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Brick and Stone Masonry - Apprenticeship

Available at: Kingston


Level 1 Apprenticeship: Program Code 1072
Level 2 Apprenticeship: Program Code 1073
Level 3 Apprenticeship: Program Code 1074

The Brick And Stone Masonry program includes the in-school training of the Brick and Stone Masonry Apprenticeship Program as defined by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. The Brick and Stone Masonry Apprenticeship in-school training focuses primarily on the theoretical knowledge required to master the performance objectives of the Training Standards for this trade.

Apprentices are required to complete three levels of in-school training together with the required on-the-job or practical components of the trade (approximately 5 years). Upon successful completion of all the contract requirements, apprentices are eligible to write the Certificate of Qualifications Red Seal exam for Brick and Stone Masonry.

This program is funded in part by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.




Program Name

Brick and Stone Masonry - Apprenticeship

Program Code



Statement of Achievement (Basic,Intermediate) / College Certificate (Advanced)

Start Dates

See Additional Info

Program Duration

8-week blocks

Location (Campus)


Canadian Fees

The apprentice will be required to pay classroom and administrative fees.
Please contact the Skilled Trades Office 613-544-5400, ext. 1376 or toll free 1-866-826-3338.

International Fees

Additional Costs

Scholarships and Bursaries

Program Outline 2019-20

MASN 110 Tools & Equipment
MASN 111 Materials & Safety Equipment
MASN 112 Engineering, Building & Safety Code
MASN 113 Worksite Preparation
MASN 114 Acclimatize Worksite
MASN 115 Clean and Disassemble Worksite
MASN 116 Wall Systems Accessories
MASN 117 Mortar
MASN 118 Masonry Unit Preparation
MASN 119 Job Layout
MASN 120 Structural Masonry
MASN 121 Non-Structural Masonry

MASN 201 Engineering, Building & Safety Code
MASN 202 Grout
MASN 203 Job Layout
MASN 204 Masonry Preparation
MASN 205 Materials & Safety Equipment
MASN 206 Mortar
MASN 207 Non-structural Masonry
MASN 208 Structural Masonry
MASN 209 Temporary Masonry Supports
MASN 210 Tools and Equipment
MASN 211 Wall Systems Accessories
MASN 212 Waterproof Below Grade

MASN 301 Use & Material Tools & Equipment
MASN 302 Use Material Handling & Safety Equipment
MASN 303 Engineering, Building & Safety Code III
MASN 304 Temporary Masonry Supports II
MASN 305 Wall Systems Accessories III
MASN 306 Mortar III
MASN 307 Masonry Unit Preparation III
MASN 308 Job Layout II
MASN 309 Structural Masonry III
MASN 310 Non-structural Masonry
MASN 311 Fireplace and Chimney
MASN 312 Restoration Masonry

Articulation & Credit Transfer Opportunities

SLC graduates have many options to continue their studies with post-secondary institutions across Canada and around the world. Agreements between SLC and other institutions that are specific to this program are listed below. In addition, there are many credit transfer pathway agreements between colleges and universities within the province of Ontario. Please also visit to search for options relevant to your program area of study.

    Admission Requirements

    For all three levels of training the apprentice must be currently:

    • sponsored by an employer;
    • registered with the Ministry Advanced Education and Skills Development; 
    • registered with the Ontario College of Trades.


    Health Requirements

    Not applicable


    The Bachelor of Applied Arts in Behavioural Psychology (BPSYC) program at St. Lawrence College provided me an excellent academic foundation on which to start my career. The knowledgeable and friendly faculty, quality academic programming, and numerous supervised clinical placements have fostered my academic, clinical, and interpersonal growth in a field that I truly love. The academic work and placement opportunities assist students to find a meaningful, rewarding, and stimulating career within the greater scope of behavioural psychology. The faculty are tremendously gifted with the ability to identify students' strengths and interests. Upon graduating, I immediately obtained full-time employment with Counselling Services of Belleville and District (CSBD), providing Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) to children with moderate to severe autism spectrum disorder (ASD). My position entails working one-to-one with children in a specialized teaching environment. During instructional time, I utilize teaching principles derived from Skinner's Verbal Behaviour (1957) to teach skills to clients (e.g., language, self-care, play skills, etc.), reduce challenging behaviours, and promote social interaction. I also recently obtained part-time employment with Bayfield Treatment Centres as a behaviour therapist in a multi-disciplinary team. In my position at Bayfield, I design behavioural interventions for youth with challenging behaviours living in a residential treatment centre. Both of my positions have been tremendously rewarding, exciting, and challenging.  I have maintained my relationship with St. Lawrence College after graduation by tutoring BPSYC students. I have also co-founded a behaviour analysis reading group with current and former BPSYC staff and students. In the future, I plan to become involved with supervision of BPSYC placement students.
     I attribute all of my success and experience so far in my career to the BPSYC program. The program teaches current skills and knowledge that are critical in the field. The faculty in the program have a vast amount of knowledge and experience, which they used within course work and field placement to offer high-calibre education. I have been afforded many experiences and opportunities from the BPSYC program and I believe that there are many more career experiences to come.

    Nik Pankow

    Program Contact

    Dave Ottenhof

    Admissions Information

    Connect with a Student Recruitment Officer:

    International Students Contact:

    Additional Information

    Program Length: 8-week blocks x3.

    Current Grant Opportunities

    This program is considered a Red Seal trade (see ). Apprenticeship grants are designed to make a career in the trades an attractive choice and encourage more apprentices to complete their training. Eligible apprentices could receive up to $4,000, which can be used to pay for tuition, travel, tools, or other expenses.

    As per the Service Canada website, registered apprentices who have successfully finished their first or second year/level (or equivalent) in one of the Red Seal trades can apply for the Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG), which is a taxable cash grant of $1,000 per year/level up to a maximum of $2,000. And, registered apprentices who have completed their training and become a certified journeyperson in a designated Red Seal trade and who obtain either the Red Seal endorsement or a provincial or territorial Certificate of Qualification can apply for the Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG), which is a taxable cash grant of $2,000. For more information visit


    For start dates contact the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Apprenticeship & Client Services.

    Contact your local office of the Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities:

    135 North Front St
    Belleville, Ontario, K8P 3B5
    Tel: 613-968-5558 
    or 1-800-953-6885 
    Fax: 613-968-2364

    132 Second Street East, Suite 202,
    Cornwall, Ontario,
    K6H 1Y4
    Tel: 613-938-9702
    or 1-877-668-6604
    Fax: 613-938-6627

    299 Concession Street, Suite 201,
    Kingston, Ontario,
    K7K 2B9
    Tel: 613-548-1151
    or 1-866-973-4043
    Fax: 613-548-4120

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