CTE > Architecture & Construction > Utility Line Worker​: BIC
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​Utility line workers are responsible for the transmission of energy and data through across the world. Utility line workers are devoted to build, repair, and maintain grids for electrical, cable television, and telecommunication industries. This curriculum is designed for students to gain an entry level understanding of this work and to be prepared to complete the Construction and Skilled Trades (CAST) examination often required for employment in this field.

  
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Plans of Instruction are units of instruction in a CTE course providing teachers with suggestions for lesson plans.
POICluster Plans of Instruction (POI)http://testwww.alsde.edu/sec/cte/Pages/poi-all.aspx?tab=Architecture and Construction
  
Career Readiness Indicators are credentials/certifications available to all students enrolled in a program where career and technical skill proficiencies are aligned with industry-recognized standards
CRICredentialling Indicatorshttp://www.alsde.edu/sec/wfd/Pages/credentialing-all.aspx
  
State Board of Education approved standards describing the minimal instructional content of the career and technical education programs and related courses.
COSCTE COShttp://testwww.alsde.edu/sec/cte/Pages/ctecos-all.aspx?tab=Architecture and Construction
  
State adopted textbooks for CTE 2010-2016 including CTE Comprehensive and CTE Supplementary.
TextbooksCTE Textbookshttp://www.alsde.edu/sec/sct/Pages/textbooksbysubject-all.aspx?tab=Career and Technical Education
  
Required equipment for each program and/or course.
Equipment ListsEquipment List/sec/cte/Pages/equipmentlist-all.aspx?tab=Architecture and Construction
  
Business and Industry Certification validates that programs comply with and maintain quality standards as agreed upon by business and industry, education professionals, and the Department.
BICNCCER Document/sec/cte/Pages/bic-all.aspx?tab=NCCER
  
Resources needed for instructors and teachers in Architecture & Construction and Manufacturing pathways to integrate NCCER curriculum and resources into their program.
NCCERNCCER Resourceshttps://www.alsde.edu/sec/cte/Pages/resources-all.aspx?tab=NCCER
  
Frequently Asked Questions related to this program.
FAQsProgram FAQshttp://testwww.alsde.edu/sec/cte/Pages/archfaqs-all.aspx?tab=Utility Line Worker
  
A listing of courses, subject codes, credentials, and career opportunities within the cluster and program area
Program GuideProgram Guidehttp://www.alsde.edu/sec/cte/Pages/programgrids-all.aspx?tab=Architecture and Construction
  
Student Organizations function as an integral part of the CTE instructional program with state and national affiliation providing support for skill attainment and leadership development.
Student OrganizationSkillsUSA/sec/cte/Pages/studentorgs-all.aspx?tab=SkillsUSA