Become an adjudicator
If you are interested in becoming an adjudicator you must meet specific requirements.
One of these requirements is to hold an adjudication qualification or another qualification that the registrar considers to be equivalent to an adjudication qualification.
Complete adjudication qualification
The adjudication qualification is prescribed under section 201 of the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017 (BIF Act) and the detail is prescribed under Part 5, section 18 of the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Regulation (BIF Regulation).
Contract Administration Group Pty Ltd is the company authorised to provide adjudicator training and issue a Certificate in Adjudication under the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017 and the corresponding Regulation.
Check their website for information on:
- course dates
- course outline
- application forms.
Please contact Contract Administration Group Pty Ltd directly regarding registration for the course or for any other queries about the course.
How to apply
Once you hold an adjudication qualification, you can apply for registration by completing:
Term of registration
Registration as an adjudicator becomes effective on the day the certificate of registration is issued.
It expires either three years after that day or on an earlier day decided by the registrar and stated in the certificate of registration.