• Masonry

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  • Masonry 1

    Covers basic masonry terminology and develops technical aspects of masonry with emphasis on the development of introductory skills. Introduces the nature of masonry technology, materials and supplies, and employability skills. Topics include safety, layout, tools, leveling, plumbing, use of straight-edge, and jointing brick and block in wall construction. Prepares students for National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification. Prerequisite: Construction Core.

    Masonry 2

    Builds on skills mastered in Masonry 1 and provides advanced masonry skills including measurements, drawing and specifications, mortar, masonry units, and installation techniques. Prepares students for National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification. Prerequisite: Masonry 1.

    Masonry 3

    Develops advanced technical aspects of masonry. Course content includes residential plans and drawing interpretation, residential masonry, grout and other reinforcement, and metalwork in masonry. Introductory skills for crew leaders are also introduced in this course. Prepares students for National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification. Prerequisite: Masonry 2.

Last Modified on January 22, 2024