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Goods Shed North

733 Bourke Street, Docklands


Victoria, Australia 3008
PO Box 536, Melbourne
Victoria, Australia 3001
Telephone 1300 815 127
Facsimile 03 9618 9046
Email bpb@vba.vic.gov.au
DX 210 299 Melbourne
www.vba.vic.gov.au

Dear Building Practitioner Applicant,


National Police Check Requirement
All applications for registration as a building practitioner must include a completed authorisation for a
National Police Check as part of the Building Practitioners Board probity checking requirement.
The National Police Checking Service Consent Form is available on the Victorian Building Authority
(VBA) website and must be accompanied by 100 points of certified identification. Scanned or copied
signatures will not be accepted.
Incomplete or incorrect registration applications will not be processed and will be returned to the
applicant by standard post.
The National Police Check should be forwarded to the Building Practitioners Board at the same time as
the registration application form.
For further information please visit our National Police Check Frequently Asked Questions page or
contact the VBA on 1300 815 127.

Gaurav Shaha
Registrar/ Manager
Building Practitioner Board

Registration

Application

July 2015

Introduction
The Building Act 1993 (the Act) requires people working in the registration categories
covered by the Act to be registered by the Building Practitioners Board. These people are
called Registered Building Practitioners (RBP).
The RBP status is only achieved by having a good balance of relevant
qualifications, industry experience and building knowledge. All
applicants must be of good character and carry appropriate insurance.
The RBP status gives consumers the highest confidence that building
work will be completed to industry standards.
Prior to completing this application, you must read the information sheet
relevant to your registration category. The information sheet details the
qualifications, knowledge and experience you require to successfully
register as an RBP.
The Board may require you to support your application with details of
your qualifications, training, professional memberships, business
operations and some samples of your work.
Only an individual person may apply to the Board to be registered as a
building practitioner. Applications by corporations or partnerships cannot
be accepted.
Registered building practitioners in other Australian states must
complete a Mutual Recognition Application Form which can be
downloaded from www.vba.vic.gov.au
Application Process
There are four steps in the process that must be completed:
1. Read all the information included in the application package
2. Complete the application forms and gather the additional
information required for registration
3. Lodge the application with the Building Practitioners Board.
4. Pay the fee.
Once your application is received, the Board will complete the
following steps:
1. Application is checked for completeness and further information
may be requested
2. You will be advised if you need to attend an examination as part
of your assessment
3. Once the examination is complete, a recommendation is made at
a meeting for the Board
4. You will be notified promptly after a decision is made by the
Board. The recommendation will be one of the following:
Register the applicant
Refuse to register the applicant
Ask the applicant to give it any information that is
reasonably required to determine the application.
If the Board accepts the recommendation that you should be
registered, you will receive a Registered Building Practitioners
certificate, a photo identification card and a new registration pack.

Important Information
It is an offence to make any false or misleading statement or provide any
false or misleading information to the Board in relation to your application
(Section 246 of the Building Act 1993).
This symbol appears where you are required to attach
supporting documents.
Post applications to:
Building Practitioners Board
PO Box 536 Melbourne VIC 3001
Remember to tick off the checklist before lodging your application form to
ensure all sections are complete.
Appealing the Building Practitioners Boards decision
If you are not satisfied with the Boards decision, you can apply for a review
of the decision at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).
Refer to www.vcat.vic.gov.au for more information.
Collection of personal information
Personal information provided by you in connection with this application is
collected by the Board under Section 169 of the Building Act 1993 for the
purposes of:
Determining your eligibility for registration as a building
practitioner
Notifying the public of your registration status
Monitoring your continued ability to practice as a Registered
Building Practitioner in Victoria
As may be otherwise necessary for the Board to fulfill its duties
and obligations under the Building Act 1993.
If you fail to provide the personal information requested, your application
may be refused.
The Boards Privacy Policy
The Board respects your privacy. Your personal information will be
collected and used in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act
2014 (Vic).
If your application is successful, a limited amount of your personal
information will be made available to the general public. This
information includes your name, professional contact details and
registration details, all of which can be accessed at
www.vba.vic.gov.au

Introduction
The Board may, where appropriate, disclose your personal information
to the Victorian Building Authority, a law enforcement agency, a court or
tribunal.

You may gain access to personal information collected from you by the
Board, provided that the Board may require requests for such
information to be submitted in accordance with procedures set out in,
and in a form required or permitted by, the Privacy and Data Protection
Act 2014 (Vic) or other relevant legislation.

Access to relevant legislation


All the relevant legislation the Building Act 1993, Building Regulations
2006, Domestic Building Contracts Act 1995, Occupational Health and
Safety Act 2004 and Domestic Building Contracts Regulations 2007
are available on the Victorian Legislation and at www.vba.vic.gov.au
Parliamentary Documents website at www.dms.dpc.vic.gov.au.
Relevant legislation can also be accessed through the Victorian Building
Authoritys website at www.vba.vic.gov.au.
The Australian Standards can be obtained from Standards Australia at
www.standards.org.au or by phoning 1800 035 822. The current
National Construction Code Series can be obtained from
www.abcb.gov.au
How do I certify a copy of a document?
Take your original document/s, along with the photocopies to a person
who is authorised to sign certified copies. See list below and opposite.
Ask them to write the following statement on a blank area of the
photocopy. I certify that this document is a true copy of the original
having been sighted by me this day .../.../... Ask the authorised person
to sign the copy, then legibly write or stamp his or her name, title and
address.
Note: Where a certified copy is requested do not send original
documents as the original documents will not be returned.
Persons who can witness statutory declarations
The following people are authorised to sign and certify copies in Victoria:
A justice of the peace or a bail justice
A public notary
An Australian lawyer (within the meaning of the Legal
Profession Act 2004)
The prothonotary or a deputy prothonotary of the Supreme
Court, the registrar or deputy registrar of the County Court,
the principal registrar of the Magistrates Court or a registrar
or deputy registrar of the Magistrates Court

A clerk to an Australian lawyer


The registrar of probates or an assistant registrar of
probates
The associate to a judge of the Supreme Court or of the
County Court
The associate of an associate judge of the Supreme Court or
of an associate judge of the County Court
A person registered as a patent attorney under Chapter 20 of
the Patents Act 1990 of the Commonwealth
A member of the police force
The sheriff or a deputy sheriff
A member or former member of either House of the Parliament
of Victoria
A member or former member of either House of the Parliament
of the Commonwealth
A councillor of a municipality
A senior officer of a Council as defined in the Local
Government Act 1989
A person registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation
National Law to practise in the medical profession (other than
as a student)
A person registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation
National Law (i) to practise in the dental profession as a
dentist (other than as a student); and (ii) in the dentists division
of that profession
A veterinary practitioner
A person registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation
National Law to practise in the pharmacy profession (other
than as a student)
A principal in the teaching service
The manager of an authorised deposit-taking institution
A member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in
Australia or the Australian Society of Accountants or the
Institute of Public Accountants
The secretary of a building society
A minister of religion authorised to celebrate marriages
A person employed under Part 3 of the Public Administration
Act 2004 with a classification that is prescribed as a
classification to which this section applies or who holds office
in a statutory authority with such a classification
A fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives (Victoria).

Part A

Registration Classes and Codes

Only one application form is required if you are applying for one registration class with multiple codes. If applying for more than
one registration class eg. Domestic Builder and Commercial Builder, you must complete two application forms inclusive of Parts
A J for both classes. List the registration class you are applying for in the box below.
E.G.

Registration Class

Code

FOR EXAMPLE: Domestic Builder Unlimited

DB-U

1
2
3
4
For a detailed description of the type of work, which can be carried out under each class, refer to the Building Registrations
information on the Victorian Building Authority website at www.vba.vic.gov.au

Registration Class

Code

Building Inspector
Unlimited
Limited

Building Surveyor
Unlimited
Limited

Commercial Builder

Unlimited
Limited to
Blinds and awnings
Fit-out structural
Greenhouse
Re-blocking
Steel erection
Low rise
Medium rise
Sign erection
Underpinning
Fit-out non-structural
Structural landscaping
Shade structures
Damp-proofing/Waterproofing

Demolisher
Unlimited
Medium rise
Low rise

Domestic Builder

Unlimited
Manager
Limited to
General concreting
Carpenter
Site works involved in relocating a dwelling

Registration Class

IN-U
IN-L
BS-U
BS-L
CB-U
CB-L-A
CB-L-D
CB-L-I
CB-L-J
CB-L-K
CB-L-L
CB-L-M
CB-L-N
CB-L-O
CB-L-T
CB-L-U
CB-L-V
CB-L-W
BD-U
BD-M
BD-L
DB-U
DB-M
DB-L-B
DB-L-C
DB-L-D

Domestic Builder (cont)

Garage and carport


Door and window replacement/installation
Gates and fences
Brickwork
External cladding to a dwelling/house
Sub-floor works
Improvements to roof
Bathroom, kitchen or laundry renovations
Earthworks/Excavations
Cabinet-making and joinery
Floor slabs, footings
Retaining walls
Sundry works and site works
Swimming pools
Multistorey residential buildings
Structural landscaping
Shade structures
Waterproofing

Code

DB-L-E
DB-L-F
DB-L-G
DB-L-H
DB-L-I
DB-L-J
DB-L-K
DB-L-L
DB-L-M
DB-L-N
DB-L-O
DB-L-P
DB-L-Q
DB-L-S
DB-L-T
DB-L-U
DB-L-V
DB-L-W

Draftsperson

Building Design (Architectural)


Building Design (Interior)
Building Design (Services)

Engineer

Civil
Electrical
Fire Safety
Mechanical

DP-AD
DP-ID
DP-SD
EC
EE
EF
EM

Erector or Supervisor of temporary structures


Class 1
Class 2

V1
V2

Quantity Surveyor

QS

Quantity Surveyor

Part B
Personal Details
Fill in the personal details below. All questions must be completed.
Note: Only an individual person may apply to the Building Practitioners Board to be registered as a building practitioner.
Applications by corporations or partnerships cannot be accepted.
Surname

Title (Mr, Mrs, Ms, etc)

Given names

Date of birth

Home phone

Work phone

Mobile

Email

Postal address
Suburb

State

Postcode

State

Postcode

Residential address (write as above if same as postal address)


Suburb

The section below is optional


I operate as a:

Director

Sole Trader

Partner

Name of registered corporation (if applicable)

Employee

Other: ______________________

ABN

Address of registered corporation (if applicable)


Suburb

State

Contact phone number of registered corporation (if applicable)

Email

Postcode

Part C
Industry associations or professional bodies
(Victoria and other states or territories of Australia)

List any memberships you have with industry associations or professional institutes in Victoria or other states/territories of
Australia. (This section is optional. This information may be used for internal research purposes, to communicate industry news or
to notify these associations/institutes of your registration status or inquiry decisions.)

Attach a certified copy of each membership certificate.


Only include memberships that are relevant to the category in which you are seeking registration

Name of organisation

Membership number.

I hereby agree to the Building Practitioners Board to collect the information provided in Part C.

Signature: ___________________________________________

Date: _____________________________________________

Part D
Qualifications
List any relevant qualification you have completed that you intend to rely on to meet the registration requirements (other than
experience). Include any degree, diploma, certificate, accreditation, authority, training or examination (whether obtained inside or
outside Victoria).

Attach a certified copy of each qualification you list below.


If you do not have a copy of your qualification, attach a certified copy of your Statement of Results.

Name of qualification

Name of learning institution

Date graduated

Part E
Work history / Practical experience
In considering your application the Board needs to be satisfied that your practical experience is relevant to the category of
registration applied for. Your application will be put to the Board for a decision more quickly if the Board does not need further
details of your work history/practical experience.
List your work history/practical experience in the building industry. Include the following points and refer to the sample below for
further guidance:

Details of each employer, business name, period of employment, your position/title, and employers
contact details for verification

Details of the project type, its location and value


Include project descriptions, your detailed involvement, responsibilities for each project and your title
Include the length of time that you were involved in each project.
(This is optional for engineers who submit a current certificate of registration on the National Professional Engineers
Register that matches the class applied for)
EG: Domestic Builder sample work history/practical experience

Part E

(continued)

Work history / Practical experience (continued)

EG: Draftsperson sample work history/practical experience


Current employer
Employer:
Contact:
Phone:
Employment Period:
Projects Undertaken:
Project:
Project Duration:
Project Description:
Project Role:

BB Architects Pty Ltd


July 2007 - present Melbourne
Australia
Mr. GG
1666 9999
July 2007 to present Employment Status:
Full-Time
Various New Residences, Various Residential Refurbishments,
Retail fitout for BB Buildings Melbourne, New Factory Workshop
for Wefixit Brunswick
Lucky Residence Mt Pleasant Melbourne Australia Project
Contract Value: $500,000
12 months
New two-storey residence for the Lucky family comprising of
400m2 floor area, a solid brick contemporary home of 4
bedrooms.
Assistant building designer.

Tasks:

Client & authority liaison, preparation and lodging of Town


Planning application, attendance at VCAT appeal, preparing cost
estimates for client, preparation of working drawings and
specification, engagement and
co-ordination of sub-consultants such as Structural Engineer, tendering to Builders, contract
administration.

Previous employer
Employer:

Contact:
Phone:
Employment Period:
Projects Undertaken:
Project:
Project Duration:
Project Description:
Tasks:

GD Drafting & Design Pty Ltd


July 2006 June 2007
Melbourne Australia
Mr. BB
1666 9999
July 2006 June 2007 Employment Status:
Full-Time
Various New Residences, Various Residential Refurbishments,
Retail fitout for JJ June Builders Melbourne, New Factory
Workshop for Sandi Construction West Meadows
Retail fitout AA Apparel Parkville Project Contract Value:
$100,000
4 months
New Interior for clothing chain at Parkville Central Shopping
Centre Project Role:
Assistant draftsperson.
Client & centre management liaison, site measure, preparation
of sketch plans, preparation of concept renderings, preparation
of working drawings and specification, engagement and coordination of sub-consultants such as Services Engineer, liaison
with Shopfitters.

Part F
References

List the names and other details of two character referees. A character reference may be supplied by any persons
excluding a family member.

Attach the two character references to this application


Ensure references are dated within the last 6 months

Character reference 1
Name:
Contact Number:
State the relationship type:
Character reference 2
Name:
Contact Number:
State the relationship type:
EG: Sample character reference
Building Practitioners Board PO Box 536
Melbourne VIC 3001

Date
Dear Sir/Madam,
Re: Ms Jane Doe Building Practitioner Registration Architectural Draftsperson
I have known Jane Doe for a period of six years, from February 2001, initially in the capacity as a work colleague whilst Jane was an
employee of BB Pty Ltd Architects.
Since that time Jane and I have become close friends, during the period of our working relationship and subsequent friendship I have seen
Jane display nothing but the highest levels of honesty, loyalty, and ethical integrity, within all her dealings of both a professional and
personal nature
Jane is a confident skilled professional of the highest calibre and it is without hesitation and with the greatest pleasure that I supply this
character reference to assist with Janes application for registration as a Building Practitioner.
I invite any further enquiry on 1666 9999. Yours sincerely
Signature of Character Referee
Mr. Jack Straw
2 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

Part G

Photographic identification
You must provide:

Two passport size photos and attach to the images below.

A certified copy of your drivers licence or passport.

You need to provide a certified copy of your drivers licence or passport to confirm your identity.

Photo requirements:
The photos you supply must meet the following requirements:

Must be no more than six months old

Must be a passport photo (Nothing else will be accepted)

Must be 4.5 to 5 centimetres in height and 3.5 to 4 centimetres in width

Images must be on photo paper

Only a clear, white background is acceptable

You must be looking directly at the camera.

Must be in sharp focus and clear


Passport photo services are generally offered at chemists, post offices and photography labs.
Attachment instructions:

Staple border only do not staple over your image

Do not place any tape on the front of the photos

Position centre of photo on the area marked


Name
Date of birth
*For office use only:
Category
Registration No.
Photo ID No.

Part H
General declaration

Effective 1 September 2009, the Building Regulations 2006 prescribe information to be


provided as to the character of applicants for registration.
You must answer all questions, sign and date below.

If you answer Yes to any of these questions, please attach relevant documentation.

Please answer yes or no:


1.

Have you, within the last 10 years as an adult or the last five years as a child, been convicted or
found guilty of an indictable offence or an offence that, if committed in Victoria, would be an
indictable offence involving fraud, dishonesty, drug trafficking or violence?

Yes

No

2.

Have you ever been insolvent under administration?

Yes

No

3.

Have you held any licence, permit, registration or other authority enabling you to work as a building
practitioner in Victoria or in an equivalent occupation in the building and construction industry in
another State or Territory that has ever been cancelled or suspended?

Yes

No

4.

Have you ever been disqualified from holding, or refused a licence, permit, registration or other
authority enabling you to work as a building practitioner in Victoria or in an equivalent occupation in
the building and construction industry in another State or Territory?

Yes

No

5.

Have you been fined, reprimanded or cautioned for any breach of an Act, regulations, rules,
professional conduct or code of ethics, in relation to working as a building practitioner in Victoria or in
an equivalent occupation in the building and construction industry in another State or Territory?

Yes

No

6.

Has any insurer ever declined, cancelled, or imposed special conditions in relation to the provision of
professional indemnity insurance, public liability insurance, or any other indemnity insurance in
respect of you working as a building practitioner in Victoria or in an equivalent occupation in the
building and construction industry in another State or Territory?

Yes

No

Only an individual person may apply to the Building Practitioners Board to be registered as a building practitioner.
Applications by corporations or partnerships cannot be accepted.
I understand that the Board may request information that may be required to determine the application and may refuse the
application if the request is not complied with within a reasonable time (Section 169 (3) of the Building Act 1993).
I acknowledge that it is an offence to make any false or misleading statement or provide any false or misleading information
to the Building Practitioners Board in relation to this application (Section 246 of the Building Act 1993).
Signature _______________________________

Name ___________________________________ Date ___________________

Part I
Insurance

Provide proof of insurance or eligibility for insurance, as applicable.


Registered Building Practitioners are required to carry the appropriate insurance for their registration category. Evidence
of insurance is required by the Building Practitioners Board when registering or when renewing your registration.
Insurance must be in compliance with the relevant Ministerial Order. A copy of the Ministerial Orders can be found on the
Victorian Building Authority website www.vba.vic.gov.au
The Building Practitioners Board cannot issue registration without written evidence that you have obtained the required
insurance. Insurance provides consumers and other practitioners with a level of confidence. You may submit your
application without the required evidence of insurance to commence an assessment, but the Building Practitioners Board
will not decide your application until they have received a copy of the required insurance.

Attach proof that you are covered by the required insurance or, in the case of applicants to be solely
engaged in domestic building work, attach proof of your eligibility to be covered by the required
insurance.

Letter of Eligibility for Domestic Building Insurance (also known as Home Warranty Insurance)
If applying for registration as a Domestic Builder Limited where the contract price of the domestic
building work does not exceed $16,000 or limited to multi-storey residential construction, insurance is
not required.
Professional Indemnity Insurance
Required for Engineers, Draftspersons, Building Surveyors, Building Inspectors and Quantity Surveyors.
Public Liability Insurance
Required for Demolishers, Supervisors or Erectors of Temporary Structures.

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Part K
Checklist

Ensure all sections of your application form are complete.


Part A: Registration Classes and Codes
Part B: Personal Details
Part C: Industry associations or professional bodies
Part D: Qualifications
*Ensure you enclose certified copies of qualifications
Part E: Work History/Practical experience
Part F: References
Part G: Photographic identification
*Ensure you enclose certified copies of photographic identification
Part H: General Declaration
Part I: Insurance
Part J: Fees

July 2015