Wet plastering

For licensing purposes, wet plastering means the application of a mixture of lime, cement or gypsum plaster and/or sand and water (or other materials to achieve a similar result) for the covering of internal or external walls and ceilings. Wet plaster is applied whilst wet/plastic, generally by trowel, and dries and hardens after application.

Wet plastering can also be commonly referred to as solid plastering. It can be applied in various situations including, but not limited to brick, stone and concrete surfaces or to existing sheet/board linings.

Qualifications

Complete:

  1. CPC31011/ CPC31008/ BCG31003 Certificate III in Solid Plastering; or
  2. BCG30398 Certificate III in General Construction (Solid Plastering) TAFE course #8065; or
  3. Qualification 11762 Certificate III in Plastering Solid Trade TAFE course #2154; or
  4. Certificate III in Solid Plastering, Trade TAFE course #0114.

Go to the building licensing courses page to find a Registered Training Organisation that provides the qualification listed above.

Previous licence and supervisor certificate holders

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.

If you have held a licence or supervisor certificate in the last five 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 some conditions or restrictions.

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