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Electrical training

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Registered training organisations

Lists of Registered Training Organisations who delivery electrical licence, renewal and skills maintenance courses.

Apprentices and trainees

Complete an apprenticeship or be a trainee in an approved program.

Training permits

An electrical work permit allows a person to undertake training and meet the eligibility requirements for an electrical work licence.

Skills maintenance courses

Online skills maintenance course, training with registered training organisation, maintaining current skills and knowledge is compulsory.

Test and tag course

An employer must ensure specified electrical equipment is regularly and properly inspected, tested and tagged as safe.

Last updated
13 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.


Electrical safety in ceiling spaces

The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.

Regardless of whether you own or rent, you should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits.


Safety switch campain - The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.