Administration Staff Working Remotely

CITC’s Administrative Staff will be working remotely through Monday, January 24. All in-person and virtual classes will run as scheduled. Customers can register for classes through the website 24/7 and staff will be processing orders, sending class confirmations, responding to customer inquiries, and reporting online course completions remotely.

Need help? The quickest way to reach a staff member is through email at, which is being monitored from 8am-5pm Monday through Friday. Customers can also leave a voicemail at 877-238-8647 and a staff member will reach back out to you at their earliest availability.

Winter 2022 Schedule Now Available

In-person, Virtual and Exam Prep classes for Electrical Trainees, Journey-level Electricians, Plumbers and Plumber Trainees for January through April 2022 are now open and available for enrollment! More classes in Tacoma, Spokane, and other locations coming soon!


Receive One (1) FREE 8-hour continuing education in-person or virtual course with the purchase of Five (5) 8-hour in-person or virtual classroom courses. Discount applied automatically for orders placed through the website. In order to redeem coupon, classes must be bought in a bundle. Discounts available at the time of purchase ONLY and can not be redeemed after your order has been placed. Not valid with any other offers. No cash value. Expires 4/30/2022.

Now Hiring CEU Instructors for the Upcoming Year!

CITC is seeking Continuing Education instructors who are interested in teaching in-person and/or virtual courses on a part time or on-call/substitute rotation starting in January 2022. For more information, click here.

Temporary Allowances for Trainees Ending on March 31, 2022

Below is an excerpt from the November 2021 issue of L&I’s Electrical Current Newsletter. To view the complete newsletter, click here.

After receiving advice from the Electrical Board during last week’s meeting, we are announcing March 31, 2022 as the end date for temporary allowances for trainees. After March 31, 2022:

  • Education providers must cease virtual delivery of basic classroom instruction classes for trainees. All instruction after March 31, 2022 must be in person.
  • Trainees expiring before April 1, 2022 may continue to work legally for 90 days from the date their certificate expires. Such trainees must complete 48 hours of basic classroom instruction and renew no later than 90 days after their expiration date.
  • Trainees expiring on or after April 1, 2022 must complete 48 hours of basic classroom instruction and renew before their expiration date.


Due to the limited availability and high demand for in-person and virtual courses, CITC will be strictly enforcing our No Show, Transfer and Refund Policies. [Click here to read the full No Show, Transfer and Refund Policy].

We strongly encourage any student who will not be able to attend a scheduled class to contact CITC via email at or toll-free at 877-238-8646 as soon as possible so that we can help transfer you to another class without penalty, and are able to offer your space to another student in need of in-person classroom hours.


All of CITC’s continuing education courses (both online and in the classroom) have been approved by Washington State Labor & Industries. CITC will never offer continuing education courses that have not been approved by L&I. If you have any questions or concerns about a course you are interested in, please don’t hesitate to contact CITC toll-free at 877-238-8646.

For more information, contact the Continuing Education Department toll-free at 877-238-8646 or via email at


CITC programs are open to the public. CITC encourages diversity and accepts applications from all minority populations. CITC admits students of any race, creed, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, veteran or military status, and sexual orientation, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at CITC. CITC does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability, in the administration of CITC’s educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, other school-administered programs, or otherwise. CITC acknowledges that information pertaining to an applicant’s disability is personal and confidential. If the information is presented, CITC will reasonably attempt to provide accommodation to overcome the effects of the limitation of the qualified applicant. All inquiries about accommodations should be made to the Lead Office Administrator/Registrar upon registration into the program. Some programs may require medical documentation due to the rigors of the program. CITC operates under FERPA Statute 20 USC Section 1232 and regulation 34 CFR Part 99.