Fort Hood Hybrid,
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or Online Classes
Starting September 3, 2019
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On-site DFW and On-line classes starting Sept 3, 2019
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Hybrid On-Line Courses
Classes Starting September 3, 2019
Orientation in person
2 lab classes in person (Ft Hood or DFW)
Contact with a live teacher
On-base Hybrid classes must have 15 students
On-line classes have no minimums
Must register 30 days before class starts
According to DoD guidelines, it is understood that The Department of Defense and the Department of the Army are neither affiliated with nor endorse PCCenter.
Classes are scheduled based on demand. If you are interested in a class, request it. With a 10 person minimum, it may be added to the schedule.
Information on new Army Credentialing Assistance Program
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A new Army Credentialing Assistance Program began on October 1, 2018 in Texas before a projected rollout to the entire service in fiscal year 2020. The program, which has similar rates and eligibility as tuition assistance, will provide Soldiers up to $4,000 each year to pay for credentials that will prepare them for life after the military.
WASHINGTON -- A new Army Credentialing Assistance Program is set to begin a one-year limited user test in Texas this fall before a projected rollout to the entire service in fiscal year 2020.
The program, which has similar rates and eligibility as tuition assistance, will provide Soldiers up to $4,000 each year to pay for credentials that will prepare them for life after the military.
When fully implemented, the program will allow Soldiers to choose from more than 1,600 credentials currently offered on the Army's Credentialing Opportunities Online website. The program currently offers training in 28 key credentials. To find out which programs, PCCenter offers, speak to PCCenter's admissions representative by calling 972-239-5700 or emailing us at email@example.com .
Many of those credentials offer promotion points and are recognized by civilian industry, including jobs in healthcare, plumbing, information technology and aviation repair.
In the initial test, every Soldier stationed at Fort Hood, in addition to Army National Guard and Selected Reserve Soldiers who serve in Texas, will be able to choose from nearly 30 different credentials.
Simmons, S. (2018). New Army credentialing assistance program to be tested this fall. Army News Service.