The most common reason you cannot log in is that your Social Security Number is not on file with the Board office. You must contact the Board office.
You must have a printer available to print your license card and a confirmation statement.
Yes. You can change your address at any time online, not just during your renewal period.
There is a 120 day renewal window. Renewals will be available online beginning 60 days before your expiration date and ending 60 days after your expiration date. After that time your license will be cancelled and you must reinstate. However, you cannot do work in Kansas after the expiration date.
No. There is a 60 day grace period built into the renewal process. If you do not renew your license within 60 days after the expiration date, you must reinstate. See the web page www.kansas.gov/ksbtp for a Reinstatement application.
The windows for renewing may overlap. However, you must renew each license individually.
You must contact the Board office.
You must send written notice to the Board office that you do not wish to renew your license.
Select the button for "Retired status and not currently practicing a technical profession. (K.A.R. 66-14-6(d))" on the Continuing Education page of the online renewal.
You must complete a Return to Practice application on the web page at www.kansas.gov/ksbtp.
Online renewal is fast and convenient, saving time and resources.
Kansas.gov has dealt in online government transactions since 1991. Since our inception, we have handled millions of dollars worth of e-government transactions.
We utilize Secured Socket Layer (SSL) protocol for Internet transaction security. This SSL protocol allows Kansas.gov to deliver server authentication, data encryption and message integrity. Every step of the process, from the initial submission to the final settlement, has been built with the most advanced yet user-friendly security features available.
Kansas.gov is acting as an agent of the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions. Kansas.gov will collect payment for the license before passing the information and fees along to Kansas State Board of Technical Professions.