Wis. Admin. Code Department of Safety and Professional Services § SPS 130.03 - Continuing education

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) In this section:
(a) "Approved educational program" means a program of education relating to the general subject matter of interior design that, together with its instructors, is approved by the American society of interior designers, the interior design continuing education council, the international interior design association, the interior design education council, the interior designers of Canada, or other body recognized by the department.
(b) "Hour" means 50 minutes of classroom instruction.
(2) A registered interior designer shall attend and successfully complete at least 9 hours of an approved educational program before each renewal date. If a registered interior designer is initially registered less than 6 months before the first renewal date, the requirement of this subsection does not apply before the first renewal date.
(3) A registered interior designer who acts as an instructor of an approved educational program shall receive one hour of credit for each hour of teaching toward satisfaction of the educational requirement. A registered interior designer may not receive credit for teaching a specific approved educational program more than one time.
(4) The department may grant an extension of time for completion of the educational requirements for one of the following reasons:
(a) Health reasons which prevented attendance at the educational program.
(b) Active duty in the military service with assignment to a duty station outside Wisconsin.
(5) A registered interior designer shall certify that he or she has met the educational requirements when applying for renewal of the registration. The department shall withhold issuance of the renewal registration until the certification is provided.
(6) A registered interior designer shall obtain an individual certificate of completion from a program provider upon satisfactory completion of the approved educational program. Registered interior designers shall retain evidence of completion for at least 5 years from the date of completion. The department may require any registered interior designer to submit evidence of having completed the required hours of continuing education for the period specified in sub. (2).
(7) A program and its instructors shall be approved by the American society of interior designers, the interior design continuing education council, the international interior design association, the interior design education council, the interior designers of Canada, or other bodies recognized by the department. Each approved educational program shall relate to the general subject of interior design.
(8) An instructor whose registration as an interior designer has been limited, suspended, or revoked may not instruct in approved educational programs while the disciplinary action is in effect.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Safety and Professional Services § SPS 130.03
Cr. Register, January, 1997, No. 493, eff. 2-1-97.

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