I’ve found a very good new for Army,

Active duty? Starting now — as a soldier, officer or Wounded Warrior serving on active duty, including National Guard and Reserve Soldiers on extended active duty, funding is available to assist you with technical, vocational or advanced training and re-trainingthrough the Army Vocational/Technical (AVOTEC) Pilot Program. 

Click here to learn about Army Vocational/Technical (AVOTEC) Pilot Program

This program is designed to help you acquire short-term training in today’s high-demand careers. You may use up to $4,500 per fiscal year under the AVOTEC Program. Your education must be finished in less than 18 months; and completed through an approved institution. You also need to enroll before September 30, 2009 to be eligible.

Choose from these available certificate programs at Allied Schools:

– Real Estate Inspection Career Training Program
– Property Management Career Training Program
– Introductory Real Estate Career Training Program (CA, VA, GA, FL, TX or WA)
– Real Estate Appraisal Career Training Program
– Dental Office Assistant Career Training Program
– Medical Billing Career Training Program
– Medical Coding Career Training Program
– Medical Transcription Career Training Program
– Medical Administrative Assistant Career Training Program (Billing or Terminology)
– Medical Billing Specialist
– Entrepreneurial Business Career Training Program
– Professional Administrative Assistant Career Training Program
– Financial Accounting Career Training Program
– Microsoft Office Professional Career Training Program
– Professional Private Investigator Career Training Program
– Introduction to Computer Systems Career Training Program

The short-term pilot program is intended to provide training in high-demand career fields to help you find employment when you transition out of the Army. Comprehensive career training can give your post-military career an advantage. Take advantage of 100% online programs — learn anytime, anywhere. Create a fulfilling post-Army career today!

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