Masonry

Masonry at a Glance

Building Construction



CAREER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM INFORMATION CHART

Reading Level of Textbook

and Program Materials

Textbook written at a 9th grade level and includes lots of graphics and step by step directions.

Math Skills

used in this program

Basic math (+, -, x, ÷)

Word problems

Fractions

Geometry

Estimating (square and cubic area)

Classroom Tests

 

Chapter quizzes and tests, Unit tests

4 – 5 tests / marking period

Certification Tests

 

CareerSafe (OSHA)

NOCTI

Lecture

 

30 - 60 minutes / day

4 times / week

Homework Requirement

Occasional

Task List

Aligned with:  PA Department of Education Program of Study                               

More information available on www.citvt.com

 

 

Program Aptitudes

Ability to read and comprehend

Ability to handle criticism

Essential Physical Requirements

Physical strength and stamina

Ability to do repetitive tasks

Long periods of bending, stooping and standing

Soft Skills

Self-motivation

Problem solving skills

Uniform & Tool Requirements

Uniform & work boots required ($50-100)

Notebook

Work Environment

Outdoors in all weather conditions

 

Safety Concerns

Can be dangerous

Work at elevated heights

Exposure to dust, dirt

 

 

Co-op / Clinical

 

Must meet eligibility requirements for grades, attendance, performance and percentage of program completion.

Articulation Agreements

Most current information can be found through www.citvt.com, look for “How to Earn College Credit” or collegetransfer.net

Sample of Career Opportunities

(O*Net ID)

Brickmasons & Blockmasons (47.2021.00)

Tile & Marble Setters (47-2044.00)

Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers (47-2051.00)

Construction Laborers (47-2061.00)

Plasterers & Stucco Masons (47-2161.00)

 

MASONRY                                                                                                                                          C.I.P. CODE:  46.0101  ‚Äč