Credentialing Training Funding Consultant
How can you help fund programs for individuals that can not afford your program? There are many different sources for funding training programs that lead to the participant earning a credential. The Department of Labor pushes funding to the states through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. These funds are then distributed to local boards that determine who and what training qualify for these funds. The Department of Veterans Affairs have several programs that can fund training for Veterans. Each program comes with its own set criteria for the Veteran or Dependent to access these funds. Non Profit programs like the Veterans 2 Employment Initiative will give scholarships for qualifying individuals to receive training that will increase their livability and sustainability. The Department of the Army has Credentialing Assistance Funding for Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard Service Members. Failing to understand the requirements prior to engaging with these different agencies can cost 100's of man hours, and even more in missed opportunities. Through our program we evaluate your training, help your team become compliant for the funding source or sources that best meet your needs, complete all the necessary applications, and manage and process all required documentation for 2 years.
Price Terms: Retainer covers 100 hours and is fully refundable if you do not gain approval for the funding source that VETES recommends.