MASONRY 1 (Fall/Spring AM/PM Class - 2 Units) – 6250
Masonry 1 is an instructional program designed to encourage students to understand the history of masonry. Students will be able to identify commonly used power tools of the construction trade, use power tools safely, and explain how to maintain power tools properly, explain the importance of the HazCom (Hazard Communication Standard) requirement and MSDs (Material Safety Data Sheets).
MASONRY 2 (Fall PM PM Class - 2 Units) -6251
Masonry 2 program offers instruction in mixing mortar setting up a work station and safety using scaffold, laying various sizes of blocks and brick to the line, and leads to corner. Students will benefit from instructions in constructing and repairing walls, partitions, arches, fireplaces, floors, and walks.
MASONRY 3 (Spring PM Class - 2 Units) -6252
Masonry 3 students will recognize and identify basic blueprint terms, components, and symbols, relate information on blueprints to actual locations on the print., recognize different classifications of drawings and Interpret and use drawing dimensions. Understand the organization of residential plans and drawings. Identify and explain the characteristics, uses, and installation techniques for brick pavers, lay out and construct steps, patios, and decks made from masonry units.