WDC101 Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier



Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Pre-Licensing Education
12 Hour WDC101

Instant access
No timer
AYOP 24/7 – At Your Own Pace 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Certificate available immediately upon completion
You have 365 days to access the course or up to the date upon which our course approval expires, whichever comes first
All reading material included with the course
Study your materials @ home to prep you for learning about the NEC changes

Approved by the WI Department of Safety and Professional Services
Topics Covered
Wisconsin Taxes
Construction Site Erosion and Sediment Control
Post-Construction Storm Water Management

Regulatory Requirements:

In order to pull permits to do general construction work on one- or two-family homes in Wisconsin, you will need to satisfy both of the following requirements:

1. Dwelling Contractor certification for your business, requiring proof of financial responsibility. Application form #3096:



2. At least one person at your business must obtain the Dwelling Contractor Qualifier certification, taking a 12 hour pre-credential “Initial Qualifier” course, followed by 12 hours of continuing education every two years, both of which are available through 180 Degree Education. Application form #3097:


Please note: if the contractor is not doing general construction work on one- or two-family homes or is doing work that does not require the contractor to pull building permits, the state of Wisconsin does not require a license for that type of work, but the contractor would still need to comply with any license requirements at the local level.