Professional Credential Certificates Available On-line
Effective May 8, 2013, Professional License holders can log in to print or download their own credentials. Standard Wall Certificates, Governor-signed Wall Certificates, and Wallet Cards can be printed or downloaded free of charge by logging in here: https://online.drl.wi.gov/UserLogin.aspx.
Wall Certificates and Governor-signed Wall Certificates can also be purchased from the Division of Professional Credential Processing for $10. Please use this order form:http://184.108.40.206/Documents/Credentialing%20Forms/Renewal%20Forms/CCFAX2.pdf
New license holders will no longer receive a wall certificate upon issuance of the license. They will receive an email (or letter via USPS mail if no email address is provided) indicating the credential number, and directions to log in and print certificates from the website.
For a list of Professional License Types, click here: http://dsps.wi.gov/Default.aspx?Page=5c2e4e51-1130-48af-a6b7-92a5047d1ebf
Statewide electrical licensing has been delayed by one year. Most electricians who install, repair or maintain electrical wiring will have to be licensed by the Department before 4/1/14. Trades ProfessionsBarbering
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Electrical Wiring
Starting February 11, 2013, and continuing through March 31, 2015, 2011 Act 190 will allow all people who hold a barber-cosmetologist practitioner license to exchange it for a barber license, if they wish. Please visit the renewal page for more detailed information.
As required by Statute, the Department of Safety and Professional Services conducts a fee study each biennium to determine the administrative and enforcement costs attributable to each profession. Based on this mandate, the Department set new fees for the 2013-2015 biennium and forwarded them to the Joint Committee on Finance for a 14-day passive review and approval. The request was approved on February 25, 2013.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding License Fees
Wisconsin Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
Pursuant to 2013 Act 3, veterinarians are no longer included in the definition of practitioners who have to collect and submit data to the Wisconsin Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP). Therefore, veterinarians do not have to continue collecting data to submit to the PDMP and they are not required to submit the data that they have been collecting since January 1, 2013.
For more information, visit the PDMP web pages.