Students in the Masonry Program receive instruction in four different areas of the trade. Brick/block laying, stonework, cement finishing, and tile setting make up the curriculum. Students learn from the ground up, both commercial and residential construction techniques and methods. Many aspects of masonry are covered including: Layout work, pouring footings, and various types of concrete finishes. Students learn the methodology of many types of masonry walls including, but not limited to brick, concrete block, stone and architectural tile in residential and commercial applications. Tile setting include layout, materials, and mortars for walls and floors.
Masonry is NCCER (The National Center for Construction Education and Research) certified as well the instructor and the curriculum. NCCER is a national recognized certification in the construction trades. Students can gain certification at four levels. Please click the link below to get detailed information.