Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers
As a bricklayer your primary responsibility is the constriction of walls, partitions, fireplaces and other structures from brick, concrete blocks, structural tile or other masonry materials as well as installing the brick linings of individual kilns and furnaces. Hand tools such as chisels, trowels, jointers, plumb bobs, mason’s rulers and levels are used along with power saws for cutting masonry materials. Pointers, caulkers and cleaners restore old masonry, maintain buildings and apply waterproofing membrane and caulking products.
Bricklayers must complete a four-year apprenticeship training program. The program exposes apprentices to all skills necessary to become a Bricklayer/PCC. Pre-Apprenticeship training covers all skills necessary to be a first-year apprentice through eight 40-hour weeks of hands-on learning. Pre-apprenticeship training is held in March and April. Related training in bricklaying, blueprint reading, and safety is also provided. This related training is split into four one-week classes in the months of December-March each year during the four-year Apprenticeship.
Earn While You Learn
Built by Pros is a pipeline to the skilled trades workforce. We provide registered apprenticeships for long-term careers with competitive salary, benefits, and no student debt. In our program, you will work with Union professionals and certified instructors and enjoy these rewards:
For more information or to apply for this apprenticeship program contact:
Iowa State Trowel Trades
Chris Busch (319) 721-6145