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This is the most convenient way to complete your Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Education. All of our easy to use online courses are approved by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce.
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What do I need to do to get Certified as a Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor?
You will need to complete a State-Approved 12 hour course to get your initial certification. This has to be one full 12 hour course and cannot be broken up into two or more courses.
You must submit two applications to the State with your proof of insurance attached to one and your Certificate of Completion from this course attached to the other. Links to both applications are provided within our course.State of Wisconsin Department of Safety
and Professional Services Safety and Buildings Division 1400 East Washington Ave Madison 53703. Phone: 608-261-8467, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Central Time, Monday thru Friday Fax: 608-267-0592
Do I need to take Continued Education to keep my certification?
Yes, you will need to complete 12 hours of State-Approved education for every two year licensing cycle. This 12 hours can be broken up or taken all in one course, but the education has to be approved by the State.
Once you complete the education, we report your completion to the State of Wisconsin for you.
Who needs the Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification?
Wisconsin dwelling contractors must hold or employ someone who holds a Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification in order to obtain one or two-family dwelling building permits. In order to obtain this certification, you must complete a 12-hour initial qualifier course that has been approved by the Wisconsin Safety and Buildings Division. Also, after you obtain the Certification, you must complete an approved 12-hour Continued Education Course during each two-year period in order to remain certified.
Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Future Certification
In the future, to keep your Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification will need to complete 12 hours of approved continuing education every two years from the date of becoming certified initially.