Class C Builder Licence (Low Rise - Residential)
In the ACT the licence category you need is a Class C Builder Licence (Low Rise - Residential).
You will need a minimum 2 years’ full time relevant practical building work experience, carried out by the applicant, other than:
- specialist building work, and
- basic building work.
HIA offers nationally recognised training (NRT) that you can use towards the process of gaining your licence or registration, and keep you up-to-date with industry changes. You can also get (Continuous Professional Development) CPD points if your state or territory requires you to do on-going training to maintain your licence or registration.
Nationally Recognised Training (NRT) for technical qualifications
Nationally Recognised Training (NRT) is the type of training that makes up the technical qualifications component you will need to apply for an industry licence or registration – such as a builder’s licence. NRT can be a combination of short courses or a full qualification such as a Cert IV.
Professional Development (PD) workshops for CPD points
Professional Development (PD) courses are workshops that offer the latest information to help increase your skills and knowledge. By attending these workshops you can accumulate Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points, if your state or territory requires these as part of your ongoing licence or registration maintenance.
Whether it's a Cert IV to become a builder or just building your career, HIA have a course to suit you.
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