Military, Veterans and COOL
CHAPTER 31 VR&E “VETERAN READINESS AND EMPLOYMENT” (FORMERLY KNOWN AS VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND EMPLOYMENT) – PRE-APPROVED!
Veterans currently enrolled in Chapter 31, or Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E), we’ve got great news!
Our Exam Prep Courses are 100% Pre-Approved Nationally AND Regionally by VR&E, so regardless of where in the world you are, VR&E fully pays for all Exam Prep Courses we offer, including Project Management Professional, or PMP®, PMI-ACP®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-SP®, PMI-PBA®, CAPM®, PgMP®, etc Exam Prep Courses. All you have to do is:
1. Meet with your VR&E Counselor (must be a live meeting) and tell them you want the PMP®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-PBA®, PMI-ACP®, PMI-SP®, CAPM® and/or PgMP® credential(s).
2. Give them our Tungsten ID# AAA257488957 (this ID is normally enough), Facility Code# 25146543, and Vendor/FEIN# 45-4947007
3. Your Counselor will look up up and submit the Purchase Order (P.O.) electronically (they’ll know what that means).
That’s it! We will do the rest! (just don’t forget to email us your mailing address so we know where to send your hardcopy materials; email us at email@example.com)
Just remember, it doesn’t matter what line of work, field of study, current degree plan, or industry you’re in for the credential(s) to be warranted. The fact is, it’s a necessity in today’s work environment for any and every leader, expert, supervisor and/or manager who wants to succeed to show their abilities and skillsets for practical application and knowledge.
Forbes Magazine has rated the PMP credential (2020) as the fourth most valuable credential in the world. The median income for a PMP is over $143,000USD/year! And it’s the only credential on the top 10 list that isn’t tied to any one specific field or industry, and that’s simply because it’s universal regardless of your line of work.
The Project Management Institute, or PMI, is the international Non-Profit Organization 501(c)10 which trademarked the PMP® in 1984 and has conducted numerous studies. Recent studies find that the PMP® is worth more than a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA’s earned of Accredited institutions are all of similar approximate value).
We look forward to working with you on your journey, and THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!
U.S. COOL (Credentialing Opportunities On-line) Programs Accepted!
YES, we accept all the COOL Programs! Simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request an invoice & Letter of Enrollment from us, put “COOL Program” in the subject heading, and we will send you the invoice to give to your chain-of-command for approval, and you may then forward it on to your COOL Program Payment Center. It’s that easy! We offer this for brick-and-mortar* AND live-online instructor-led courses.
Specifically for more USAF information about how to apply, please visit:
Here’s more information about the USAF COOL Program:
Air Force Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (AF COOL)
100 South Turner Blvd St. 101A
Maxwell AFB, Gunter Annex, AL 36114-3011
If you have any questions about the Program itself, please contact the Air Force COOL program office at DSN 749-5115, COM 334-649-5115, or email at CCAF.email@example.com
*Brick-and-mortar classes will resume when COVID-19 laws allow.
Forbes Magazine On PMP’s Value
- “Project Management Professional (PMP®) certifications have soared in value between 2018 to today, jumping 25% from a median salary of $114,473 in 2018 to $143,493 in 2020.” (Read More)
- Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification holders current median income is over $150,000/yr USD.
CHAPTER 31 FACT SHEET
U.S MILITARY PMP COURSE
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- We Are A Federally Certified SERVICE DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS
- Our Company’s Chief was wounded in Iraq 01/2006
- We Help Our Nation’s Veterans, Wounded Warriors, And Their Families
The Post 9/11 GI Bill does not currently cover PMP Exam Prep Courses, but we’re doing everything we can to remedy this situation. The basic fact is the GI Bill is used to pay tuition for Veterans working on degree programs at schools. It is not used to pay for credentials of any kind.
However, the one good thing that the Project Management Institute has been able to do is get the GI Bill to pay for the cost of the PMP Exam itself, currently $555.00. So that’s a start. If you fail the exam however you must re-take the exam at your own cost, currently $250.00.