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Key info

  • You must have an auto gas-fitting practitioner licence to carry out automotive gas-fitting work or if you work for a business that installs, services and/or repairs automotive and stationary gas fuel systems.
  • The licence restricts you to performing gas-fitting on mobile and stationary engines. It does not cover other kinds of gas-fitting.
    Get startedbutton_linkPlease visit Consumer, Building and Occupational Services to renew an auto gas-fitting practitioner licenceConsumer, Building and Occupational Services logo

    About renewing an auto gas-fitting practitioner licence

    You cannot renew a licence that expired more than 60 days ago. You must submit a new application.

    If your licence expired more than 2 years ago, you will also need to provide your qualifications with your application. This is to assess your suitability to work in the industry since you were last licensed.

    How to renew

    What you need to renew

    You must provide:

    If you need a new photo to finalise your renewal, you must visit a service centre with proof of identity documents.

    Can I renew?

    You must:

    Proving your identity

    You do not need to prove your identity.

    How much it costs

    Occupational licenceOne year licenceThree year licence

    Practitioner

    No licence option

    $357

    Contractor

    $561

    No licence option

    Provisional

    $255

    No licence option

    Secondary fee

    $170

    $170

    Fees and charges last updated 1 July, 2022.

    Payment options

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    More Information

    Please visit Consumer, Building and Occupational Services for more information on renewing an auto gas-fitting practitioner licence.