Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute is dedicated to the education of all professionals in masonry. Check our calendar for upcoming seminars and talks.
In addition, RMMI works with Construction Industry Training Council to support the Masonry Apprenticeship Program.
What’s the Masonry Apprenticeship Program all about?
This is an in-depth, competency-based training program, consisting of 450 hours of class & hands-on workshops and 6,000 hours of documented on-the-job training over a three-year period.
This program is managed for RMMI by the construction education professionals at the Construction Industry Training Council (CITC), under the auspices of the RMMI Masonry Trade Council.
Apprentices spend roughly half of their time in the classroom, the other half in the masonry lab.
Apprentices who successfully complete the entire program will become recognized journeymen in Colorado and most other U.S. states.
The curriculum has been developed by the Mason Contractors Association of America, and is in use in over three dozen masonry training programs throughout the country. Classes are offered in English.
The program is approved by the Colorado Department of Labor and the Office of Apprenticeship Training. After completing a brief interview with the Office of Apprenticeship Training, your apprentices will be eligible to work on government projects.
As the sponsoring educational institution for our program Emily Griffith Technical College will grant college credit to our apprentices who successfully pass their classes each semester.
Please contact Cori at the Construction Industry Training Council (CITC), 303-893-1500 for more information and help with apprentice registration. Click here for more information on registration information for the 2016 Fall Class.