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Email: enquiries@acrs.com.au

How can I become a registered cabler?

All cabling work, including telephone, data, fire and security alarm systems cabling, that connects or is intended to connect with the telecommunications network must be performed by a registered cabler, or under the direct supervision of a registered cabler. All registered cablers are required to undertake appropriate training modules to ensure that they are competent to perform the cabling work according to the Wiring Rules (Australian Standard AS/ACIF S009), which ensure safety to consumers, cablers and the network.

To become a registered cabler you will need to undertake the requisite training course for the type of cabling registration that you are seeking – Open, Restricted or Lift registration. Click here for a summary of the registration requirements for each type.  There are a number of Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) around Australia that can assist you with your training needs for a current list click here.

More information is available from the ACMA brochure So you want to be a registered cabler?. Hard copies of this brochure can also be ordered by calling 1300 850 115.

Once you have decided which registration type you require (Open, Restricted or Lift), you can then undertake the appropriate training which will meet the mandatory competency requirements for registration. The training options for each registration type are outlined in the ACMA publication Pathways to ACMA Cabling Provider Rules -Cabler Registration. 

Once you have completed training, ensure that you have a copy of your statement of attainment and other supporting documentation. To download an application form click here, attach your payment details and provide a copy of your training records or training certificate stating which courses you have completed.

You can then;

email the form to us at enquiries@acrs.com.au

mail the form to us at Locked Bag 1818, St Leonards, NSW, 2065

or fax the form to us on 02 9744 3928.

If you have any further questions or require assistance, please contact the ACRS office on 1300 667 771.