Where a Career as a Trade Qualified Painter Can Take You

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      A trade licence is an official certification issued to tradespeople by the appropriate state or territory licensing authority. It allows a qualified tradesperson to operate within their field of expertise and advertise, contract, or subcontract painting jobs.

      To be eligible for a trade licence as a painter, you must undertake and successfully complete a Certificate III in Painting & Decorating (CPC30620) or equivalent training course. This will give you the skills and knowledge needed to carry out painting tasks competently and within industry standards.

      Yes, painters can take advantage of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) which is designed to assess existing skills and knowledge gained through life experiences. It can help you to fast track your qualifications if you have the necessary industry experience. You can find out more about RPL and how it works on the Skills Certified Australia website.

      Being trade qualified as a painter gives you recognition for the quality of your work, opens more job opportunities, and allows you to start up your own business. If you are looking to further your career or become self-employed in the painting industry, then getting licensed is essential.

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