Once registered as an auditor, you can be engaged to conduct audits as either an audit team leader or an audit team member, depending on your registration. You may also be engaged to conduct alternative audits, such as National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting scheme voluntary audits.
Under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act), we publish a list of current greenhouse and energy auditors on our website. All auditors registered with the Clean Energy Regulator also appear on the register of auditors. The register is available for participants to assist in identifying and appointing an auditor.
See more information about registering as an auditor and maintaining your registration as an auditor.
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