Equivalency of Training
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)



Can I complete the Equivalency of Training CJSTC Form 76 and submit it to FDLE?
What does it cost for the Equivalency of Training process?
Once I receive my Equivalency of Training CJSTC Form 76, what do I need to do?
How long do I have to complete the training and pass the State Officer Certification Examination?
I had family problems and was not able to come to Florida to take the training and the State Certification Examination within the one year, can I apply for an extension of time?
What happens if I fail the State Officer Certification Examination?
Do I have to wait until I have passed the State Officer Certification Examination before looking for a sworn position with a criminal justice agency?
If I am hired on a Temporary Employment Authorization (TEA), do I have to follow the time limits for the TEA or for the EOT?
Once I complete the requirements of the EOT, how long do I have to get hired in a sworn position?
What happens if I am not able to find a sworn position or decide to remain where I am after I complete the requirements of the EOT?
Is there a central location I can contact to apply for multiple agencies at once?
I did not work full time as an officer, but I completed a full basic recruit course in the state I was employed. Can I qualify for an EOT?
My employing agency does not list me as a full-time officer, but my normal working hours for a week equal 40. Can I qualify for an EOT?
Is there an EOT process for Auxiliary Officers?
I am dual certified in corrections and law enforcement in my home state. Can I do an EOT for both disciplines at the same time?
I am certified in corrections in my home state, but want to become certified in law enforcement in Florida. Will I have to complete the full basic recruit training for law enforcement?