No, the rules of this program do not allow for soldiers to pay for a program and then be reimbursed from Army Credentialing Assistance. The process is as follows: Soldiers must submit a request for funding through Army Ignited, once processed the finance department will contact QuickStart Learning, Inc. to process the payment for your course, then our government admissions advisor will contact the soldier to give details about starting the online course.
Advance your military or civilian IT career through Army Credentialing Assistance approved programs
Soldiers, get an industry-leading certification using your Army CA education benefits.
You are able to use $4,000 per year towards education related to your current military MOS, or to learn new skills to help you enter the civilian workforce.
Current Course Certifications & Exam Bundles
Approved For Army Credentialing Assistance
Certifications through QuickStart will assist you in obtaining better job opportunities as you transition from military service to the civilian workforce. Sharpen your skills, and make your civilian resume more competitive by showcasing your military MOS skills combined with a QuickStart IT training program.
The Process For Army Active Duty, National Guard, And Reserve Soldiers
If you are Active Duty Army, Army Reserve or National Guard personnel, you may be eligible for up to $4,000 of Financial Assistance from the Army Credentialing Assistance Program, which is part of the Army Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) service. Here's what you need to do:
Am I Eligible For This Program?
To receive funding authorization for education costs, you must be Army Active-duty, National Guard or Army Reserve personnel. Eligibility is available under varying ranks for enlisted and officer service members. Soldiers may qualify for up to $4,000 of Financial Assistance from the Army Credentialing Assistance Program
Please Note: The U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of the Army are not affiliated with nor endorse QuickStart Learning, Inc.
Army Credentialing Assistance FAQs
No, course refunds are never issued back to the soldier. In situations where a course refund is warranted, the refund is always returned directly to the Army Credentialing Assistance finance department.