Get your apprentice or trainee licensed
Once your apprentice or trainee has completed their apprenticeship or traineeship, they may need to be licensed, so they can continue legally working for you.
Apprentices, trainees and their supervisors will be fined if they are caught working without appropriate licences.
Plumbing and drainage licences
Once your apprentice plumber has qualified, they must apply for a provisional licence and work under supervision for at least 1 year before progressing to the next stage of licensing.
Building industry licences
Depending on their role and responsibilities, your qualified apprentice or trainee may need to get licensed to work in the building industry.