Military Spouse Training Programs Using MyCAA Benefits

National Training is an approved school for the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) program, a career development and employment assistance program sponsored by the Department of Defense. This program is provides up to $4,000 for military spouse training (to civilian spouses of active-duty service members.)

MyCAA scholarships are designed to further portable careers for spouses, and can be used to pay for education, training and testing in hundreds of occupations. Funds can cover occupational license or credential examinations, and associated courses.

Under the MyCAA program, National Training, Inc., offers military spouse training in the areas of truck driving and heavy equipment.  You can verify our eligibility for participation in this scholarship program by searching for “National Training, Inc.” on the official MyCAA website.

We offer three programs, including:

How Does the Military Spouse Training Program Work?

To be eligible, you must be the civilian spouse of an active-duty service member in the paygrades of E-1 to E-5, W-1, W-2, O-1 and O-2. Also, you must complete your training while your spouse is on active-duty Title 10 orders.

You can establish a MyCAA account by visiting the MyCAA website. Once your profile information is provided, MyCAA will verify eligibility through a real-time DEERS eligibility check.

Prior to requesting MyCAA financial assistance, military spouses are required to develop an education and training (E&T) plan and upload it to their MyCAA account for approval by a MyCAA career and education consultant. Once approved, you can request financial assistance when you’re within 30 days of your course start date.

Our Military Education Specialists can help you with the details of qualifying for military spouse training through the MyCAA scholarship program. For more information, please call one of them at (800) 488-7364.

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