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Here’s what you need to do to get your Clean Energy Council insulation accreditation.

Step 1

Complete the required training

First you will need to complete the relevant training units required for insulation accreditation.

The required training units are:

  • CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements policies and procedures in the construction industry
  • CPCCCM1015A Carry out Measurements and Calculations
  • CPCCCM2010B Work Safely at Heights
  • CPCCPB3014A Install Batt Insulation Products
  • CPCCPB3027A Install Ceiling Insulation
Step 2

Apply for your provisional accreditation

Once you have completed your training, you can apply to become accredited. To do this you will need to submit copies of the following and pay the application fee.

  • Download and complete the application form
  • Statement of Attainment from the TAFE/course provider
  • Certificate of Currency for Public Liability Insurance (coverage for $5 million +)
  • Current Working at Heights certification
  • current White Card (construction induction, as below)

To apply please email these documents to [email protected]. We will then get in touch to organise payment of your application fee ($50 + GST).

Once these documents are approved you will be qualified for provisional accreditation.

Your provisional accreditation lasts for six months.


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Step 3

Complete your practical assessments

While you hold provisional accreditation, you must complete practical assessments to demonstrate competency in installing insulation. The following assessments must be completed.

  • 3 x wall with batts jobs
  • 3 x ceiling with batts jobs
  • 1 x floor with batts job

You can download the assessment forms for each of these below.

Once you have completed your assessments you will be asked to submit them in step 4 with your upgrade application.

Step 4

Upgrade to full accreditation

Before your provisional accreditation expires, you can upgrade to become fully accredited. To upgrade you must submit your practical assessments and the following supporting documents.

  • Download and complete the upgrade application form
  • Evidence of nine assessed jobs
  • Certificate of Currency/Proof of Public Liability Insurance cover – minimum of $5 million coverage
  • Current White Card
  • ID style photo

To upgrade please email these documents to [email protected]. We will then get in touch to organise payment of your upgrade application fee ($150 + GST).


Step 5

Move onto annual renewal

Your full accreditation lasts for one year and will need to be renewed annually.

Each year you will be required to complete three practical assessments. This is to ensure installers continue to work safely and professionally.

For more information you can view the renewal application page.