Assistant Mason Course | Masonry is the core trade of building and construction
Duration 45 Days. Daily 4 Hours
Batch Start Will inform you soon
Fees 5400/- Live Online
Duration : 45 Days. Daily 4 Hours
Batch Start : Will inform you soon
Fees : 5400/- Live Online

About Program

Masonry is the core trade of building and construction. It is a technical job where one needs to position the bricks, stones or concrete blocks as part of a construction.

The demand for professional masons has become the need of an hour due to the boom in the construction industry. Many of the people who work in masonry do not undergo formal school training. Neither do they attend vocational training at college.

They learn skills through informal training. These training courses are based on conventional technology and concepts. The standard of the teaching is therefore just as strong as the master's abilities and his willingness and capacity to transmit these skills.

In general, unskilled employees demonstrate lower productivity, lack of understanding of quality, high loss of materials and lack of sufficient work knowledge or skills.

Due to this there is a need for skill-based training of masons in order to resolve such issues.

Who is an Assistant Mason?

An assistant mason is one who works on a building site under a supervisor's close guidance and supervision. A mason should be physically fit and adaptable to work in challenging and tough building conditions. He should be able to meet the needs and requirements of the job. He should assist in conducting tasks such as material transfer, managing instruments and housekeeping. He should also support the construction of the site, the clearance of bricks and other semi-qualified tasks.

About Program

Masonry is the core trade of building and construction. It is a technical job where one needs to position the bricks, stones or concrete blocks as part of a construction.

The demand for professional masons has become the need of an hour due to the boom in the construction industry. Many of the people who work in masonry do not undergo formal school training. Neither do they attend vocational training at college.

They learn skills through informal training. These training courses are based on conventional technology and concepts. The standard of the teaching is therefore just as strong as the master's abilities and his willingness and capacity to transmit these skills.

In general, unskilled employees demonstrate lower productivity, lack of understanding of quality, high loss of materials and lack of sufficient work knowledge or skills.

Due to this there is a need for skill-based training of masons in order to resolve such issues.

An assistant mason is one who works on a building site under a supervisor's close guidance and supervision. A mason should be physically fit and adaptable to work in challenging and tough building conditions. He should be able to meet the needs and requirements of the job. He should assist in conducting tasks such as material transfer, managing instruments and housekeeping. He should also support the construction of the site, the clearance of bricks and other semi-qualified tasks.

What are the Job Prospects & Career Progression?

Helper Mason

Assistant Mason

Mason

Contractor

Site Engineer

Supervisor

Construction Manager

Project Manager

What are the Job Prospects & Career Progression?

Helper Mason

Assistant Mason

Mason

Contractor

Site Engineer

Supervisor

Construction Manager

Project Manager

What are the Common Designations in various Industries?

What are the Common Designations in various Industries?

Some of the Common Designations are :- Assistant Mason, Supervisor

Course Curriculum

Classroom Training 12 hrs
Practical Training 18 hrs
  • Scale
  • Measurement
  • Measurement Unit
  • Unit Conversion
  • Introduction Of Tools
  • Introduction Of Material
  • Drawing Reading
Classroom Training 12 hrs
Practical Training 18 hrs
  • Line Out Procedure
  • Railing (BrickWork Pillar) PCC
  • Nominal Mix Proportion
  • Level & Its Important Footing Slope
  • Concrete Level (Beam, Column)
  • Type Of Brick Work
Classroom Training 12 hrs
Practical Training 18 hrs
  • Brick Work Bond
  • Nominal Mortar Mix
  • Mix Proportion
  • Brick Work Line Out Procedure
  • BrickWork Joint & Filling Racking
  • Level Checking
  • Plumb Checking
  • Coping On Brick Work
Classroom Training 12 hrs
Practical Training 18 hrs
  • Window & Door Frame Fixing
  • Window Grill Fixing
  • Check List After Fixing
  • WC & Bath Single Coat
Classroom Training 12 hrs
Practical Training 18 hrs
  • Introduction Of Plaster
  • Material & Tools Required
  • Preparation Of External Plaster
  • Preparation Of Scaffolding
  • RCC & Brick Work Junction Preparation
Classroom Training 12 hrs
Practical Training 18 hrs
  • Preparation Of Internal Plaster
  • Conceal Fitting Motor Filling
  • Preparation To Avoid Cracks
  • Proportion & Its Use
  • Neeru Finish
Classroom Training 12 hrs
Practical Training 18 hrs
  • UCR Masonry Work
  • Types Of Masonry
  • Pointing Work
  • Pointing Work Type
  • Nominal Mix Use For UCR & Pointing

Course Curriculum

    Week 1 Measurements & Tools

    Classroom Training : 12 hrs   Practical Training : 18 hrs

    • Scale
    • Measurement
    • Measurement Unit
    • Unit Conversion
    • Introduction Of Tools
    • Introduction Of Material
    • Drawing Reading

    Week 2 Proportion & Brick Work

    Classroom Training : 12 hrs   Practical Training : 18 hrs

    • Line Out Procedure
    • Railing (BrickWork Pillar) PCC
    • Nominal Mix Proportion
    • Level & Its Important Footing Slope
    • Concrete Level (Beam, Column)
    • Type Of Brick Work

    Week 3 Brick Work & Level Checking

    Classroom Training : 12 hrs   Practical Training : 18 hrs

    • Brick Work Bond
    • Nominal Mortar Mix
    • Mix Proportion
    • Brick Work Line Out Procedure
    • BrickWork Joint & Filling Racking
    • Level Checking
    • Plumb Checking
    • Coping On Brick Work

    Week 4 Windows, Doors & Bathroom

    Classroom Training : 12 hrs   Practical Training : 18 hrs

    • Window & Door Frame Fixing
    • Window Grill Fixing
    • Check List After Fixing
    • WC & Bath Single Coat

    Week 5 Plaster, Scaffolding & RCC

    Classroom Training : 12 hrs   Practical Training : 18 hrs

    • Introduction Of Plaster
    • Material & Tools Required
    • Preparation Of External Plaster
    • Preparation Of Scaffolding
    • RCC & Brick Work Junction Preparation

    Week 6 Cracks, proportion & finishing

    Classroom Training : 12 hrs   Practical Training : 18 hrs

    • Preparation Of Internal Plaster
    • Conceal Fitting Motor Filling
    • Preparation To Avoid Cracks
    • Proportion & Its Use
    • Neeru Finish

    Week 7 Types of Masonry & pointing

    Classroom Training : 12 hrs   Practical Training : 18 hrs

    • UCR Masonry Work
    • Types Of Masonry
    • Pointing Work
    • Pointing Work Type
    • Nominal Mix Use For UCR & Pointing

Success Stories

Who Should Join This Course?

  • Candidates of Indian nationality who are either school/college dropouts or unemployed.
  • Those who want to start their own Construction contractor ship.
  • Those who want to start their business in the Construction Sector.
  • Those who need daily wages.

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ADDITIONAL BENEFITS

Live interactive online session with host support

Limited batch size of 30 participants

6 months live session recording and study material access

Handholding support after the course

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Course Opportunities

After the course, huge job opportunities are expected at the construction site.

These jobs are expanding significantly in the coming years due to building, modifications, extensions, restoration, installations, maintenance, and renovation of constructions and other structures. In building sites there are even more positions as a contractor, manager, assistant, etc.

  • Reparation, repair, and modification of houses, retention walls, and other stone or brick buildings.
  • Mix mortar; lay bricks and stones and/or sidewalks of concrete; render and fix the stairs.
  • The workforce works on professional steelmaking, fabrication, modification, and repair of brick, stone, tile, or ceramic structures and surfaces.

Course Opportunities

After the course, huge job opportunities are expected at the construction site.

These jobs are expanding significantly in the coming years due to building, modifications, extensions, restoration, installations, maintenance, and renovation of constructions and other structures. In building sites there are even more positions as a contractor, manager, assistant, etc.

  • Reparation, repair, and modification of houses, retention walls, and other stone or brick buildings.
  • Mix mortar; lay bricks and stones and/or sidewalks of concrete; render and fix the stairs.
  • The workforce works on professional steelmaking, fabrication, modification, and repair of brick, stone, tile, or ceramic structures and surfaces.

Who Should Join This Course?

Course language

  • English
  • Marathi
  • Hindi

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