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Accreditation Standards Body for Queensland

Accreditation Standards Body for Queensland

Applicants applying for or renewing registration as a Building Certifier in SA must first obtain a ‘Certificate of Accreditation’ from an approved Building Industry Accreditation Authority before applying to SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure for registration.

The Certificate of Accreditation is confirmation that you have the competence, ethical standing and up-to-date knowledge needed to act as a building certifier.

The RICS Accreditation Standards Body for Queensland is a body approved by the Department of Housing and Public Works to assess the educational qualifications, experience, competence and continuing professional development of applicants wishing to gain or renew their Certificate of Accreditation in Queensland.

Details of the application process can be found in the following documents all located at the bottom of the page:

  • Applicant's guide
  • CPD policy
  • List of recognised qualifications
  • Appeals process
  • Application fees

Application templates

A selection of application templates have been put together to enable you to submit all the required information for a complete application.

Renewing an existing Certificate of Accreditation

Renewing your Certificate of Accreditation through RICS is simple, quick, cost effective and fair.

Those seeking to renew an existing certificate can do so by submitting the following:

  • Statutory declaration renewal — signed by you.
  • Proposer's statutory declaration — signed by a Level One licensed building surveyor.
  • Mark sheet for Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3 — complete the required details and attach a photograph (a digital photograph is satisfactory).
  • Current resume — view an example template.
  • CPD record for the last three years — you will need to include associated evidence.
  • Copy of your existing/previous certificate of accreditation.