Remodeling and Home Design

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, as well as other supplemental courses for all members on a variety of topics. 


UPCOMING CLASSES OFFERED BY HBA Fox Cities:

Affordable Care Act: What's Next? 
Professional panel outlines the good, the bad and the ugly. 

In partnership with Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Fox West Chamber of Commerce, a panel of five professionals in the insurance world come together to provide information to small businesses about the Affordable Care Act, health insurance, supplemental insurance options and more. 

Date: Thursday, May 11
Time: 7:30 - 10:00 a.m. 
Location: The Grand Meridian, 2621 N Oneida St., Appleton
Cost: $15/HBAFC member (includes continental breakfast)

This session is extremely popular and averages 60+ attendees; don't delay in registering! 

Panelists: 
Chris Hanson, RHU, LUTCF, President Hanson Benefits Inc.
JP Wieske, Office of the Commissioner of Insurance
Robert A Buss, Jr., CPA, CEBS, Wipfli LLP
Paul DeSpirito, AFLAC
Keith Bell, Network Health Plan


View informational flyer,
here.



Need to know how many CE credits you need? Search your credentials here.


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, megan.schlimm@hbafoxcities.com with suggested topics or classes.