- NITA Course Introduction
- Washington Department of Licensing Links and Information
- Rules and Statutes Governing the Investigative Profession
- Washington Revised Code and Administrative Code
- Examination links and suggested study resources
- Multiple quizes to enhance exam preparation
To be a licensed Private Private Investigator in the state of Washington, you need a thorough understanding of the ethical standards, legal regulations, and practical business requirements that guide your profession. This program offers a comprehensive review of the topics and information you need to know to successfully complete the Washington Investigator State Exam. This examination is required for the principals listed on the Washington Investigative License.
The course curriculum starts by walking you through the application and testing processes so you’ll know what to expect. We will showcase the rules from the Washington State Department of Licensing and review the laws and statutes governing investigators to include Chapter 308-17 of the Washington Administrative Code and Chapters 18.165 and 18.235 from the Washington Revised Code (RCW).
This NITA course also features review quizzes that offer three times as many questions as you’ll find on the exam, so you can be sure that you’re retaining the information as you go. Additionally, the course also includes links to a wide array of external resources that can help you prepare for the state exam.
Like all NITA courses, this training is available online, and on-demand so you can study and learn whenever and wherever it’s most convenient for you.