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Indiana Professional Licensing Agency

PLA > Professions > Manufactured Home Installer Licensing Board > License Renewal Requirements License Renewal Requirements

Pursuant to 879 IAC 1-7-1 of the manufactured home installer’s rule a MHI license shall expire on January 1 of every fourth year (2013, 2017, etc.). 

To renew the license in an “Active” status, an individual must do the following:

(1)  Pay the renewal fee of $50.00
(2)  Complete an application for renewal and signing the statement attesting to the 
       following:
       (A) the hours submitted are correct;
     (B) the licensee attended and completed the courses taken; and
       (C) to the best of the licensee’s knowledge, the courses completed meet the
             requirements of 879 IAC 1-8.
(3)  If renewing in an “Active” status the individual must complete the continuing
       education required by 879 IAC 1-8.
(4)  Submit a certification or proof of continuation of the insurance coverage or surety
      bond required by 879 IAC 1-5.

To renew the license in an “Inactive” status, an individual must do the following:

(1)  Pay the renewal fee of $50.00
     (2)  Complete and sign the application for renewal.
            (3)  Indicate "inactive"

Reinstatement of an expired or lapsed license.

Pursuant to 879 IAC 1-8-10, an individual whose license has expired or lapsed and wishes to reenter the practice of manufactured home installation must file an application to renew the expired or lapsed license. The application shall be accompanied by the following:

(1) The payment of the fee required to renew the quadrennial license specified in 879
      IAC 1-4-1.
(2) Evidence of completion of the ten (10) hours of continuing education hours
      prior to filing the  application.
        (b) The continuing education hours required must:(1) have been obtained no earlier
              than four (4) years prior to the date the application for reentry is filed; and
           (2) meet the requirements established in this rule.
         (c) Continuing education obtained by a licensee to renew an expired or lapsed
             license under this section cannot be double counted by also using them for
             credit in the renewal period in progress. The continuing education requirements
             for the renewal period in progress at the time of reinstatement are stated in
             section 11 of this rule.

Reactivation of an Inactive license.

Pursuant to 879 IAC 1-8-9, to reactivate an inactive license, a manufactured home installer must apply to the board for the reactivation on the application form supplied by the board.
Manufactured home installers who have been inactive at the date the reactivation application is filed must submit proof of completion of ten (10) hours of continuing education within the four (4) year period immediately before the date the reactivation application is filed.

Continuing education hours obtained by a licensee to reactivate an inactive license cannot be double counted by also using them for credit in the renewal period in progress. The continuing education requirements for the renewal period in progress are stated in section 11 of this rule.