The rules would also require training in the handling of a firearm. According to the Wisconsin State Journal:
The permanent rules set out tougher training standards than the first time around, but no Republicans raised any problems with it on Monday. DOJ officials argued again in a memo describing the permanent rules' scope that the agency must define training and proof of completion to satisfy the training requirement. The agency consulted with lawmakers on the permanent rules and no one has objected, DOJ spokeswoman Dana Brueck said in an email.
I find it interesting no Republicans have raised issues, at least so far. It'll be interesting to see what the comments are at the public hearings. I received training above and beyond what was required when I got my permit and I will be getting training at an indoor range. I think anybody who conceal carries should get such training. I also think it should be their choice.