In Wisconsin, builders/remodelers must hold Dwelling Contractor and Dwelling Contractor Qualifier credentials. The Dwelling Contractor credential simply requires a form and payment; the Dwelling Contractor Qualifier credential requires initial educational courses as well as 12 hours of State-approved continuing education every two years.
HBA Fox Cities offers courses in both initial certification and continuing education for member and non-member contractors.
To check the # of credits you have and how many you need, click here.
UPCOMING CLASSES OFFERED BY HBA Fox Cities:
Jobsite recruitment resource training: Feb. 28
The construction industry is in a severe labor shortage. HBA Fox Cities is doing its part in developing the workforce in the Fox Cities and invites you to come and learn about Job Service, a value added partner to the Wisconsin Workforce Development (WWD) system.
Job Service provides labor exchange services to businesses and job seekers, through the many Job Centers located throughout Wisconsin and also through the Job Center of Wisconsin employment website. HBA Fox Cities has partnered with WWD and is offering a training session on this labor exchange program.
Register here (members only) to attend the training on Feb. 28, 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. at the HBA Fox Cities' office.
Questions? Contact Membership & Workforce Development Manager Shelly Van Skyhawk, 920-731-7931, firstname.lastname@example.org.
OSHA 10-Hour Training (10 CE credits toward DCQ credential)
March 8, 7:45 AM - 5:00 PM
March 9, 7:45 AM - 12:00 PM
HBA Fox Cities members $125, additional HBA Fox Cities company employees $40/each
Non-member $200, additional employees $75/each
As a business owner or construction employee, it’s your responsibility to know OSHA standards that effect your safety and health. Attend this 10 hour training to learn more about ways to protect yourself and those around you.
Attendees will learn:
- The purpose of the Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Act and the functions of OSHA, OSHA inspection priorities and the inspection process.
- The rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under the OSH Act.
- The requirements for compliance with various construction standards.
- Additional OSHA info on: Electrical, fall protection, hazard communication, protective and lifesaving.
- Equipment, materials handling, scaffolds, cranes, hoists, confined space entry, hand tool safety, excavations, stairways and ladders.
This course benefits any company, individual contractor, sub-contractor, landscaper or engineer who has workers on a construction jobsite.
Members -- Are there any topics you'd like to learn more about? Are there skills or issues you would like addressed through one or more courses? Help us determine what classes to include in our course lineup -- contact Director of Marketing & Events Megan Schlimm, email@example.com with suggested topics or classes.
Renew your credentials online - The Dept. of Safety & Professional Services now offers an easy way to renew your credentials online using their Epay online renewal system. Click here to access the renewal payment system. You'll need your credential number to renew. If you don't know the number you may search for it here.