QBCC : Licensing in Queensland (QLD) is fairly straightforward. Here is a short and clear explainer from the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) official site for when you need and when you don't need a licence including how you can get qualified fast via RPL if you have some experience. Trust you will find it helpful
In certain circumstances, you don’t need a Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) licence. This includes carrying out building work as:
In Queensland, individuals and companies must hold a QBCC licence to carry out:
The scope of work for each QBCC licence class outlines the range of building work for that class. The building work you do must be covered by your licence. For some work, you may need more than one licence class.
If you are overseeing work that involves plumbing and drainage, gas fitting, pest control or fire protection, you need a QBCC licence regardless of the value of the work.
If you are an employee, you don’t need a licence unless you become responsible for:
We often get asked about certain roles and whether they need to be licenced. Not all jobs in building and construction need a licence. For example, an arborist Brisbane dont need a licence from QBCC. Neither do independent building inspectors performing building and pest inspections Perth.
By now, I’m sure you have a few questions you need to be answered. Call Qualify Me on 1800 765 295 and we’d be happy to help you get sorted.