Have a question about our FITTskills global trade training program or CITP designation? Find answers to our most frequently asked questions below.
I’m taking a FITTskills online course or workshop. Who should I contact if I have questions?
For any questions about course formats, deadlines, access, technical issues, etc., please send an email to email@example.com.
I registered for a FITTskills online course. When is the deadline for taking my final assessment?
You can check the date of your assessment deadline by logging into your FITT Student account. Visit http://fittfortrade.com/user and enter your FITT ID and password to log in. Select FITT Students from your account menu and then My Student Records from the dropdown menu. Here, you’ll be able to review your current and past courses, assessment deadline(s) and your final grades!
What is considered a passing grade for FITTskills courses?
The passing grade for a FITTskills course is 65%.
When will I receive my final grade?
If you write your exam online, your mark will be posted immediately. If you complete the project, your mark will be posted within 3 to 4 weeks.
Where can I find my final grade?
If you take a FITTskills course online through FITT or through one of our Delivery Partner institutions, your mark will be posted on your Student Account in the secure student-section of the FITT website. Simply log in using your FITT ID and password. If you take a FITT-accredited course at one of our Accredited Partner institutions, you’ll be able to access the marks for your FITT assessments the same way, but will need to consult your instructor for information on how to find your final grade for the courses you took at that institution.
FITT Seeking ISO Accreditation for CITP Designation
We are excited to announce that FITT will be applying for ISO 17024 Accreditation. Through this accreditation, FITT’s certified program – the CITP designation – is validated by an independent, unbiased accreditation body – the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) through the Standards Council of Canada. Learn more about ISO 17024 and changes in effect September 1, 2021.