All about Online Career Training Programs for Military Spouses
Military men and women get redeployed now and then. After a short period of months, they get deployed to other stations. The [people who get affected by this redeployment of military offices are the spouses, especially the ones who are working as career men and women. It becomes hard for the spouse to remain in employment. It is also hard for a military spouse to take any career education course as she or he does not know when the next redeployment will happen.
However, thanks to advanced technology, military spouses can be able to take up online career training programs. The spouses are able to enroll for distance learning programs while based at any part of the world. Various institutions do not limit the location of the learner, thus providing the courses to students globally. Online training programs has allowed several military spouses to advance their careers without considering deployment as a hindering factor.
A program referred to as Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) is available to military spouses to financially assists them acquire degrees and certifications or licenses in any career field. The scholarship programs have benefited several military spouses to become professionals in different fields. Military spouses willing to get certification or licensing or willing to become a professional in teaching, medicine, etc. have all benefited from the program. Military spouses now have the burden offloaded from their shoulder.
Beneficially is expected to have an account with MyCAA in order to benefit from the scholarship program. After thoroughly scrutinizing, the organizers will determine if the candidate qualifies to befit from the program or not. The applicants who have been selected to join the scholarship program are required to submit their applications 30 days before the course commences.
What exactly does MyCAA scholarship cater for? The programs basically caters for all costs of tuition and examination fees related to the course the spouse has chosen. MyCAA scholarship also caters for the cost of getting a license or chosen certification from an institution that has been accredited by the government’s accreditation body.
The scholarship program does not however cater for all learning costs and it is important for the military spouse to establish what is not covered before taking up the program. This includes costs of tuition or examination for courses that are not in the military spouses Education and Training Plan. If the spouse had already enrolled for a course before joining the program, the program will also not cater for that, as well as a course that the spouse had previously taken.
It does not also cover for deposits or any payment that the candidate wish to make in future, unless the course been paid for is part of the course the spouse has enrolled for. Another necessity omitted in the MyCAA online training program is the cost of uniforms or books, amongst many more.