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Key info

  • You must have an electrical practitioner licence to carry out electrical work. This includes if you are an employee of a business doing electrical work.
  • Electrical work includes the installation, repair, alteration or removal of an electrical infrastructure, electrical circuit or associated fittings, equipment or accessories.
  • You cannot renew a licence which expired more than 60 days ago. You must submit a new application.
    Get startedbutton_linkPlease visit Consumer, Building and Occupational Services to renew an electrical practitioner licenceConsumer, Building and Occupational Services logo

    About renewing an electrical practitioner licence

    If your licence expired more than 3 years ago, you will need to submit a new application, provide qualifications and contact TasTAFE to undertake gap training to assess suitability to work in the industry since last licensed.

    How to renew

    What you need to renew

    You must provide:

    If you need a new photo to finalise your renewal, you must visit a service centre with proof of identity documents.

    Can I renew?

    You must:

    Proving your identity

    You do not need to prove your identity.

    How much it costs

    Occupational licenceOne year licenceThree year licence


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    Fees and charges last updated 1 July, 2022.

    Payment options

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    More Information

    Please visit Consumer, Building and Occupational Services for more information on renewing an electrical practitioner licence.