If you can find, or get another copy of your training certificate, that's all you need for Florida. Florida accepts a variety of training options to include hunter safety classes if you end up having to retake something.
Utah requires you to take the Utah-specific training class, with the time limit above so you'd have to take that to apply for Utah.
Getting both seems unnecessary, unless you happen to need one of the specific states they would give you.
If you have an Illinois license and also Florida, adding Utah only gets you Washington.
If you have an Illinois license and also Utah, adding Florida gets you Florida and New Mexico.
With the increase in Utah's fees, I think it would be less expensive to get Washington if you travel there instead of Utah. The only problem is that you have to apply in person, but if you travel there on a regular basis it looks to be simple enough. They have no training requirement.
You will have to redo fingerprints for any of those. Florida requires them to be taken by an LE officer. If you go to Washington, they will take them when you apply.
Edited by Gamma, 28 August 2017 - 04:34 PM.
Illinois' FCCA is a prime example of the maxim that sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice.