraska, Alaska, and other states. Experienced instructors from manufacturers and companies are screened by the instructional committees of the school to provide the expert training necessary to keep a constant flow of electrical power to consumers.

2021 Mesa Hotline School – Under Consideration

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2021 MESA HOTLINE SCHOOL IS UNDER CONSIDERATION. REGISTRATION NOT OPEN AT THIS TIME. Stay Tuned for more Information. Member Registration $175. Non-Member Registration $325. Per Week of Training, Instructors and Company Representatives are at no cost.

Members – Week 1

TBA, 2021

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Non Members – Week 1

TBA, 2021

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Instructor Registration

Week 1 and Week 2

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Members – Week 2

TBA, 2021

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Non Members – Week 2

TBA, 2021

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Company Rep Registration

Week 1 and Week 2

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Mesa Hotline School has a block of rooms reserved at the Doubletree in Grand Junction for $101 per night. Please call 970-241-8888 to make your reservation.

Refunds for student registration will be granted with either written or verbal notification with a minimum of 45 days notice prior to the first week of the scheduled Mesa Hotline School. Refund requests not meeting this criteria will be subject to approval by the Mesa Hotline School President. Emergencies such as a major storm or death in the family are reasonable requests for refund and will be subject to approval by the Mesa Hotline School President or Vice President.

Important Information

  • For ALL Classes: Students must bring their own hard hats, safety glasses, long sleeved shirts, work boots, hand tools, sun screen and other related PPE.
  • Gloving and Hot Tension Stringing Classes: Students must bring their own rubber gloves, rubber sleeves, harnesses, hand tools, and proper PPE.
  • Sticking Classes: Students must bring their own rubber gloves, climbing tools, hand tools, and proper PPE.
  • Underground Classes: Students must bring personal PPE.
  • Transmission Class: Students must bring their own climbing tools, hand tools, and personal PPE.
  • Lunch is not provided for the classroom training. A banquet will be held Thursday evening of each week for all Mesa Hotline School Participants.
  • Lunch is provided in the field each Monday (NESCO Speciality Rentals), Tuesday & Wednesday (Altec), with tables and chairs provided by (Irby).
  • BBQ supper each Tuesday evening 4:30-6:30 at the field sponsored by (Border States Electric).
  • CEUSA will be hosting a trap shooting event each Monday evening at 5:00. CEUSA will pay for the first 100 rounds, bring your shotgun (a few will be available for use), shells, hearing and eye protection. Directions on the Program & Events tab.