The Department of Justice handles concreting licensing and accreditation in Tasmania.
In order to become an accredited professional concreter in Tasmania, an applicant must be able to demonstrate adequate skills and qualifications applicable to the type of construction.
Applicants do not have to provide formal qualifications to be accredited, but work must always follow Australian quality and safety standards. The following evidence will be beneficial:
Trade association membership (such as Concrete Institute of Australia)
Evidence of work with accredited builders
Referrals from past customers
How to Apply
Submit the following documentation to your nearest Service Tasmania shop:
Completed copy of the Building Practitioner Application form (available on the Department of Justice, Tasmania website)
Statement of Experience
Copies of all qualifications
2 x detailed references
Application & licence fee
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