- Read the information on this licence page so you know what to do and which documents to provide
- Read the Personal Information Protection Statement
- Provide evidence of your identity (new application only)
- Have a photo taken for your licence card at any Service Tasmania shop (external link) (Tasmanian applicants only)
- Interstate and overseas applicants will need to provide a passport size photo certified by a Commissioner for Declarations or a Justice of the Peace (JP).
- Scan and save (computer or storage device like a USB) a digital copy of a certified passport sized photograph and Certified Evidence of Identification (ID) (restricted electrical only)
- Scan and save (computer or storage device like a USB) a digital copy of your Results / Statement of Attainment for the relevant disconnect / reconnect training (restricted electrical only)
- Scan and save (computer or storage device like a USB) a digital copy of a letter from your employer outlining the reasons why a licence is required (restricted electrical only)
- You will need to confirm that you have undertaken Continuing Professional Development (CPD) (renewal only)
- Have a credit card ready to pay for your licence fee online or at Service Tasmania shop.
- Read the Electrical work licence classes determination 2016 with your employer to determine the class of licence required e.g. refrigeration and air conditioning, motors, composite equipment or others
- Contact TasTafe, and complete the required restricted electrical training course/s
- Get a written letter from your employer outlining the work to be performed and the reasons why it should be performed by the applicant
- A statutory Declaration is needed if self employed explaining your demonstrated need for a licence
- Been refused a licence / registration / certificate to carry out any type of prescribed work?
- Had a licence / registration / certificate relating to prescribed work disqualified, cancelled, suspended?
- Had conditions placed on a licence / registration / certificate relating to prescribed work?
- Been dismissed by an employer for any type of unsafe or defective prescribed work?
- Had disciplinary action taken against you by an employer for any type unsafe prescribed work?
- Been convicted of an offence of dishonesty or of an offence relating to prescribed work? (If you have been issued with an Infringement Notice relating to prescribed work, you should tick yes).
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