While Tasmania has no specific bricklaying licensing requirements, a building permit, owner-builder registration or builder accreditation is required for building work valued over $5,000 in materials and labour.
You still need a building permit for building work that costs less than $5,000, however unacredited tradespeople such as building practitioners may still provide such services.
Tasmania (TAS) offers the following builder classes:
- Builder (low rise, medium rise or open)
- Builder (construction manager)
- Builder (fire protection services)
You need to meet the following requirements if you want to become an accredited building practitioner or builder:
- Relevant experience
- Annual training (professional development)
- Compliance with specific qualifications based on the builder class or category
- Proper insurance
How to Apply
Lodge your application form together with supporting documents at your nearest Service Tasmania shop. Here's what you will need:
- Completed Building Practitioner Application Form for the relevant builder class along with -
- relevant qualifications and experience
- curriculum vitae
- 2 detailed references
- Net Tangible Asset Statement (applicable to the builder class)
- Pay your application fee
- Attend an interview
For more information for the current licensing requirements in Tasmania, click here.
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