How to navigate this learning site.
Welcome to YourHomeFormation! We are honored you have chosen our courses.
You must register to gain access to the courses. It is necessary to create a username and a password, even for free courses.
Your personal information, including email addresses, will not be shared in any manner.
You will not be contacted except to provide you with clerical information, such as when your payment has been processed and when your course order has successfully completed.
You may also receive emails from us if the information in any of your recent courses has changed due to Wisconsin Legislative Rulemaking, or other similar changes.
You will not receive annoying routine solicitous emails.
If you have not previously registered, click on any of the buttons indicating “REGISTER” or “CREATE AN ACCOUNT.” Follow the prompts and fill out all required fields.
If you have previously registered, click the “Log In” navigation tab. Once logged in, click on any “Select a Course” or “Available Courses” tabs.
When you select a course, you will be directed to a payment page. You may select payment through PayPal or another credit card. Make your selection and fill out all necessary fields on the following pages.
When complete, click on the tab “Return to Merchant.” You will be directed back to YourHomeFormation learning site.
Before proceeding to your course, please go to “My Profiles” page (be sure you are logged in). Fill in your first and last names in the appropriate fields. Click the “Update Profile” button at the bottom of the page.
This step is necessary to receive a properly filled out Certificate of Completion.
Click on “Available Courses” navigation tab. Then click on the course which you purchased.
Scroll through the pages and click on prompts as they arise.
When all course material and quizzes are successfully completed, click on the button for your Certificate of Completion.
It is your responsibility to save the certificates to provide the Department of Safety and Professional Services proof of having successfully completed the hours for the course, if that should ever be necessary.