Back April 04, 2019

Quay Electrical: Master Electricians Australia Member

Master Electricians Australia set the benchmark for electricians across the country. Becoming a member highlights that your business is committed to improving the industry, following safety procedures and providing customers with a high standard of service. Accreditation is only granted by the board to those who have proven this. It also provides members with a chance to expand on their skills and knowledge by giving them access to further training, specialist services, and opens them up to receiving expert industry advice.


In 2019, Quay Electrical became a Master Electricians Australia member which is a feat that we are incredibly proud of. Not only do we get a little kick out of knowing that our services are recognised as being among some of the best in the country, but it also gives our customers peace of mind knowing that they’re dealing with a well-reputed business. This title also gives us a standard to uphold and push beyond in the future.


Achieving this rank is no simple task as the Master Electricians application process can take up to 12 months of self-assessed work. Electricians need to consistently prove themselves to the board and achieve 60 points across 6 different modules.


Some of the requirements needed to receive accreditation include:

  • Having a good credit history
  • Consistent use of a recognised safety system
  • Maintaining staff licenses
  • Proof of staff assessments
  • Attendance at training courses
  • Participation in industry events

To find out more on Master Electricians and the application process, visit their website here.


Quay Electrical is proud to be servicing the Torquay, Surf Coast, Bellarine and Geelong areas as master electricians. We are committed to providing our customers with the best quality service with unparalleled professionalism.

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