Back to Basics Presents

Tasmanian
Construction Courses

Over the last 25 years, Back to Basics Business Training PTY LTD has been delivering distance education courses to Tasmanian 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 TAS Construction Training needs

Interested in more information?

How to become a Licensed Builder in Tasmania

Domestic, Low Rise, Medium Rise and Open

In accordance with the  Tasmanian Government Website for Consumer, Building and Occupational Services, Builder accreditation is divided into 4 categories:

  1. Builder
  2. Construction Manager
  3. Fire Protection Services Builder
  4. Demolisher

Within these there are 3 classes in each:

  1. Low Rise
  2. Medium Rise
  3. Open

When applying for your Low Rise Licence, you will need a CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building), as well as a Building Trade Qualification and 2 years experience, or have 4 years of relevant experience without a trade qualification. 

When applying for the Medium Rise, this changes to the CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) however the experience requirements are the same. 

You may also be required to provide detailed references from accredited practitioners or industry professionals, as well as proof of insurance and financial situation requirements, and potentially sit an interview if deemed necessary. 

For other classifications and additional requirements, please contact us or see this website

Back to Basics is here to help you with the education requirement of your TAS Builders licence as our courses are not only nationally recognised, but they are also compliant with the requirements set out by these guidelines.  

For More Information, Contact Us Today!

1300 855 713

Between  – 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Thursday & 8.30am to 4pm on Fridays.

Address Level 1, 108 Nelson St, Wallsend, NSW, 2287

All Available TAS
Building And Construction Courses