Masonry

Job Outlook

  • Read and understand blueprints and job details to construct intricate brick, block, stone, and tile structures

  • Work in all parts of construction, from foundation to ornamental designs

  • Operate heavy equipment in a variety of masonry applications

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?

  • Bricklayer

  • Blocklayer

  • Union construction worker

  • Stonemason

  • Tile Setter

What would I do in this class?

  • Brick and block construction

  • Concrete construction

  • OSHA training

  • Stone and tile work

  • Blueprint training

  • Composite wall construction

  • Operate material handler, skid steer, and fork lift

What can I do with further training?

  • Superintendent of construction company

  • Local brick contractor

  • Estimator

  • Concrete or masonry contractor

Program Quick Facts

Masonry students must be able to

  • Follow written and verbal instructions

  • Comprehend the unit of measure used in the program

  • Lift a minimum of 50 lbs.

  • Meet safety requirements to operate tools

  • Exhibit professionalism and workplace behavior

  • Meet safety requirements to operate heavy equipment

Instructors

College Credits

Available Certifications

Lab Fees

Ryan Irwin

Kent State University
Stark State College
Youngstown State University

  • CPR First Aid

  • NCCER Core and Level 1 Masonry

  • OSHA 10 

  • Level 1 (junior) - $ 25.00

  • Level 2 (senior) - $ 25.00

  • Tool List

man fixing a brick on a wall