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  • PLASTERERS

    What is a Plasterer?

    Plasterers apply plaster, cement or acrylic finish products to the interior and exterior walls and ceilings of hospitals, office buildings, schools, warehouses, residences, shopping centers and large commercial and industrial projects.

    The craft requires an extensive amount of outdoor work; therefore weather conditions are a factor.

    This is a very active strenuous trade with much standing, stooping, bending, climbing and carrying. The ability to work at heights is a must.

    What are the program specifics?

    ·                 Length of program – 4 years

    ·                 6 month probationary period

    ·                 A minimum of 144 hours of classroom

                      related instruction each year

    ·                 Starting pay – 60% journeyman wage

    How do I qualify?

    ·                 At least 18 years of age

    ·                 Possess a high school diploma or GED

    ·                 Have a valid driver’s license

    What will be helpful to succeed?

    ·                 Good reading ability

    ·                 General science

    ·                 General math

    ·                 Drafting

    Where do I apply?

    Christie Farrow, Coordinator                       Jason Goforth
    Cement Masons JATC                                 Business Agent
    3 Kovach Dr.                                             7821 Dream St.
    Cincinnati, Ohio 45215                               Florence, KY 41042
    (513) 221-8020                                         859-282-0795
    cfarrow@capcincinnati.org                          jason.goforth@opcmia132.com

         




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