If you are Active Duty Army, Army Reserve or National Guard personnel, you may be eligible for up to $4,000 of Financial Assistance from the Army Credentialing Assistance Program, which is part of the Army Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) service. This program is designed to provide assistance in getting certifications and licenses to help augment your skills in the Army, prepare for advancement opportunities, as well as help transition into civilian careers. MedCerts offers approved online programs in healthcare, IT and more – all of which can be accessed anywhere, anytime. Our certification programs lead to jobs that are in-demand and portable, both of which are important to Army personnel.*
Obtaining a certification in the current job market is a shortcut to getting a better job opportunity faster and advance your career. Today’s employers are looking at certifications as a benchmark of employee’s knowledge and skills. Your National certification shows them that you are an expert who can successfully perform the key job requirements in your field: anywhere the military life takes you.
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*To be eligible for a no-cost education through the Army Credentialing Assistance Program, you must be in the Army, Army National Guard, United States Army Reserve- Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, or Enlisted. Soldiers may use both Tuition Assistance (TA) and Credentialing Assistance (CA) up to the fiscal year TA limit of $4,000. The Army is not affiliated with MedCerts and does not endorse our services. The Department of Defense and the Department of the Army are neither affiliated with nor endorse MedCerts.
MedCerts provided everything I needed to get my billing and coding certification. The classes were well presented, interesting and not too long. The course was comprehensive, the support above average, and the quality of education was superior.