The Department of Justice regulates electrical, gasfitting and plumbing licences in Tasmania.
In order to work as a plumber in Tasmania, you must enter into an apprenticeship or plumbing training under a qualified licensed plumber, using a provisional licence before you may obtain a plumbing licence. Upon achievement of a Certificate III in Plumbing or a satisfactory Statement of Results obtained from an RTO, you may apply for a plumber licence.
How to Apply
Follow the process outlined below to apply for your plumbing licence:
- Obtain the required documents and application forms from the Tasmanian Department of Justice offices, or visit their website to download and print the documents.
- Lodge your application at your nearest Service Tasmania Shop or the Department of Justice, paying your application fee (approximately $38.25) at the same time.
- Your application should be processed in approximately 2 weeks.
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