How do I enroll in a NTDS course and apply for Veterans Benefits?

Individuals who want to use their VA or GI Bill entitlement must enroll in an eligible course, provide a copy of their DD-214, and complete the VA 22-1990 (Application for Education Benefits). NTI will then submit your application for benefit payment.

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I am a military veteran. Am I eligible for educational benefits?

For all G.I. Bill programs, your eligible educational benefits portion must be used within 10-15 years of your official discharge date. Eligible chapters are: Chapter 33: Post  9-11 GI Bill Chapter 30: Montgomery GI Bill, Chapter 32: VEAP And in cases where the Veterans Administration has counseled and approved them: Chapter 31: Disabled Veterans Chapter 35: Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance. Reimbursement benefit...

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Are you approved for the military spouse education program (MyCAA)?

Yes, most of National’s training programs are approved for the training of military spouses under the MyCAA program, including the Heavy Equipment Operators Program. If you are eligible for MyCAA benefits, you can use them to pay for your course. For more details, visit our website page on this by clicking here.

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I will be separating from active duty within a year. What benefits am I eligible for?

All of National Training, Inc. programs are approved for GI Bill Educational Benefits through the VA. This includes Active Duty personnel who want to start training before they separate from the military, with either National Truck Driving School or National Training Earth Movers School.

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Are you approved for the training of veterans?

Yes, most of National’s training programs are approved for the training of veterans, including the Heavy Equipment Operators Program. If you are eligible to receive GI Bill benefits, you can use them to pay for your course. For more details, visit our website page on this by clicking here.

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