2007 Wisconsin Act 47 established continuing education requirements for landscape architects:
Landscape architects must now affirm at the time of renewal to having completed 24 hours of continuing education pertinent to the practice of landscape architecture. Of the 24 hours, a minimum of 16 hours relating to health, safety and welfare topics, and a minimum of 2 hours relating to professional conduct and ethics are required every two years.
A new licensee shall not be required to comply with continuing education requirements for the first renewal.
Continuing education may be obtained through the following providers:
- American society of landscape architects.
- Council of landscape architectural boards.
- Urban land institute.
- American nursery and landscape association.
- American planning association.
- National society of professional engineers.
- National recreation and park association.
- American institute of architects.
- Construction specifications institute.
- State or federal training programs that relate to landscape architecture, course work in landscape architecture at a college, or other related technical or professional societies or organizations.
- Colleges, universities or other educational institutions.
See Administrative Code for more details.
NOTE: Continuing education requirements do not apply to the biennium in which a license is first issued.
If you are seeking a retirement waiver per A-E 11.07, you must submit a letter addressed to the Landscape Architect section outlining the reasons you are requesting the waiver along with a completed affidavit of non-practice.
Affidavit of Non-Practice
Biennium from 8/1/even - 7/31/even year.