Forms and Publications

Search by:   for     

Browse By Subject  |  Most Requested  |  Required L&I Workplace Posters  |  Spanish Language Documents  |  Show all L&I Forms/Pubs


View:    Sort by:       
Title/Description:

Type:

Electrical Continuing Education Instructor Application

An application to receive approval from L&I to instruct electrical continuing education courses.



Form
F500-090-000


 
Electrical Education Course Application

Used to get approval of a course as an electrical continuing education class. This application must be received by L&I at least 30 days before the course is offered.



Form
F500-068-000


 
Elevator Continuing Education Course Application

This is used to apply for approval of elevator related continuing education courses.



Form
F621-077-000


 
Plumber Continuing Education Course Application

This form is used by the course sponsor to submit continuing education courses for plumber certification.



Form
F627-037-000


 
Self Insurance Continuing Education Sponsor/Instructor Application for Course Approval

Used by sponsors or instructors of continuing education courses, when requesting the department assign credit to a course so that department-approved claims administrators who attend can earn credit toward recertification under the Self Insurance Continuing Education program.



Form
F207-192-000


 
Self-Insurance Continuing Education Application for Course Approval and Attendance

Used by Certified Claims Administrators to apply for continuing education credits for a course attended that has not been approved for credits.



Form
F207-206-000


 
Facts about State Certification for Plumbers
Fact sheet: Explains plumber classifications, certification requirements, including required exams, and the application and renewal processes, including continuing education requirements.

Publication
F627-022-000


 





End of main content, page footer follows.

Access Washington official state portal

© Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries. Use of this site is subject to the laws of the state of Washington.