- FEE (See Renewal Dates and Fees)
- SIG (Signature regarding the completion of Continuing Education requirements, included in on-line renewal and paper form - see Continuing Education Information for details.)
- If your legal status as a qualified alien or nonimmigrant lawfully present in the United States has changed since the issuance of your credential or your last renewal, please contact the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services at (608) 266-2112 or
|Renewal Dates and Fees
|Convictions and Pending Charges (if applicable for renewal)
|Active Duty/Discharge Renewal Extension
Wisconsin Act 210 (effective June 1, 2012)
This Act extends the license of a service member if the license expires while they are on active duty from 90 days to 180 days from the date of discharge. The same applies to a spouse of a service member if the spouse does not practice under their license while the service member is on active duty and does not practice because the service member is on active duty.
This Act repeals a provision of prior law that required a service member to meet all of the requirements for license extension or renewal, except for continuing education requirements, in order to have the license extended.
Service members and spouses may request extensions of licenses beyond 180 days from discharge and may request a waiver or extension of time to complete continuing education requirements due to hardship. Please view Active Duty/Discharge Renewal Extension Form #R210.
Getting Certified to Work with Lead Based Paint
Training and certification are required for professionals who offer or conduct regulated lead-based paint activities in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities. These activities include:
- Abatement of Lead Hazards
- Lead Testing, Inspection, and Risk Assessment
- Most paint-disturbing renovation work (for example, replacing windows, scraping paint prior to re-painting)
- Post renovation and post-abatement clearance (including dust wipe sampling to measure lead dust left behind)
By getting certified and working safely, you protect your own and others' health, and show professional responsibility. For more information about certification, visit the
Wisconsin Department of Health Services website.