How does he know what the DOJ will require before they announce it? Psychic hotline? I realize one can make some reasonable assumptions based on what is stated in ACT 35, but until DOJ issues its proclamation complete certitude is not guaranteed. That is why I will not advocate for anyone to take any training that bills itself as meeting the Wisconsin requirements. I have taken a Utah course for my own amusement, but I am under no illusions that it would qualify for Wisconsin permit, nor does it need to in my case because I already posses one of the specific qualifiers as stated in ACT 35. I don't want to discourage folks from taking a class, but people cannot be sure of what the DOJ will come up with before hand. I will go as far as saying that any Person or Company that tells you that their course meets Wisconsin requirements is LYING. The probability that most of the training being pushed will qualify may be high, but if you want to gamble you don't need a trainer you need a casino. The Indians will be happy to take your money, and you might get a free drink or two out of the deal.