Important Info for NEW Students
The Office of State and Local Training (OSL) exports training across
America. These programs are tuition-free and are usually hosted by a
local department or academy.
The OSL is also the liaison to
state, local, campus, and tribal officers seeking training into FLETC
advanced training programs. These programs are designed to develop
specialized law enforcement knowledge and skills and encourage
networking among all law enforcement agencies.
will receive a confirmation notice via email or fax as soon as the
program is confirmed. Typically, programs are confirmed 30 days prior
to the start date. However, programs may cancel as late as two weeks
prior to program start date if a minimum number of students are not
registered. Registering on-line is the fastest way to receive
- The best way to
register is via the on-line registration system. This system allows you
to register at your convenience, change your courses, cancel out of a
program, and receive electronic feedback on the status of your request.
- Create an Account — This account allows you to apply for all training. This account also
lets you track the training you have applied. Once you have signed up
for the account, you will receive a user name and password by email.
Then, you will be ready to sign in and request a seat in training
If you cannot register online, print out a paper registration form.
- Training Account Login — Use If You Already Have a FLETC Training Account
Using the on-line Registration System
account allows you to apply for all training. This account also lets
you track the training you have applied for. Once you have signed up
for the account you will receive a user name (which is your email
address) and password by email. Then, you will be ready to sign in and
request a seat in training programs. You will not be able to register
other officers as a Basic User.
- This account allows you to register one or more officers for training programs.
"Training User" under User Type to sign up for the flexibility of
registering other officers. All officers registered must have a unique