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GI Bill Approved Certifications

by Jake
(Ft Lewis, WA)

There are a lot of us guys in the service who are looking at getting these certifications, would you be able to tell me which ones are GI BILL friendly?

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GI BILL
by: Anonymous

ISSA IS WHAT YOU NEED TO LOOK INTO. THEY ARE VERY MILITARY-FRIENDLY AND RECOGNIZED BY DANTES.

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ISSA 100% armed forces tuition assistance
by: Anonymous

ISSA fully qualifies for Armed Forces Tuition Assistance. AVOTEC and Military Spouse Financial Assistance fully cover the program too. And it's not just the personal trainer cert--TA covers up to $4500, so you can enroll in their elite and master trainer programs (6 credentials!) and have it 100% covered. Just fill out your TA forms or talk to your ESO. issaonline.edu/military has specific instructions for each branch and for spouses. Check it out!

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PROPTA
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call PROPTA, they have a great support system. they help you all the time. they have many courses GI Bill approved in many languages.


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NPTI and the GI Bill
by: Dan

The National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) accepts the GI bill for the following locations: Orlando, FL, Chicago, IL, Vienna, VA, Richmond Heights, OH, Norwalk, CT, Rochester Hills, MI, Philadelphia, PA, Waltham, MA and Lyndhurst, NJ.

Definitely worth looking into these locations if you have the GI Bill - that's a $6,300.00 tuition paid for!

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ISSA no longer covered by TA
by: Anonymous

I recently went to get TA for ISSA but the Army Ed center said that in order to take the course, I would have to use the GI Bill. Still not a bad deal regardless. However, I talked to the ISSA military liason and he proved to be very helpful. Apparently there is a program that will be covered by TA starting up sometime around July. So just wait if you can.

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If you are also college educated...
by: Casey

www.acptcertification.com
NCCA Accredited
Highest Credentials Necessary

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VA benefits welcome
by: Anonymous

Try Guardian College in Meridian (guardian.edu.) Hands on training, VA and Voc Rehab benefits accepted. They have a 10 week NASM-developed curriculum taught by successful trainers. One of the admissions reps (Emmily)is a veteran, as are some of the instructors at the school.

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You can get reimbursed for NASM CPT
by: Kyle

The VA will reimburse you once you pass the NASM CPT. They will pay for the cost of the exam, which is $599. You do have to pay for the exam and course materials up-front, but they will reimburse you the $599 once you pass the exam and get certified.

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