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Application 2


Once you have completed the required training, you can apply for provisional accreditation.

Application Submission + Application Fee + Online Assessments

To be approved for Provisional Accreditation, you will need to submit an application including required documentation, pay an application fee ($165 + GST) and complete relevant online assessment(s).

When submitting your application, you will need to provide:

  • Statement of Attainment or copies of training certificates
  • Current public liability (install) or personal indemnity (design only) insurance policy number and expiry date
  • Your electrical license number (if applying for grid-connect install or battery storage install) and expiry date
  • Certificate confirming completion of Working Safely at Heights training completed within the last six years (if applying for grid-connect install or SPS install)
  • A passport-style identification photo

Upon approval of your application: You will be given limited access to the Installer Portal to complete assigned online assessments.

The online assessments are designed to verify the knowledge of an applicant in their chosen accreditation pathway. The knowledge tested is based on the units of competencies, delivered by an authorised Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

You have 30 days to complete the online assessment.

Upon successful completion of the online assessment, you will be awarded Provisional Accreditation and an Accreditation Number.

Provisional Accreditation permits you to commence work within the parameters of your chosen accreditation, allowing you to gain experience and build on your knowledge. Installers/Designers can only hold one provisional accreditation at a time. Additional components can be added once an individual holds full accreditation.

Note: If you have applied for a Design Only accreditation, you have now completed all requirements and will be awarded Full Accreditation upon payment of the accreditation fee ($550 + GST).


Upgrading to Full Accreditation requires you to complete a practical assessment for review and pay an accreditation fee ($550 + GST).

Practical Assessment submission + Accreditation Fee

You must submit a practical assessment for review before your three-month provisional accreditation expires. This is to demonstrate skills in installing solar or battery systems and will require you to submit photographic evidence showing one of your first solar and/or battery installations.

Once you have submitted your practical assessment and paid the accreditation fee, your assessment will be sent to our technical team for review. Once approved you will be awarded full accreditation.

The upgrade application form is available in the login area.

The following outlines the fees associated with becoming an accredited installer.

You can only apply for one type of accreditation in your initial application.

Provisional accreditation application$165 + GST
Upgrade to full accreditation$550 + GST

If you do not have enough time to complete the requirements of an application, you can pay for an extension of one month (up to a maximum of three times).

One-month extension$120 + GST