Advanced Training FAQ
Contact your agency's training unit to get registered for classes at the CJTC.
When applications are processed the registration system (WSCJTC LMS) is designed to send our ‘application received’ emails. If you faxed or emailed your application, please give 24 hours for processing.
The WSCJTC cannot assume a person is approved for a course when an application comes in without an approving signature.
Notification of acceptance, alternate, or denial status is sent via e-mail approximately four (4) weeks prior to the class. Emails will be sent to the student, training officer and one additional contact (if provided during the registration process).
Yes, please follow all pre-course instructions that were sent to you including pre-course assignments and materials needed to class. If you have any specific questions about pre-course work, please check the course page or contact the course registration administrative assistant or program manager.
Substitutions are not allowed. All applications are entered on a first come, first serve basis. For classes with alternates, alternates will be used to fill cancellations.
Lodging is provided for the following advanced training courses:
The registrars will email all live-ins prior to the start of the course to make sure they will be utilizing the lodging and meals provided. The WSCJTC does not reimburse agencies or students who choose to stay at a hotel or go off-site for meals. All of the mandated courses held at off-site locations are eligible for lodging and meal reimbursement using the reimbursement form provided by the instructors, and/or program manager, at the time of the course.
Unofficial transcripts are available to training officers through WSCJTC LMS online registration.
Every WSCJTC course has the course fees listed on the course’s training page.
Most, but not all, courses are invoiced to the agencies after the class is complete. Check on each course page for details.
For non-WSCJTC course, please contact the hosting agency for billing and payment information.
The exact fees, per course, may vary. Check the course page for the fees and policies for that class.
For online registration, cancellations can be online two weeks prior to class. After that, you must contact the listed registration administrative assistant or program manager for cancellations. The cancellation deadline for all classes is seven (7) days before the first day of class.
Yes, Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is the process which awards credit for learning that has taken place away from the college classroom. WSCJTC in conjunction with Highline Community College (HCC) has formed an alliance to give those that have finished BLEA 20 college credits under the Prior Learning Assessment Program (PLA).
You can ask any college to do a prior learning assessment and read College Credit for Basic Law Enforcement Academy (BLEA) - Prior Learning Assessment and Prior Learning Assessment - Highline College Information.