High Risk Work Licence Assessors

In order to conduct assessments for high risk work licence, individuals must be accredited by NT WorkSafe. 
Once accredited, assessment are conducted using national assessment instruments.

You must:
  • Hold a current HRW licence for each class you want to assess;
  • Have at least 2 years of industry and operational experience for each class you want to assess in;
  • Hold a Certificate IV in Assessment and Training and can provide proof (TAE Training package);
  • Aligned with an RTO who has the classes on scope in the Northern Territory for what you are applying for;
  • Reside in the Northern Territory (or if you reside interstate, the ability to show a need to obtain a NT Assessor accreditation).
For more detailed information and guidance on how to become a High Risk Work Licence​ Assessor, please refer to the guide - Applicants Accreditation of Assessor for High Risk Work Licences.

Interstate High Risk Work Licence Assessors
Individuals that are accredited interstate as High Risk Work Licence Assessors are still required to apply to become accredited in the Northern Territory.
Lodging an application​
All licence applications are to be lodged with the Territory Business Centre.​