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Apprenticeship – Level 2 – Intermediate
Blue Print Reading
Wall Systems Expansion & Control Joints
Flashing Moisture Control
Connectors for Masonry
Arches & Decorative Bonds
Intro to Man-made Stone Masonry
Intro to Refractories
Reinforced Masonry

Apprenticeship – Level 2 – Intermediate

$400

About this course

An apprentice is a person (or position) in a trade who is receiving on-the-job training from a skilled worker (employer) while getting paid.

 

The Apprenticeship Program is combining on-the-job training and in-school training hours.

 

Our school provides the 8 week in-school training per level.

FAQ:

What is the Apprenticeship Program?

The Apprenticeship Program is the main program that combines the on-the-job training hours and in-school training hours to complete a total of 5,600 hours.

 

The Apprenticeship Program will typically last between 3 to 5 years, assuming that the Apprentice is on-the-job for 10 months and 2 months in-school.

 

In-school has three levels: Basic, Intermediate & Advanced.

 

To start the Apprenticeship Program, the Apprentice must become a Registered Apprentice.

How do I become an Apprentice?

An Apprentice is a person (or position) in a trade who is getting on-the-job training from a skilled worker (employer) while getting paid.

What is a 'Registered Apprentice'?

The Apprenticeship Program is the main program that combines the on-the-job training hours and in-school training hours to complete a total of 5,600 hours.

 

The Apprenticeship Program will typically last between 3 to 5 years, assuming that the Apprentice is on-the-job for 10 months and 2 months in-school.

 

In-school has three levels: Basic, Intermediate & Advanced.

 

To start the Apprenticeship Program, the Apprentice must become a Registered Apprentice.

How can I learn more about the Apprenticeship in Ontario

You can visit their website here to learn more about Apprenticeship

What is Masonry?

Masonry, aka brick and stone work, is one of the oldest surviving crafts in the world.

 

In fact, many of the world’s wonders are masonry creations, including the Egyptian Pyramids, Roman Coliseum, Taj Mahal, and Great Wall of China, and are admired for their outstanding architectural achievements.

Syllabus

Blue Print Reading

Wall Systems Expansion & Control Joints

Flashing Moisture Control

Connectors for Masonry

Arches & Decorative Bonds

Intro to Man-made Stone Masonry

Intro to Refractories

Reinforced Masonry