In order to meet the federal and state mandates for social distancing and limited gatherings, relative to the COVID-19 pandemic, all ‘in-person’ classes have been cancelled for an undetermined time. Once federal and state travel restrictions have been lifted and approval for gatherings has been waived, the State of Tennessee will resume the requirement for ‘in-person’ class attendance, if health and safety can be maintained for all.
Take this opportunity now, to complete your 2020 education online!
If you have not registered for 2020 Continuing Education, an online educational class will be offered for a limited time.
If you need an initial licensing educational class to pursue a license or a certification, online modules/videos will now be offered. See More.
Note: Class fees cover Phase I and Phase II.
Phase I includes links to all statutory educational requirements. These access links are for class reference materials, a series of online narrated instructional modules/videos (13), as well as content examinations (11). Upon successful completion of the educational curriculum, a certificate of attendance will be issued.
Phase II of meeting initial licensing statutory requirements will be passing a State issued exam, given by Morris & McDaniel, Inc, which is the contracting proctor firm hired by the State of Tennessee. The Association will notify you when the State resumes in-person testing, or provides additional guidance on remote testing, through Morris & McDaniel, Inc.
All license and certification holders are responsible for ensuring the integrity of their individual license.
The initial licensing and continuing education classes are provided by the Tennessee Housing Association (THA) as a courtesy to industry members and affiliates. THA is not responsible for a loss of certification or license, if you do not schedule your required training in a timely manner.
Please note the requirements of registration below, to attend one of THA’s educational offerings. DO NOT DELAY IN COURSE REGISTRATION.
There is now a separate registration form for each type of educational offering. (Initial licensing will be on one form, and continuing education will be on a separate form.)
Operating without a manufacturer, retailer or installer license will result in civil penalties.
Reference Tennessee Code Annotated 68-126-206 and 68-126-404, respectively.
As a prerequisite to renewal of a license as a retailer or installer, the license holder shall present proof of having completed five (5) hours of continuing education in manufactured home installation.
Reference Tennessee Code Annotated 68-126-206(b) and 68-126-404(e), respectively.
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