Go to top of page Work & Business Licences Popular links Renewal payments and extensions Surrender your licence Print your licence or certificate Interstate and overseas licences Saved and incomplete licence applications Check licence holders Order a replacement card Register to receive electronic notifications Information Campaigns Resources News Information about work and business licences in South Australia can be found on SA.GOV.AU Building and trades Building work contractors licence Building work supervisors licence Plumbers, gas fitters & electricians licence Licences and ID cards Check processing times Dob in an unlicensed tradie Real estate Land agents registration Sales representatives registration Property managers registration Auctioneers registration Conveyancers registration Security Security agents and investigators licence Security training provider approval Licences and ID cards Check processing times Vehicles Second hand vehicle dealers licence Second hand vehicle dealers responsibilities Request to alter or replace an odometer Labour hire Labour hire licence Labour hire laws Tattoo industry Information for the tattoo industry Featured Campaigns Property management reforms By 28 September 2019 all employees of a registered land agent who manage properties must have completed specific property management training and be registered with CBS Find out more Buying a used car? You might save a few dollars if you buy from a private seller, but there are more risks than buying from a licensed car dealer. Find out more Digital licences for occupational licence holders South Australians can now carry selected government issued passes and licences on an Apple or Android smart phone or tablet device. Find out more Labour hire laws The State Government has announced that it intends to repeal the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 Find out more Underquoting We're stamping out underquoting Find out more Download resources Access common resources and downloads in our resource centre. Visit the CBS resource centre Latest News 19 December 2018 Unlicensed electrician fined for dangerous work An unlicensed electrician who performed dangerous, substandard work on a series of properties around Whyalla and Port Augusta has been fined nearly $5,500 for working without a licence. 13 December 2018 CBS Connect - December 2018 Read the December 2018 edition of CBS Connect 12 December 2018 Electrician’s licence suspended over safety concerns South Australia’s consumer watchdog has suspended the licence of a Manningham-based electrician for six months, due to ongoing concerns over the safety of his work. 30 November 2018 “Ruthlessly” behaving unlicensed builder fined $7500 An unlicensed builder who took money from consumers for work that was either incomplete or never started has been fined $7500 and ordered to pay compensation of $2400. 30 November 2018 Car dealer fined for unlicensed trading An unlicensed second-hand vehicle dealership and its director have been fined $9000 for selling vehicles after their licences had been cancelled. 7 November 2018 Unlicensed builder fined $1000 An unlicensed builder who admitted taking money from four consumers for services he never provided has been fined $1000 and ordered to repay one client $1050. 2 November 2018 Fraudster fined over incomplete building work An unlicensed builder with an extensive history of fraud has been fined $6000 and ordered to repay a total of nearly $10,000 to two clients after taking payments for work he never even started. 2 November 2018 Scammers seek to target security agents People working as security agents in South Australia are being urged to exercise caution when applying for work, after scammers posted a bogus job ad, seeking sensitive personal information from applicants. 25 October 2018 Unlicensed car dealer to face court - CBS news A 42 year old Salisbury North man is due to appear in court later this month accused of breaching the Second-hand Vehicle Dealers Act 1995. 25 October 2018 Unlicensed contractor fined $10,000 – CBS news A 24 year old man has been fined $10,000 for carrying on business as a building work contractor without holding a licence and accepting payment for work that he never completed.