UPCOMING CHANGES STARTING IN NOVEMBER
Wisconsin Act 237 goes into effect on Nov. 1, 2022, twelve hours of Continuing Education are still required for Dwelling Contractor Qualifiers, but there is an additional requirement that four of the twelve hours address the subjects of “construction laws and codes and contracts, liability, and risk management.”
Our Courses 16185 & 16187 both 12 hour course will meet this requirement. Course 9804, a 4 hour course will also meet this requirement, and can be combined with other courses to get the necessary 12 hours.
Please give us a call at 608-348-6688 if you have any questions, or need help ordering.
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We provide State of Wisconsin (Department of Safety & Professional Services Approved) Initial and Continuing Professional Development courses. We provide a variety of hours to help fulfill your initial or continuing Professional Development requirements for a variety of trades and licenses.
ABOUT OUR COURSES
WHAT LICENSES DO YOU NEED?
All our courses are open book exams that you can do at your own time and pace in the comfort of your home or office. The online course is all web based material, nothing to install or download.
ONLINE COURSE - Everything is down right on your computer browser. The review material is available as a PDF File for download, your exam questions are answered on your computer screen and you will be able to see what questions you missed and access your test score as well.
HOME STUDY - Your exam, reference materials and answer sheets will be available online to download to your computer. You fill out the answer key and return it to us by mail, fax, or email. You will need to print the answer key out, the exam and reference material is optional to print.
PRINTED BOOK - The reference materials, test questions and answer keys are sent in booklet form to your home or office. You fill out the answer key and return it by to us by mail, fax or email.
DWELLING CONTRACTOR QUALIFIER - This license is for the individual who is an owner of the company, or an employee of the company. In order to obtain this license, you must first complete an initial qualifier course and pass with a score of 70%. Once you complete this course, the course provider will send you a certificate that you attach to the Credential application. This license has a continuing education requirement to renew the license. You must obtain at least 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years to renew this license.
DWELLING CONTRACTOR - This certification is for the business. You need to submit a form to the State of Wisconsin along with a certificate of insurance. (Obtained from your insurance company). Note this license needs to be renewed every year. NO continuing education is required.
We also offer variety of classes for UDC Inspectors, most Plumber LIcenses, most Electricians Licenses and UDC Commercial Licenses as well.
CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
HOW TO OBTAINING YOUR WISCONSIN DWELLING CONTRACTOR QUALIFIER LICENSE -
Anyone applying for a Dwelling Contractor Qualifier certification needs to complete 12 hours of an approved initial qualifier course in dwelling construction within one year of applying for the license. Proof of completing the course will need to be provided with your application, along with the associated fees.
We offer the Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Initial Course for just $99. This course is approved for the 12 hours needed to obtain your license.
When you pass the Initial Course, you will receive a certificate of completion that you can submit with your application. The application will be sent with your certificate of completion.
You must take the Initial Qualifier course if you do not have a Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier license already or are more than two years expired on your Qualifier license.
HOW TO RENEW YOUR WISCONSIN DWELLLING CONTRACTOR QUALIFIER LICENSE -
The State of Wisconsin requires all Dwelling Contractor Qualifiers to obtain 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years. We offer several testing options and courses to meet these requirements.
When you complete one of our approved continuing education courses, you will receive a certificate of completion for your records. We will then submit the continuing education hours directly to the state.
Once you have completed the continuing education, you can renew your license online using the Department of Safety and Professional Services’ online portal, ESLA. You will need to upload a copy of your certificates of completion, and pay the renewal fee to the state.
DSPS WALK IN SERVICE
If you need your license renewed immediately you can travel to Madison, Wisconsin to renew. They have a counter service to renew at 1400 East Washington Street. If you have questions you can call them at 608.266.2112. Walk up counter service is available Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to Noon