Your dry plastering licence will be issued by Consumer and Business Services. In addition, you will need:
Construction Induction Card
Perform High Risk Work licence
All plastering professionals wishing to obtain a dry plastering licence, must complete one of the following courses:
Certificate III in Solid Plastering
Certificate III in General Construction
Some licences limit dry plastering to certain aspects of their work. The dry plastering licence enables you to perform non-structural renovation work.
How to Apply
You can obtain the dry plastering licence application form from the CBS website. On completion, attach your supporting documents as indicated on the checklist, and lodge it in person at your nearest CBS-Service SA regional office or Adelaide customer service centre.
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