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LBP – Licensed Building Practitioners

MAINTAINING YOUR LBP SKILLS

As an LBP, you need to keep up to date with industry practices and regulatory changes. This is done by completing and recording skills maintenance activities — learning activities that help make sure you continue to meet the minimum standard required to keep your license.

For the latest information, visit the LBP website here.

Western ITM is here to support you with your Licensing requirements. We offer an annual LBP Builders Breakfast along with LBP training seminars each year. These events collectively enable our builders to earn the essential points needed to maintain their license in their chosen profession. 

We also provide 6 issues of the ITM Building Business Magazine which contains the latest building industry news, great deals on tools and supplies, new product info, and much more.  Subscribe, and get it delivered to you free!

UPSKILL WITH BUILDING BUSINESS

Reading articles and Codewords from Building Business helps you earn LBP points. Check out our past editions, then record your LBP activity in the ITM app.1 hour of skills maintenance learning is worth 1 LBP point so make sure Building Business is part of your LBP Skills Maintenance Programme. 

For information on how to Record your LBP Clinics, Reading, etc. please visit our LBP Record Keeping page. To view any of our upcoming LBP events please visit our Events page.


Minimum Requirements

 

 

The current Skills Maintenance framework is based on the system of '1 hour is worth 1 point'. LBPs can claim points for any training or learning activity they undertake, provided it relates to their license.


Product Warranty and Maintenance Information for LBP's

As a builder, you are required to provide homeowners with Maintenance, Guarantee and Warranty Information as part of the new Building Act Requirements which have been effective since 1 January 2016. For more information please click here.

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