This course provides training on basic principles and practices of masonry. Topics include standard tools, materials, cost estimating, foundations, bonding variations, expansion joints, wall ties, building codes, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of safety practices, blueprint reading, and basic tool use: identify materials, operate machinery and lay masonry units.
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Whether interested in a two-year degree, certificate, or diploma, Wayne Community College offeres courses in the skilled trades designed to improve individual efficiencies, upgrade and/or improve present job skills or to prepare for future employment.
Additionally, these Occupational Extension Programs are designed to equip students with practical knowledge of a specific nature which will increase their technical skills. Successful completion of programs in this field will enable students to pursue careers in many different areas. Courses are scheduled in response to anticipated or known need to upgrade existing skills or aid in the development of new skills. The variety of programs scheduled are only limited by student interest, the availability of suitable facilities, and instructional services.
For more information call Workforce Continuing Education at 919-739-6900.