Masonry

Students develop the basic skills to use both hand and power tools, as well as machinery and equipment, related to brick and block masonry construction. Students focus on problem-solving and employability skills while performing entry-level brick masonry tasks. In the second semester, students further refine and expand their skills in the use of hand and power tools, as well as machinery and equipment, to construct masonry wall systems typical of the 21st century. Successful and eligible students may interview for paid apprenticeship positions with local contractors at the end of the course. These positions can be held during a student’s senior year for work based learning elective credit.

Courthouse Campus

Occupation Opportunities
  Mason

  Tile Installer
  General Contractor

Certification Opportunities
  NCCER Masonry Level 1

  OSHA-10 Certification*

  *required to continue in the course
Credits for this Program Include:
  Masonry I (1 Credit)
  Masonry II (2 Credits)

Preferred Aptitudes
  Physical endurance to stand, bend, and
  stand for long periods of time
  Work with precise standards of accuracy
  Good mathematical ability