Stream 5

Suitable if you have completed the previously available Certificate IV in NatHERS. You will also need to complete the units specified below.

Qualification details

CPP41212 – Certificate IV in NatHERS

This course is no longer available, however, it is still a valid qualification for entry into the Scorecard program.

You will need to have completed one of these units as part of the Certificate IV in NatHERS:

CPPHSA4001A – Assess household energy use

If you have not completed the unit above, you can complete this currently available unit:

CPPHES4005 - Assess household energy use and efficiency improvements

Please upload your academic transcript showing units completed.

To demonstrate health and safety skills relevant to home assessments you must show you have completed one of the following units within the past 5 years. This unit is not required to start your accreditation, it can be completed at any point during the accreditation process.

You will need to complete one of these units:

CPPCOM4002 - Implement safe work practices in the property industry.

However, you may have completed this unit prior to 2020. This is also accepted:

CPPHSA4005A – Minimise health, safety and security risks when assessing home sustainability (Release 1).

To find details of each course listed, click the course links. When you reach the page for the course, click the 'Find RTOs approved to deliver this qualification' link to find course providers. These courses and units are not funded or provided by the Scorecard team. Relevant training courses are not always readily available.

To start your application, prepare the following documents:
  1. Curriculum vitae (CV) or resume.
  2. Evidence such as certificates and academic transcripts of relevant training.
  3. The Scorecard application form. When completing the Scorecard application form, please ensure your examples are real and have come from your own work experience. Any work copied, shared or created by Artificial Intelligence (AI) will lead to your application being rejected.

If you would like to apply, create a login in the Scorecard Portal. and submit your documents.

What happens after you submit your application?

We will evaluate your documents against the Scorecard Quality Principles 1-4. If you have sufficient skills and experience you will pass to stage 2.

If we think you need more training or experience before becoming an assessor, we will give you recommendations. Once you can demonstrate the required skills, you can continue with your application.

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Page last updated: 30/08/23