Professional training

Masonry : Bricklaying

Next sessions

September 8, 2020

Schedule

Individualized learning - Go at your own pace!

Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location

3555 rue Rocheleau, Saint-Hubert, Qc, J3Y 4T6

Phone

450 676-3636

Duration

900 Hours / 60 Credits

Why enroll in this program?

Individualized Program! Learn an exciting trade with specialized teachers in a modern state-of-the-art workshop! The professional training you receive will open doors to a trade that is in high demand.

Program objectives

  • To acquire the knowledge, ability and attitudes necessary upon entering the workforce to correctly and successfully complete the tasks and activities necessary for the masonry and bricklaying trade, such as; sizing, cutting, installing with mortar, cement or other adhesive, as well as finishing joints with the following materials: different types of bricks, stone, blocks, refractory materials, prefabricated architectural cement as well as installing rigid insulation and welding anchors.
  • In order to better prepare students for the Québec workforce, the content of this program is given in both English and French!

Content of
program

Module title
Hours
Units
  • To protect health, safety and physical integrity on construction sites
    30
    2
  • To determine their suitability for the trade and the training process
    15
    1
  • Prepare and spread mortars
    30
    2
  • Erect scaffolding
    30
    2
  • Lay blocks and bricks to the line
    120
    8
  • Build corners with blocks and bricks
    90
    6
  • Interpret plans and specifications
    60
    4
  • Build and repair simple blockwork and brickwork
    90
    6
  • Build complex structures with masonry units
    90
    6
  • Make simple welds and cut metals
    45
    3
  • Build and repair structures with precast masonry units
    45
    3
  • Cut and lay natural and artificial stones
    90
    6
  • Build and repair chimneys and stove bases
    30
    2
  • Become familiar with the work and techniques related to refractory materials
    15
    1
  • Adapt to the work environment in masonry and bricklaying
    120
    8