Wis. Admin. Code Funeral Directors Examining Board § FD 1.10 - License renewal and reinstatement procedures

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) RENEWAL WITHIN 5 YEARS. A credential holder shall renew the license by paying the renewal fee specified in s. 440.08(2), Stats., and attesting to completion of the continuing education required under s. FD 4.03. If the credential is not renewed before its expiration date, the credential holder shall pay a late renewal fee.
(2) RENEWAL AFTER 5 YEARS. A credential holder who has failed to renew a license within 5 years after the renewal date holds an expired license and may not reapply for the license using the initial application process. This subsection does not apply to license holders who have unmet disciplinary requirements or whose credentials have been surrendered or revoked. An applicant who holds an expired funeral director's license shall submit all of the following:
(a) A completed application.
(b) The renewal and late fees specified in s. 440.08(2) and (3) (a), Stats.
(c) Evidence of passage of the Wisconsin jurisprudence examination for funeral directors.
(d) Evidence of one of the following:
1. Current licensure as a funeral director if the applicant holds an active license in good standing as a funeral director in another state.
2. If the applicant's funeral director's license has expired for more than 5 but less than 10 years and the applicant does not hold an active license in good standing as a funeral director in another state, attestation to the completion of 30 hours of continuing education approved by the board. The continuing education courses shall have been completed within the 4 years prior to application for licensure under this subsection and shall include a minimum of 10 hours of in-person instruction.
3. If the applicant's funeral director's license has expired for 10 years or more and the applicant does not hold an active license in good standing as a funeral director in another state, the applicant shall provide evidence of passage of the National Board Examination of the International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards within 12 months prior to application for a license under this subsection and attestation to the completion of 30 hours of continuing education approved by the board. The continuing education courses shall have been completed within the 4 years prior to application for licensure under this subsection and shall include a minimum of 10 hours of in-person instruction.
(3) REINSTATEMENT. A credential holder who has unmet disciplinary requirements and failed to renew the credential within 5 years or whose credential has been surrendered or revoked may apply to have the license reinstated in accordance with all of the following:
(a) Evidence of completion of the requirements in sub. (2) if the credential has not been active within the last 5 years.
(b) Evidence of completion of disciplinary requirements, if applicable.
(c) Evidence of rehabilitation or change in circumstances, warranting reinstatement of the credential.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Funeral Directors Examining Board § FD 1.10
Cr. Register, September, 1993, No. 453, eff. 10-1-93; r. and recr. (1) and (2), am. (3), Register, November, 1998, No. 515, eff. 12-1-98. Amended by, CR 16-011: r. and recr. Register September 2016 No. 729, eff. 10/1/2016.

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