By Kyle Garrett
If you’re considering using veteran’s benefits to pay for aviation maintenance training, but you’re not familiar with the process, we’ve got a few pointers that should help you not only find VA-approved aviation maintenance training, but also understand several new benefits that will help you fund your aviation maintenance training using your veteran’s benefits.
In our new article Using Veteran’s Benefits To Pay For Aviation Maintenance Training: Three Things to Know, we offer several items to know about using veteran’s benefits to pay for aviation maintenance training, including that aviation maintenance training programs require VA approval for reimbursement. The following is a sample of the article, click through to read the entire article:
The requirements for receiving an aviation mechanic certificate are standardized, but there is still a lot of variation in training programs. Since the VA mandates a fairly stringent approval process and there are ongoing paperwork requirements, most schools have a VA representative who is very familiar with the system. This representative, the approval process, and the paperwork have a net effect of improving the quality of your aviation mechanic training by weeding out weak training courses and keeping you active in your training. Once you start training, most of the paperwork can be a managed for you, allowing you to focus on your avaition mechanic training.
In fact, this is the most important takeaway. The strigent requirements of the Post 9/11 GI Bill create better-equipped schools, more efficient training courses, and save you money during your aviation mechanic training…read more >>
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