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34 Eligibility requirements for electrical mechanic licence

(1) To be issued an electrical mechanic licence, an applicant must comply with subsection (2), (3) or (4).

(2) The applicant must have—

(a) s= atisfactorily finished an apprenticeship under the Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act

2000 to achieve competenc= e in the trade work of an electrical mechanic; and

(b) s= atisfactorily finished a course of instruction decided by the chief executive; and

(c) p= roduced to the chief executive a written statement that—

(i) states that the applicant is competent in the trade wo= rk of an electrical mechanic; and

(ii) = is verified by the registered training organisation that issues a qualificatio= n or statement of attainment for training delivered to the applicant under the apprenticeship; and

(d) p= roduced to the chief executive a written statement that—

(i) states that the applicant has satisfactorily finished<= o:p>

the training to be delivered under the training plan or training plans for the apprenticeship; and

(ii) = is verified by the person who as an employer is a party to the training plan u= nder which the applicant finished the apprenticeship; and

(e) s= atisfied the chief executive the applicant is competent in the trade work of an elec= trical mechanic.

(3) The applicant must have—

(a) s= atisfactorily finished an apprenticeship outside Queensland that is, in the chief executive’s opinion, at least equivalent to an apprenticeship mentioned in subsection (2)(a); and

(b) s= atisfactorily finished a course of instruction related to the apprenticeship that is, in = the chief executive’s opinion, at least equivalent to the course of instruction mentioned in subsection (2)(b); and

(c) p= roduced to the chief executive a written statement that—

(i) states that the applicant is competent in the trade wo= rk of an electrical mechanic; and

(ii) = is verified by the equivalent non-Queensland training organisation that issues= a qualification or statement of attainment for training delivered to the applicant under the apprenticeship; and

(d) p= roduced to the chief executive a written statement that—

(i) states that the applicant has satisfactorily finished = the training to be delivered to the applicant under the apprenticeship; and

(ii) = is verified by the employer under whom the applicant finished the apprenticesh= ip; and

(e) s= atisfied the chief executive the applicant is competent in the trade work of an electrical mechanic.

(4) The applicant must satisfy the chief executive tha= t the applicant—

(a) h= as a relevant qualification; and

(b) h= as complied with the chief executive’s examination requirements; and

(c) is competent in the trade work of an electrical mechanic.

(5) An applicant who satisfies the chief executive tha= t the applicant held an electrical mechanic licence that was issued under the Act and has expired is taken to have a relevant qualification for subsection (4)(a).

(6) In this section—

relevant qualification, for= an applicant, means that the applicant—

(a) i= s the holder of a current electrical fitter licence; or

(b) h= as served an apprenticeship to the calling of electrical mechanic under the Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act 2000, but has not satisfactorily finished the course of instruction mentioned in subsection (2)(b); or

(c) i= s the holder of a tradesman’s certificate within the meaning of the Tradesmen’s Rights Regulation Act 1946 (Cwlth) in the classification of electrical mechanic.