How to get a bricklaying trades licence

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      The State or Territory's Building Commission regulates bricklayer's licensing. While the process differs by state, most require certain qualifications, or completion of certain units within the following qualifications:

      Certificate III in Bricklaying and Blocklaying – CPC33020
      Relevant experience

      Please contact your state’s licensing body for up to date information as requirements do change. Skills Certified Australia is not an RTO or licensing body.

      Once you are qualified, possible roles include:

      Bricklayer
      Blocklayer

      You may be eligible for RPL if you have worked in the trade for a number of years and can provide evidence of your skills and experience.

      Find out if you’re eligible in 60 seconds with our free online skills test.

      You can get qualified in 4 simple steps:

      Take the free skills assessment
      Submit your portfolio of evidence
      One of our partner RTOs will assess your evidence
      Get your qualification!

      The evidence you will need to provide will depend on your work history and experience. However, some examples of the evidence that may be required include:

      photos
      videos
      diaries
      work samples
      letters from employers or clients

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