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Amendment Rules (No 2) 2010

Pursuant to section 353 of the Building Act 2004, the Minister for Building and Construction makes the following rules—

(a) after they were prepared by the chief executive of the Department of Building and Housing, and approved by the Building Practitioners Board, in accordance with sections 354 to 359 of that Act; and

(b) by approving them in accordance with sections 360 and 361 of that Act.

Contents

  1. Title
  2. Commencement
  3. Principal rules amended
  4. Schedule 2 amended Schedules

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Rules

1 Title

These rules are the Licensed Building Practitioners Amendment Rules (No 2) 2010.

2 Commencement

These rules come into force on 1 October 2010.

3 Principal rules amended

These rules amend the Licensed Building Practitioners Rules 2007.

4 Schedule 2 amended

Schedule 2 is amended by adding the recognised qualifications set out in Schedule to these rules.

Schedule

r 4

Recognised qualifications added to Schedule 2 of principal rules

rr 3(1), 7(4), 11(1)(b)(ii)

Licensing Class Area of practice Recognised qualification
Foundations Concrete foundation walls and concrete slab-on-ground
  1. National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4)
  2. National Certificate in Carpentry (Advanced) (Level 4)
  3. Trade Certificate in Carpentry
  4. Advanced Trade Certificate in Carpentry
  5. Certificate of Due Completion of Apprenticeship (Carpentry or Carpentry Joinery)
  6. New Zealand Certificate in Building
  7. National Certificate in Construction (Leading Hand) (Level 4)
  8. National Certificate in Construction (Supervisor) (Level 5)
  9. National Certificate in Concrete Construction (Specialist) Sitework (Level 3)
  10. Certificate in Concrete Technology (Level 4)
Concrete or timber pile foundation
  1. National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4)
  2. National Certificate in Carpentry (Advanced) (Level 4)
  3. Trade Certificate in Carpentry
  4. Advanced Trade Certificate in Carpentry
  5. Certificate of Due Completion of Apprenticeship (Carpentry or Carpentry Joinery)
  6. New Zealand Certificate in Building
  7. National Certificate in Construction (Leading Hand) (Level 4)
  8. National Certificate in Construction (Supervisor) (Level 5)
Site Site 1
  1. National Certificate in Carpentry (Advanced), (Level 4)
  2. National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 5)
  3. National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 6)
  4. Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management)
  5. Bachelor of Construction Management
  6. Bachelor of Building Science
Site 2
  1. National Certificate in Carpentry (Advanced) (Level 4)
  2. National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 5)
  3. Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management)
  4. Bachelor of Construction Management
  5. Bachelor of Building Science
Site 3
  1. National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 5)
  2. Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management)
  3. Bachelor of Construction Management
  4. Bachelor of Building Science
  5. Bachelor of Engineering
  6. Bachelor of Engineering Technology
  7. New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (Level 6)
  8. National Diploma in Civil Engineering (Level 6)
  9. National Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (Level 6)
  10. New Zealand Certificate in Engineering
Carpentry  
  1. National Certificate in Construction (Leading Hand) (Level 4)
  2. National Certificate in Construction (Supervisor) (Level 5)

Date of Board’s resolution approving these rules: 2 August 2010

I, Hon Maurice Williamson, Minister for Building and Construction, approve these rules:

Signed: Maurice Williamson
Date: 8 August 2010

Explanatory note

These rules, made under the Building Act 2004 by Hon Maurice Williamson MP, Minister for Building and Construction, come into force on 1 October 2010 and amend the Licensed Building Practitioners Rules 2007 (the 2007 Rules).

The amendments add to the list of recognised qualifications (which are kinds of qualifications that reduce information and evidence that an applicant for licensing must provide, and simplify assessments of whether the applicant meets the minimum standard of competence) in Schedule 2 of the 2007 Rules for licensing in particular licensing classes.

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Last updated 14 June 2013

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