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Over the last 25 years, Back to Basics Business Training PTY LTD has been delivering distance education courses to Australian Capital Territory Construction Workers, including both Certificate and Diploma level courses in Construction and Workplace Health and Safety.
Back to Basics is here for all of your ACT Construction Training needs
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How to become a Licensed Builder in the ACT
In accordance with the ACT Govt Planning Websites Build, Buy or Renovate section there are 4 types of builders licence. The main 3 are:
- Class A Builder (Unlimited) – For building work other than specialist building work; For building work of unlimited height on any Building Code of Australia (BCA) class of work.
- Class B Builder – (Medium Rise) – For building work (other than specialist building work) in relation to a building that is three storeys or lower; For basic building work.
- Class C Builder (Low Rise/Residential) – For building work (other than specialist building work) in relation to a building that is two storeys or lower and is a class 1, 2 or 10a building; For building work (other than specialist building work) in relation to a building that is a class 10b structure (other than a swimming pool or swimming pool fence) and is ancillary to a building that is two storeys or lower and is a class 1, 2 or 10a building; and For basic building work.
For the majority of residential works, either the Medium or Low Rise licences are required and as part of the application requirements for these, you will need to have completed a CPC40120 Certificate IV of Building and Construction (Building) for the Low Rise, or the CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) for the Medium Rise.
In all classes, you must have no less than 2 years full time relevent experience, 1 year must be after your qualification is completed.
For additional requirements, please contact us or visit this website.
Back to Basics is here to help you with the education requirement of your ACT Builders licence as our courses are not only nationally recognised, but they are also compliant with the requirements set out by these guidelines.