One of the top concerns incoming students have regarding their Career Development Program is the cost of tuition. At Training Concepts, we understand investing in your career is a huge decision. Our funding sources, scholarships and payment options can help you take the next step. There are many different funding options available to suit your specific training needs. Exploring which benefits you may be eligible to receive will help you progress in your career training. Understanding those benefits will help you decide which program is the right choice to help you meet your career goals.
You may receive Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) services to help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development, and job seeking skills coaching. To see if you’re eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation click here.
The Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides job training benefits for adults, dislocated workers, and youth looking to gain skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment. To qualify, you must be approved by your local workforce development agency. For more information about WIOA funding please visit:
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program was designed to help workers who have lost their previous job due to foreign outsourcing. The TAA program seeks to provide these trade-affected workers with opportunities to obtain the skills, resources, and support they need to become reemployed. The program benefits and services that are available to individual workers are administered by the states through agreements between the Secretary of Labor and each state Governor.
To use this funding, you must be approved by the local workforce development agency. For more information please visit
If you are a military spouse, the Department of Defense (DOD) offers a special funding source specifically for you. The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) can pay up to $4,000 in financial assistance for military spouses pursuing degree programs, licenses or certifications leading to employment in qualifying Career Fields.
Pay as you go on a class-by-class basis if you choose to finance your own education.
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