Western Australia’s Building Services Board, a division of the Building Commission has no specific requirements as to a carpentry licence, however, only registered building practitioners / building contractors may do building work that:
Individuals, partnerships, as well as companies entering into contracts with consumers to provide construction or building-related services exceeding the value of $20,000 for restricted building work must register as contractors. Individuals must also be registered to qualify as nominated supervisors for contractors.
General qualifications required to be registered as a building practitioner, include:
You may choose from 5 different registration sets or pathways, based on your experience and qualifications.
To qualify as a building contractor, you must have the following qualifications:
In order to be registered as a building practitioner, you must:
In order to be registered as a building contractor, you must:
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