How much is Citi training?

The cost to attend CITI Program – Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative ranges from $30 to $600 depending on the qualification, with a median cost of $100.

Are Citi program quizzes timed?

No, CITI allows you to work at your own pace to complete the necessary modules and corresponding exams in each course. Yes, the test modules may be taken as many times as needed. When you complete the test and do not pass, you can select Re-enter. This will allow you to select and retake any of the individual modules.

What is the purpose of IRB approval?

The purpose of IRB review is to assure, both in advance and by periodic review, that appropriate steps are taken to protect the rights and welfare of humans participating as subjects in the research.

What does Citi program stand for?

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative

How long do CITI courses take?

approximately 4.5 hrs

What is a full IRB review?

Full-Board Review Research that does not qualify for expedited or exempt review (presents more than minimal risks to subjects) will receive review at a fully convened IRB committee meeting.

What does Citi stand for?

How do I verify my Citi training?


  1. Log on to the CITI course site.
  2. Go to the Learner Main Menu,
  3. Scroll down to Learner Utilities.
  4. Follow the Link to Update profile information for CITI Program.
  5. Provide the new information and Submit.

Does Citi Program report cheating?

CITI Program and Subscribing Organizations take training requirements very seriously. Allegations of inappropriate use will be investigated, and the results may be reported to the organization(s) with which a learner is affiliated.

How long is Citi GCP training?

around three to six hours

Which type of research does not need to get an IRB approval?

Publicly available data do not require IRB review. Examples: census data, labor statistics. Note: Investigators should contact the IRB if they are uncertain as to whether the data qualifies as “publicly available.”

What is IRB training?

Human participant research ethics (IRB) training is mandatory for all personnel listed on expedited and full board protocols, and must be renewed every 5 years. All research personnel listed on an expedited or full board protocol are required to complete human participant research ethics (IRB) training.

Is Citi training required?

This course is optional and does not replace either a Basic or Refresher course. If specifically required by the IRB, an HRP Compliance Course for both biomedical and social-behavioral investigators is also available. This course if optional and does not replace either a Basic or Refresher course.

Where is the IRB located?

IRBs are administered on a federal level by the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), an office within the Department of Health and Human Services.

How often does Citi training need to be completed?

How long is my CITI human subjects training certification valid? The CITI certification in Human Subjects must be renewed every three years. If you do not renew your certification the IRB will not be able to process applications, renewals or modifications to your study.

How do you become an IRB member?

To become an IRB member, we ask:

  1. Members are asked to make a minimum of a three-year commitment to serving on the board.
  2. Members agree to attend one or two IRB meetings per month on the University of Iowa Campus.
  3. The time commitment is approximately 4-8 hours per month.

How do I do CITI training?

To register for the CITI course, click Register for the CITI Course. You will then be asked to choose your institution. Individuals from Hunter College should choose Participating Institutions from the drop down menu, and then choose City University of New York (CUNY). Click Submit.