CITC’s offers affordable and convenient CEU courses!
Whether you choose a Washington State classroom or online course from CITC for your continuing education requirements, we will make sure fulfilling your licensing renewal requirements will be worth your time. We also provide classes for plumbing and electrical trainees who need to renew their Washington trainee cards. Our courses are developed to meet the continuing education requirements set by the Washington State and are taught by local, licensed professionals. Our courses provide practical and useful information that you can apply immediately on the job.
We encourage feedback from our participants and welcome suggestions for new continuing education courses that are of interest to your industry.
Winter 2014 Continuing Education Catalog
The Winter 2014 Continuing Education catalog, which includes Washington State-Approved courses for Electrical Trainees, Journey-level Electricians, Journey-level Plumbers and Plumber Trainees for January 2014 through April 2014 is now available to download. Printed copies should be arriving via mail in the next 7-14 days.
Medical Gas Piping Certification
March 11-14, 2014
This blended classroom and hands-on lab course provides four days of intense training on medical gas pipeline equipment, such as proper alarm and valve placement, compressors, vacuum pumps and manifolds. Participants who complete the course will receive 12 hours Plumbing Code continuing education credit for Washington State, QB-484 brazing qualification and documentation certifying participant as a state-approved medical gas installer. Click here to learn more or to register today!
2014 National Electric Code (NEC)
Effective July 1, 2014, all state inspections and licensing exams will be based on the current version of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 19.28 and Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 296-46B, and the 2014 National Electrical Code.
Since Washington was not able to adopt the 2011 NEC, careful preparation is more important than ever. To be prepared for the 2014 NEC, it is advisable to get a new code book as soon as possible and enroll in a one of CITC’s new 2014 NEC Update courses for Electrical Trainees and Journey-level Electricians.
“The instructor was full of good information and made a dry subject fun.”
- Ed G., California
“The instructor made a potentially boring topic interesting and enjoyable. His real world experience on the topic was invaluable and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend CITC to my colleagues.”
-Ken R., WA State