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Stonemasonry 

For licensing purposes, the term stonemasonry means construction using natural or artificial stone laid unit by unit and set in mortar.

Works encompassed by the term stonemasonry includes the following:

  • internal or external stone walls,
  • stone veneer facing or cladding (this is work that may also be done within the category of carpentry),
  • construction of stonemasonry staircases,
  • pointing of stonemasonry work,
  • minor non-structural concreting ancillary to stonemasonry work,
  • flashing associated with stonemasonry work,
  • stone flagging,
  • stonemasonry retaining walls not requiring approval under the Local Government Act 1993 (for licensing purposes, retaining walls requiring such approval are considered to be covered by the class of Structural Landscaping).

Note: the licensing classes of bricklaying and stonemasonry do not include concreting works that are not minor and ancillary to the performance of bricklaying and stonemasonry work or concreting that is structural in nature or provides structural support (eg. concrete slabs, concrete footings, etc) except in such cases where footings are placed for the construction of free standing fences or walls that are not subject to loads other than the weight of the components of the fence or wall (eg. does not include concrete footings for dwelling walls, retaining walls, etc).

Qualifications

Completion of:

  1. CPC32313/ CPC32311/ CPC32308/ BCF30600 Certificate III in Stonemasonry (Monumental/Installation); or
  2. Completion of Qualification 15765 Certificate III in Stonemasonry TAFE course #8032; or
  3. Qualification Certificate III in Stonemasonry TAFE course #2109; or
  4. Certificate III in Stonemasonry, Trade TAFE course #5138.

To find a Registered Training Organisation that provides the qualification listed above, refer to the information on building licensing courses.

Previous licence and supervisor certificate holders

Reissue of expired unconditioned licences and supervisor certificates

If you have ever held a licence or supervisor certificate in the current prescribed categories (Home Building Regulation 2014, clauses 13 and 14, excluding clause 13(a)(ii)) that was not subject to restrictions or conditions and you apply for a new licence or supervisor certificate, your previous licence or certificate will be accepted in lieu of the current qualification requirements.

Reissue of expired licences and supervisor certificates held in the last five (5) years that were subject to conditions or restrictions

If you have held a licence or supervisor certificate in the last five (5) years that was subject to restrictions or conditions in the prescribed categories (Home Building Regulation 2014, clauses 13 and 14, excluding clause 13(a)(ii)), we will assess your application and reissue you a licence or certificate that reflects the scope of work that your licence or certificate covered. This may include being subject to conditions or restrictions.

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