MasonryCIP Code46.0101 – Competency RecordsPossible CareersBrickmasons & BlockmasonsHelpers-Brickmasons, Stonemasons & Tile & Marble SettersStonemasonsConstruction ManagersVocational Education Teachers, PostsecondaryPotential CertificationsNCCER CredentialsForklift Operator Certification, Class 1, 3, 4Rough Terrain Forklift Operator Certification, Class 7Employability: Interviewing SkillOSHA-10Instructor: Mr. LiddickProgram OverviewA successful mason is determined, creative, goal-oriented, energetic and a natural leader. Masons work with brick, concrete block and glass block, tile, concrete, stucco, and stone. The work requires precision, stamina and is very physically demanding. It involves the use of hand tools, power tools, scaffolding, and material moving equipment. The materials are laid by hand, requiring the skill of a craftsman, a true artist. Masons must also be able to read blueprints, understand building codes and be knowledgeable of industry safety requirements. Masonry is a growing field and opens doors to many other opportunities.* Blueprint Reading is a required course for this program of study.