What Is The Difference Between An Accredited Master Electrician And A Master Electricians Member?

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All licensed electrical contractors can join Master Electricians Australia as a Master Electricians member. Their membership provides them with access to unlimited advice on technical, safety, and workplace relations issues, among a host of other benefits. Members regularly receive the latest industry news and changes, ensuring they are up to date with all relevant practices.

An Accredited Master Electrician is a member of Master Electricians Australia who has completed our rigorous accreditation program, comprised of high-level certifications in safety, quality and energy efficiency and an ongoing and auditable commitment to excellence and integrity in customer service.

Accredited Master Electricians are the industry's most highly-regarded professionals, with the gold logo recognised as a mark of excellence. It is challenging to receive, requires dedication to maintain, and is the industry's highest accreditation.

To become a Master Electricians member, a contractor must:

  • Be a licensed electrician
  • have an electrical contractor's licence

To become an Accredited Master Electrician, a contractor must:

  • Have at least three years in the electrical industry or equivalent appropriate experience
  • Implement a recognised safety management system
  • Pass an annual safety and quality audit
  • Be able to offer qualified energy efficiency advice to customers
  • Adhere to a code of ethics
  • Offer a 12-month guarantee of work

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