|LicensE is the department’s new online, self-guided license application platform.|
|Madison, Wis. – The Department of Safety and Professional Services is offering two additional question-and-answer sessions about LicensE, the department’s new self-guided, online platform that is replacing paper-based applications for occupational licenses. The sessions will include a presentation on the new platform and the opportunity to pose questions to agency staff and technology experts.
The next sessions are Monday, May 23, 2022, from 1–2:15 p.m., and Wednesday, May 25, 2022, from 10–11:15 a.m. Registration is open through noon on May 18. Individuals can register HERE.
The department already offered two Q&A Sessions and has held several smaller presentations on LicensE. “Our presentations are going well and are generating valuable questions and feedback,” said DSPS Secretary Dawn Crim. “We are pleased to be able to offer these opportunities to our current and future license holders as well as our education and health system partners.”
Anyone with questions about LicensE is encouraged to register for one of the sessions.
The first phase of LicensE is launching on May 16, and nearly all health initial applications will transition to the platform on that day. Other licenses (initial applications and renewals) will transition to LicensE in subsequent phases. The list of licenses moving to LicensE on May 16 is available HERE. Health renewals are not included in the May 16 LicensE launch. Business, trades, and manufactured homes initial applications and renewals are also not included in the May 16 launch.