PSAV • Private Investigator Intern VOC.PI (40 Clock Hours)
The Private Investigator "CC" (Intern) License class is offered in accordance with Chapter 493, Florida Statutes. All study material, handouts, and associated instructional material will be provided. The successful completion of two (2) written examinations is necessary for certification.
NOTE: This class is no longer "A" (24 hours) and OCP "B" (16 hours). They are combined and the entire 40 hours must be taken as scheduled.
Program Requirements - These two courses must be taken consecutively.
SCY 0051 Private Investigation I 24 hr. 0.8 cr.
SCY 0052 Private Investigation II 16 hr. 0.5 cr.
Private Investigator is an in-person course, from 9:00am to 6:00pm daily, for a total of 5 days over 2 weekends – Friday, Saturday, & Sunday (Part I) and the following Saturday & Sunday (Part II). Both courses must be taken in sequence, regardless if you have taken them previously or not.
State licensure expectations require 90% attendance. As a 40-hour total course, a student may not miss more than 4 total hours of instruction for any reason. Any student accruing more than 4 hours of absence will be dropped and must re-take the full course. Additionally, any student repeating the course after unsuccessful completion must be present and pay for the full course.
February 25, 26 & 27 + March 5 & 6
May 6, 7 & 8 + May 14 & 15
August 12, 13 & 14 + August 20 & 21
If you are interested in one of these schedules, please complete the Private Investigator Interest Form linked below and you will be contacted with details and an application link, when available.
All students must provide confirmation of Florida residency to pay the In-State rate for courses. If we are unable to confirm residency from the information provided during the application period, students must provide appropriate documentation to prove residency status or pay the out-of-state cost for the course. For more information on residency verification, please go to HCC's Proof of Residency for Tuition Purposes webpage.