Metering Technician Apprenticeship

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*Statistics retrieved from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

What Does a Metering Technician Do?

Metering Technicians install, remove, and maintain electric metering systems and equipment. They test meters and perform necessary repairs.


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What Are the Working Conditions?

Metering Technicians are required to work outdoors in all types of weather.  Most usually work a 40 hour week, but could be required to work during severe weather to repair damaged metering equipment, may work long and irregular hours to restore service.

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How is the Training Structured?

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What are the Application Requirements?

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What Skills Should I Possess?

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Additional Resources

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics maintains information on all occupations. For more information on the Metering Technician trade in the United States, visit:

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Sources: Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards Position Descriptions,
Apprenticeship in Wisconsin Handbook

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