Build a career with a strong foundation by becoming a bricklayer. This program will train you to prepare and lay brick and other masonry units to construct and repair walls, partitions, patios, arches, fireplaces and chimneys. Working with a variety of materials; brick, granite, concrete blocks, stones, structural tile, glass tile and pre-cast panels; the program will familiarize you with the properties of various mortars and other bonding materials.
Bricklayers interpret drawings and blueprints, and calculate the materials required. They work in a variety of settings including indoors and outdoors and the work can be physically demanding.
Apprentices may be eligible for financial support.
To enter an apprenticeship, you must have the educational qualifications required for the trade to which you apply. Entrance requirements are monitored by Alberta and Industry Training.
See the Apprentice System of Training to find out about becoming a registered apprentice.
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