It might be helpful for someone to create a sticky that always stays at the top of the list that contains basic information about the process of obtaining a CC permit.
I have questions such as how much does it cost?
Most of your questions are answered at http://bci.utah.gov/CFP/CFPHome.html
The cost is $65.25. You must also provide a finger print card. Most police stations provide fingerprinting services for around $10. BCI will do this for $13.
Varies based on demand. Right now, they seem to be coming back in a month or so.
What are the basic requirements?
Take the course, pay the money and submit the application, pass the criminal background check, and that's about it.
How much training is involved?
The CFP courses are usually 3 or 4 hours. No shooting is required, though some courses offer or require it. Be sure to have your instructor sign your application. Courses are usually around $20 or so. Mine was free at Cabelas because I work at a state university.
Where are the classes held?
All over the place. You can even pay instructors to do the class in your home. Contact your local gun store, gun club, or many of the instructors on here (check the Training section) for details.
Trainers have to be certified by the state. Instructions are on the BCI site.
What forms have to be filled out?
Just the new applicant form at http://bci.utah.gov/CFP/ccwapp.pdf
You have to include payment or credit card number, the finger print card, a copy of your drivers license, a passport type photo (take your own and have it taken and printed at Walmart, Kinkos, etc.), and the signature and stamp of your CFP course instructor.
It's really a very easy process.