SLCC General Catalog 2013-2014

Cement Mason Independent Technology (Appr.)

CTE Certificate Of Proficiency
20 credits minimum

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Program Description:  

This is a two year program requiring 4,000 hours of on-the-job training as well as 288 clock hours of related instruction.

The College provides classroom-related and supplemental instruction for apprenticeship programs.   Classes are held in the days, evenings, and Saturdays, depending on the program.  The College neither provides on-the-job training nor acts as a sponsor for apprentices. Individuals must locate their own sponsors. For individual industry-sponsored programs, students should contact their employers’ training director or the Apprenticeship Office.

The Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship is the federal registering agency for all Utah programs.  For National credentials, students and sponsors need to be registered with the Federal Office of Apprenticeship, 125 South State Street, Suite 2412, Salt Lake City, UT 84138. Sponsors are encouraged to be registered with the Office of Apprenticeship.

Career Opportunities:

Apprenticeship students are expected to be employed while participating in related training course work. Upon completion of this program and the completion of the 4,000 hours of on-the-job training, students should be considered Journeyman cement masons and will be able to continue employment in their field at this level. Or they may transfer to another craft with the possibility of advancing at an accelerate rate because of the base of knowledge and skills obtained throughout this program.

Program Entry Requirements:

Apprenticeship students must be employed by a sponsoring contractor as a cement mason prior to beginning their studies in this program.

Note: Apprenticeship programs are not eligible for financial aid.

Estimated Time to Completion

Apprenticeship programs are composed of two parts:

  1. on-the-job training is provided by a sponsor who exposes the apprentice to practical applications in all phases of a particular craft;
  2. classroom-related instruction is designed to provide the apprentice with knowledge of theoretical and technical aspects of their craft. Total completion of an apprenticeship program will take up to five years, depending upon the craft.

 

Required Courses: (20 Credits)

Course

 

Credits

Semesters

Prerequisite

CMI 1110

Cement Mason Indep 1A

5

Sp

CMI 1120

Cement Mason Indep 1B

5

Sp

CMI 1110 w/C grade or better

CMI 1210

Cement Mason Indep 2A

5

Sp

CMI 1120 w/C grade or better

CMI 1220

Cement Mason Indep 2B

5

Sp

CMI 1210 w/C grade or better

 

Sample Schedule

First Spring Semester

Second Spring Semester

CMI 1110

5

CMI 1210

5
CMI 1120 5 CMI 1220 5

Total

10

Total

10


Advising Notes

Apprenticeship programs may require a math prerequisite. Classes are to be taken in the sequence in which they are given. All major course requirements must be taken to complete the apprenticeship curriculum. A grade of C or better is required in all core courses for passing and receiving clock hours. Some programs may have stricter requirements. Students should check their individual programs for more information on prerequisites and entrance requirements. Attendance is mandated by federal law and a student cannot pass a course if out of compliance.  Failure to complete the necessary course work or to register in a timely manner for each class will add one full year to the apprentice’s program.

It is the students’ responsibility to understand the requirements for their chosen program of study and to examine each course description for details about the prerequisite classes. It is highly recommended that each student meet with the Apprenticeship program advisor prior to starting this program. The program advisor may be reached at 801-957-4550.

 

 Program Student Learning Outcomes

Related College-Wide Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Acquire substantive knowledge.
  2. Communicate Effectively.
  3. Develop quantitative literacies.
  4. Think critically and creatively.
  5. Develop knowledge and skills to be civically engaged.
  6. Develop the knowledge and skills to work with others in a professional and constructive manner.
  7. Develop computer and information literacy.
  • Students will achieve entry-level proficiency in all areas of carpentry as well as advanced training as work experience is added.   

1, 2, 3, 4, 5

  • Students will be prepared to continue in the workforce having the necessary workplace skills.

2, 3, 4, 5

Department Contact Info

Apprenticeship Division

Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Construction Trades Building (CT) 226

General Information
801-957-4073

Program Information
801-957-4066

Academic Advisor
Taylorsville Redwood Campus 
Construction Trades Building CT 282
801-957-4550

Program Faculty

Generally, Apprenticeship faculty members are chosen from journeymen who are working in the field with a minimum of six years’ experience. All instructors are hired as adjunct on a semester-by-semester basis.