The Future of Americas Infrastructure lies in the hands of the skilled trade worker!
Improve your knowledge and strengthen your trade by singing up for one or more of the following continuing education courses.
The following courses are available to Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Local 1 Minnesota/North Dakota members only. Please contact the BAC Training Center if you have any questions.
ALL METRO 8 hour safety certification through Minnesota Safety Council that includes 1st Aid, CPR, and AED (use of automated external defibrillator) MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS
3/20/2019, 3/27/2019 – 4:30-8:30 p.m. 4/05/2019 – 7:00 a.m-3:00 p.m., Location: Metro
ALL SOUTHEAST 8 hour safety certification through Minnesota Safety Council that includes 1st Aid, CPR, and AED (use of automated external defibrillator) MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS
Register for the next available class here 4:00-8:00 p.m., Location: Mazeppa Training Center
Register for the next available class here, MONDAYS, 4:00-8:30 p.m., Location: Metro
Mentorship, “Working together for the success of the next generation and the sustainability of the Masonry Trade.”
Do you take pride in your trade? Do you see a need for our work force to grow? Statistically 40-5O % of all first-year apprentices drop out, a large part of this loss is due to the lack of intentional mentorship, many apprentices will move on within the first 12 months if mentorship in lacking. The 50-60% that succeed have had at least one tradesperson invest in them.
If the answer is “yes” to any of the above questions, please consider joining us as we are holding a four-hour mentorship class, preparing you to invest in the next generation of skilled workers.
Workshop will cover:
- Six steps of mentorship.
- Breakout sessions
- A. session regarding increasing trade growth.
1/8/2019-2/26/2019 TUESDAYS, 4:00-8:30 p.m., Location: Metro
Sign up for the next available class here, 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Location: Metro
16 hour course over two 8 hour days.
Topics covered include:
- Types of construction: Properly interpreting prints and specifications. Up to date information on building methods, materials, standards and codes.
- Specifications: Understanding how to read and interpret specifications documents.
- Site-work: Understanding key components to site plan and importance prior to starting project.
- Structural Steel Construction: Focusing on beam, column and wall bearing components.
- Reinforcing: Focusing on masonry and concrete rebar.
This course is primarily focusing on new Masonry Construction as it relates to block and concrete structures. Those attending should have a basic understanding of blueprints, this is designed as a next step to prepare members to run projects. Home work required, both 8 hour classes must be attended and exam score above 70% to receive certification. Class limited to 20 students please RSVP to get your spot.
BRICK IMI Supervisor Certification Program Foreman Training Level I. The primary mission of SCP is to develop highly skilled, confident and effective supervisors for the union masonry industry. Each level of certification requires successful completion of 16 hours of instruction.
Date and Time TBD, sign up here
Date and Time TBD, sign up here
Two 4 hour classes. Combining both classroom and shop student will learn how to design and graph patterns for both random and coursed ashlar bond. Student will also build the projects the design, learning proper terms and methods. MUST ATTEND BOTH CLASSES
Date and time TBD, sign up here