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Information on electrical mechanic, electrical linesperson, electrical fitter, electrical jointer, electrical work training permit and restricted electrical work licences.
Electrical work licence (permit holders), electrical work licence (for an apprentice), electrical work licence (other than apprentice), restricted work licence/permit (other than apprentice), applying for an additional electrical work training permit.
Eligibility requirements, how to apply, insurance requirements for an electrical contractor.
Check the licence status of electrical contractors and electrical workers.
Information on how to change details on your licence, and how to get replacement or additional cards.
Find out what you need to do electrical work in Queensland if you have licences and training from interstate, overseas or from the Australian Defence Forces.
Information on certificates of testing, compliance and safety (also known as 'certificate of test').
The grounds for disciplinary action, what steps may be taken by the Electrical Licensing Committee and important information for electrical contractors.
You are allowed to seek a review of the decision or appeal if you are refused an electrical licence or have conditions or restrictions are placed on your licence.
- Last updated
- 12 September 2019
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Electrical safety in ceiling spaces
Whether you are a homeowner or a tradie, there is one simple thing you can do to make it safer before you go up into the ceiling space – turn off all the main power switches at the switchboard.