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Reinstate Qualifying Person Status


Individuals who let their status as a Qualifying Person (QP) go dormant, and are currently inactive, may reinstate their status by taking and passing the appropriate license exams; or completing seven hours approved continuing education (including one hour Energy) for each year the QP status has been inactive.
 
The individual then submits the original exam score reports or copies of the continuing education certificates of completion to the department attached to the Qualifying Person Form as part of the following:

  • An active, licensed residential contractor's request to change the Qualifying Person.
  • An application for a new contractor, remodeler, or roofer license.
  • A licensed residential building contractor's, residential remodeler's, or residential roofer's application to renew their license, which includes a request to change the Qualifying Person.

An individual's contractor license exam score reports expire two years after they were initially passed. These score reports, however, may have their validity extended into the future provided the individual completes seven hours of approved continuing education (including one hour Energy) every year after the score reports expire.
 
An individual's status as a Qualifying Person is separate and distinct from the license status of any licensed residential building contractor, residential remodeler, or residential roofer they were previously associated.

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