Wisconsin Online Training for Initial Dwelling Contractor Certification
You must complete an approved 12-hour course to become certified as a Dwelling Contractor in Wisconsin. This is the fastest and easiest way to complete your education and our courses won’t let you fail. Come and go as you please 24/7.
|Please choose from either of the two 12-hour initial certification course below:|
|COURSE #10386: 12-Hour Project Management, Contracts, and Water Management
This 120 question course covers four topics: Project Management for Contractors, Construction Contracts, Site Erosion and Storm Water Management.
Printed version of this course is available for an additional $40.00 as a course (FREE Shipping).
|COURSE #9087: 12-Hour Uniform Dwelling Codes
This 280-question course guides you through the UBC Codes and how to use them. Each Question directs you to a specific code number for the answer to that question. There are also three brief chapters on Lead Paint Safety, Right to Cure Laws and Asbestos Abatement.
Printed version of this course (including Dwelling Codes) is available for an additional $40.00 (Free Shipping).
Once you register, you have up to 6 months before your course is deactivated. If you need longer, just give us a call and we can arrange an extension.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get certified as a Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier?
- Complete an approved 12 Hour Qualifier Course. CLICK HERE to see what courses are available!
- Obtain your Wisconsin license application. CLICK HERE to obtain your APPLICATIONS.
- Click the Dwelling Contractor (for the Business) and
- Dwelling Contractor Qualifier (for the Individual) applications.
You will need to complete both applications.
Applications can be obtained by clicking here to go directly to the state site for the applications. The application links are also included in our 12 Hour Courses.
Who needs the Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification?
Wisconsin Dwelling Contractors (Business License) 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 State Approved by the Division of Industry Services. Also, after you obtain the Certification, you must complete 12 hours of State Approved Continuing Education during each two-year period in order to remain certified.