Is it time for Queensland builders and tradies to jump ahead in the digital future? We want to know if you think it’s a goer.

Carrying around a stack of plastic licences each day is nothing short of a punish. Builders and tradies are burdened with making sure they have their cards on hand when they’re on the job, leaving them with bulging wallets…for all the wrong reasons!

Damaged and lost cards spell wasted time and money – and not having them on you could spell a fine if the inspector comes knocking, or embarrassment in front of a client.

Queensland's Department of Transport and Main Roads recently wrapped up a trial of digital drivers' licences with a customer satisfaction rate of 94 per cent.
Now, we want to hear what our members think about the idea of Queensland building and trade licences going digital.

By completing this survey, you’re making your voice heard as we gather the opinions of our industry. We’ll compile the results and take them to the QBCC, as we explore the possibility of making plastic licence cards a thing of the past.
The survey closes at 5pm on Monday, 14 June 2021.

Thanks for taking part!

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* 1. Do you think switching building and trade licenses (such as QBCC, high-risk work and occupational) from plastic to digital, is a good idea?

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