DRINKING WATER & WASTEWATER PROFESSIONALS 


License Renewal

Applications to renew your license must be made before your expiration date each year in order for your license to remain valid.

License renewal applications are mailed approximately six (6) weeks before the license expiration date. This renewal notice is sent to your mailing address on record. If you do not receive a renewal notice, you may contact the Bureau to confirm your address and have a duplicate notice sent to you.  

When submitting your renewal application to the Bureau office, you must include responses to all questions, your signature, and payment of the appropriate fee(s) before the expiration of your license. 

NOTE: If you fail to renew your license before its expiration date a reinstatement fee will be required by �67-2614, Idaho Code and cannot be waived. In addition, you may be required to submit continuing education or other required documentation prior to the reinstatement of your license.   

The most efficient way to submit your renewal application and payment of fees is through the ONLINE renewal system. There are no additional fees for this service.

 

                                                                                   Continuing Education

When submitting your renewal application to the Bureau office, you must include responses to all questions, your social security number, your signature and the appropriate fee(s). Compliance with the continuing education requirement will also be necessary. Everything must be received by the Bureau before the expiration of your license. DO NOT SEND ORIGINALS OR COPIES OF CONTINUING EDUCATION CERTIFICATES TO THE BUREAU UNLESS YOU ARE BEING AUDITED. Each licensee must maintain possession of documentary evidence of compliance with the CE requirements. The Board will conduct random audits to insure compliance with those requirements.

AUDITS

The Board conducts annual audits to insure compliance with the continuing education requirements. Audits may be initiated anytime after you renew your license. By signing your renewal application, and answering "Yes" to the question that you have met the continuing education requirements, you are certifying to the Board that you have already obtained proof of having completed the required continuing education.

IF YOU HAVE NOT YET MET THE CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENT, DO NOT SUBMIT A RENEWAL APPLICATION INDICATING THAT YOU HAVE.

Submitting a fraudulent application for licensure is grounds for discipline against your right to practice. If you are audited, you must submit a listing of all continuing education courses completed during the previous year AND proof of attendance documentation for each course. A water or wastewater licensee may carryover a maximum of six (6) hours of continuing education to meet the next year's continuing education requirement. The same hours may not be carried forward more than one (1) renewal cycle. If you are audited and you carried forward hours, you must submit complete documentation for both the audit period and for the previous year.

Failure to submit the required documentation may result in Board action against your right to licensure. You should review the the Board rules regarding continuing education before signing up for any continuing education offerings.

The most efficient way to submit your renewal application and payment of fees is through the ONLINE renewal system. There are no additional fees for this service. NOTE: Your social security number, birth date, and license number must all be in the Bureau's database in order to access the online process. If you cannot access the online database, your renewal application must be submitted by mail or in person. We cannot enter social security numbers or birthdates to your record by phone.

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