Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Pre-license Course

12h course

Initial Qualifier Training: Our Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Initial Training course meets all of your needs for getting your DCQ license. It is a 12 hour overview of Wisconsin laws, building codes and best practices. Provided inside the course is all the information you need to get your DCQ license! Get everything for only $95.

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WI DSPS Approved Online DCQ Initial Training

What are the steps to getting a DCQ license?

  1. Complete our 12 hour course at your own pace, on your own schedule.
  2. Print your Certificate of Completion and fill out the application form included with the class.
  3. Send the Certificate, application form and fee of $45 to the Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS).

Pre License State Approval Letters

May 31, 2017




Customer ID number: 1217892

Re: Course Identification Number: 13714               Expiration Date: 5/31/2022

    Course Name/Title: Dwelling Contractor Initial Qualifier


***** If this approval is for other than a face-to-face training session, you shall inform students that, effective October 1, 2010, they may not retake the same course for credit more than once during the 1-, 2- or 4-year term of specific credentials *****


Hours Of Credit                         Credential Type

12.0                                     Initial Qualifying Training - Dwelling Contractor                                                                                                 Qualifier Certification

The division has reviewed the application for the educational course listed in the regarding line above and has approved the course for the hours and credentials specified in the regarding line. The approval is based upon the information provided with the Educational Course Application.

All proposed revisions to previously approved courses must be approved by the division at least 30 days prior to implimentation.

The division may rescid an approval of an education course for any of the following reasons: false statements made in application, misrepresentation in application, false statements in course content, misrepresentation in course.