TITAB use a number of different forms to process registrations. Please look at the explanation of the relevant form to see if it is the correct one. If in doubt please contact the TITAB office on 03 9631 0800 or email@example.com
After you have met the relevant training requirements for the type of cabling work you have selected, you can apply for a cabling registration with TITAB.
You will need to complete a TITAB registration form and forward it with a copy of the certificate or statement of attainment from the completed course.
1.A candidate applying for Restricted Registration must provide proof of a minimum of 80 hours actual on-the-job cabling experience. To download a statement outlining experience please click here.
2.A candidate applying for an Open Registration must provide sufficient evidence of 360 hours actual on-the-job cabling experience. To download a statement outlining experience please click here.
3.A candidate who only has the minimum of 80 hours additional cabling experience, and is applying for Open Registration, can be registered as a Restricted cabler.To download a statement outlining experience please click here.
Once they have gained a further 280 hours of on-the-job cabling experience they can then apply for Open Registration. To download a statement outlining experience please click here.
Did you hold a TITAB Registration but have let it expire for a long period of time? To reapply for a TITAB registration, download the Re-Application Form, complete it and return it to TITAB.
It is important to advise TITAB of any change of contact details to ensure compliance with the ACMA guidelines. Change of contact details can include address, phone number or email.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to notify TITAB of any changes to your contact details.
If you have undertaken additional training to enable you to upgrade your registration type or to include endorsements, you can notify TITAB by using this form. You will also be required to provide a copy of your additional training records.
On successful completion of the registration upgrade you will receive a new card, certificate and receipt in the mail. The cost to upgrade your registration details is $25 including GST.
At the completion of each job it is mandatory for all cablers to provide customers with a Telecommunications Cabling Advice Form (TCA1) or equivalent and to keep a copy for their own records.
As an additional service to cablers, TITAB has created a pad of 25 carbonised forms. The pad is available from the TITAB for only $15.95 including GST.
A Bulk Pack of 5 pads x 25 carbonised forms is also available for a discounted price of $60.00 including GST (A total saving of $19.75 per pack).
A leather look folder can also be purchased to hold your TCA1 pad. This can be purchased for $29.75 including GST and comes with a free TCA1 pad and pen.
TITAB assessors can help experienced cablers with advice on recognition of prior learning and training within the telecommunications industry.
If you are interested in becoming a TITAB Registered Assessor you will need to meet the following requirements:
- hold a current telecommunication cabler registration
- complete a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent
- be competent to assess competencies which you have attained
Applications can be lodged to TITAB with a copy of the relevant training records using the TITAB Assessor Application Form.
A statutory declaration is a written statement that allows a person to declare something to be true.
When you make a statutory declaration, you are declaring that the statements in it are true. If you intentionally make a false statement in a declaration, you can be charged with an offence. The penalty for making a false statement in a statutory declaration is a maximum of four years imprisonment.
If you have concerns about a false statutory declaration or a false witness, contact the Australian Federal Police.
Commonwealth statutory declarations
Commonwealth statutory declarations are made on matters relating to the Commonwealth or the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), and some smaller territories. They are not used for declarations on matters relating to Australian states and territories.
A Commonwealth statutory declaration must be signed in the presence of someone who is on the list of authorised witnesses. If you are authorised to witness Commonwealth statutory declarations, you may be able to witness state or territory declarations as well, if the local law states that:
- an authorised Commonwealth witness can also witness local statutory declarations, or
- a person with your occupation or position can witness local statutory declarations.
Please click here to download a copy of a Commonwealth Statutory Declaration.