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What are my CPD requirements?

As part of the licence renewal process, you need to meet your CPD requirements. This means that you will need to have completed the required CPD learning or activities relevant to your licence category.

To find out the CPD requirements for your licence renewal, look under your licence category.

Licence CategoryPoints averaged per yearPoints required for 3 year licence
Building Services Provider
Builder, Construction Manager, Fire Protection Services Builder, Demolisher, Permit Authority

12

36
Architect, Civil Designer, Building Designer and Designer Specialising in Building Services2060
Building Surveyor - Unrestricted and Limited, Engineer3090

Electrical Licence Holder

As an Electrical Licence Holder you need to achieve 36 CPD points over three years.

Licence CategoryPoints averaged per year
Practitioner/Contractor/Restricted/Provisional
Electrician, Lineworker, Cable jointer, Nominated Manager and Restricted Electrical Licence
 
12 

Gas-Fitting Licence Holder

As a Gas-Fitting Licence Holder you need to achieve 36 CPD points over three years.

Licence CategoryPoints averaged per year
Practitioner/Contractor/Provisional
Gas-fitting, Automotive Gas-fitting, Nominated Manager and Restricted Electrical Licence

12 

Plumbing Licence Holder

As a Plumbing licence holder you need to achieve 12 CPD points per year.  Additionally, licence holders who choose to renew for three years will need to achieve 36 CPD points.

Licence CategoryPoints averaged per year
Practitioner/Contractor/Provisional
Plumbing, Nominated Manager and Restricted Electrical Licence 
12

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Updated: 04 Jan 2021

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