Certificate Assessments (Exams) are carried out by Assessors registered with the ACMA. The ACMA registered assessor will assess the results of the examination and advise candidates of the results, usually within two weeks (10 business days).

On passing (Competent) an assessment the ACMA will issue a Certificate for the level passed, all assessments required for the level requested must be passed before a certificate is issued. The ACMA will forward an invoice for one-off certificate request along with callsign registration. The ACMA will then issue a certificate and Callsign registration.

Candidates are required to provide photographic identification (drivers license) before examination papers can be assessed. Under 18 years of age candidates with no personal photographic identification will require parental or legal guardian attesting to candidates identification (usually parents/guardians photographic ID and Medicare card in their name with candidates name included).

Further information on assessments can be viewed on the ACMA web site at this >link<.

Fees for Certificates and Callsign Registration can be seen on ACMA web site.

All assessments passed are valid indefinitely with the exception of the Practical assessment which is valid for only 12 months.

All bookings for assessment MUST be made no less than three weeks in advance.

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