Steps to Getting Your Builder’s Licence

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      The number of years of experience required will depend on the state in which you intend to work. Most states require at least 2-4 years of practical experience, which needs to be signed off by a qualified and licensed individual.

      To become a builder in Australia you’ll need to complete work experience, gain a formal qualification and attain the registration or licensing relevant to your state.

      The RPL assessment process is designed to fast track your qualification. It reduces the time it takes to gain a qualification by recognising your existing knowledge and skills, eliminating the need to complete coursework in areas you already show competence in. RPL allows you to become certified in a much shorter timeframe than completing a full course.

      Despite differing requirements, all states in Australia require you to have a formal qualification issued by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Check your state’s guidelines to determine which qualification you need to obtain your builder’s licence.

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