If you wish to be registered/licensed to carry out prescribed electrical work you must hold an appropriate registration.
Electrical registration entitles you to carry out prescribed electrical work unsupervised that is applicable to the class of registration you hold.
If you are a trainee, you can get a trainee limited certificate to work under supervision until you qualify for full registration.
For your registration to be approved by the Board, you must first successfully complete three types of training. Completing the training also ensures a practising licence can be issued at the same time as registration is approved.
You need to train through an appropriate industry training organisation that has an agreement with the Board.
You need to:
For all registration classes, any person applying for registration must have completed a safety training course including safe working practices, testing, basic first and CPR prior to application.
Find an approved provider of safety training: Competence Programme Providers [PDF, 126 KB]