At this time there is not a 12 hour certified course,  you will need two 4 hour credits to meet the requirements of W.I.F.I 16 HOUR CERTIFIED COURSE.  

September 30, 2013
Below is a list of training courses acceptable to satisfy the prior training requirements, consistent with Section 75(i) of the Act, and the appropriate credit to be applied for each. It is the responsibility of the instructor to verify successful completion of prior training and apply credit as listed. Once this credit is combined with additional training hours provided by the instructor, the approved ILCCF Instructor will certify the 16-hours were met. Approved ILCCF Instructors should inform applicants how much credit they will receive for their prior training and remind them the prior training certificates must be submitted with the ILCCF Training Certificate when they apply. This list will be updated as additional courses are submitted and approved by the Department.
Course Title Acceptable Credit
Illinois Hunter Safety Course ......................................................................4 hours

Utah Concealed Carry.....................................................................................4 hours

Florida Concealed Carry ...............................................................................4 hours

Nevada Concealed Carry .............................................................................4 hours

Missouri Concealed Carry ...........................................................................4 hours

Kentucky Concealed Carry .........................................................................4 hours

Michigan Concealed Carry ..........................................................................4 hours

Chicago Firearms Safety Course ..............................................................4 hours

NRA Basic Pistol ..............................................................................................8 hours

NRA Personal Protection in the Home ...................................................8 hours

NRA Personal Protection Outside the Home .......................................8 hours

U.S Armed Forces Veteran............................................................................8 hours

Per the Act, Section 75.g. β€œAny remaining hours that the applicant completes must at least cover the classroom subject matter of paragraph (4) of subsection (b) of this Section, and the range qualification in subsection (c) of this Section.”