In some Sates and Territories you may be required to have a motor vehicle repairs licence and/or certificate if you carry on the business of motor vehicle repair work as prescribed under the Motor Vehicle Repairers Regulations in that State or Territory.
A repair business must ensure repair work is only carried out by a person who holds a certificate for the specific class of repair work, or where a person does not possess a certificate, their work is supervised by a person who holds a certificate for that class of repair work.
Any work required to install, repair or remove a windscreen or other glass in the body of a motor vehicle.
In Western Australia Motor vehicle repairers and repair businesses operating in Western Australia are regulated under the Motor Vehicle Repairers Act 2003 (the Act). The Act requires all motor vehicle repair businesses to be licensed, and the individual repairers working without supervision in those businesses to be certified.Motor Vehicle Repairer's Licensing FAQ
Motor Vehicle Repair Certificate
You must have a motor vehicle repair certificate if you carry on the business of motor vehicle repair work as prescribed under the Motor Vehicle Repairers Regulations in Western Australia.
A motor vehicle repairer's certificate is a "licence" for individuals who:
In addition, as a certified repairer you can only supervise repair work for the particular class of repairs for which you are qualified. You may apply for certification for more than one class of repair work if you hold the appropriate qualifications and these will be endorsed on your certificate.
New South Wales
Specialised repair work from 1 November 2021
From 1 November 2021, a tradesperson’s certificate can be granted in the glazing and electrical accessory fitting repair work classes.
These specialised repair classes require at least a Certificate II qualification.
You don’t need to apply for one of these repair classes if you already hold a tradesperson’s certificate in a relevant repair class that authorises you to do the work.
If you don’t hold a relevant tradesperson’s certificate but wish to undertake glazing work or electrical accessory fitting work, you'll need to complete the required qualification and obtain a tradesperson’s certificate by 1 November 2021.