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  • Writer's pictureJosh Atkinson

GI BILL to pay for PMP and PMI-ACP (AGILE) training with PM-ProLearn

Updated: Jun 25

 

We are excited to announce that our PMP and our PMI-ACP certification courses are both fully funded by CH33 Post 9-11 GI Bill and CH35. We are the ONLY approved training provider for both certifications. Unfortunately CH30 does NOT pay for cert prep.


How much GI Bill does it take to get certified? One month of eligibility

How much time does it take: One week of class plus 5 weeks of studying.


To help you we have built this process guide as a tool to shepherd you along the way.


THIS IS A VA REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM WHERE YOU ARE PAID BACK

AFTER YOU SIGN UP AND PAY FOR A COURSE OUT OF POCKET

 

If you have any questions please let us know here https://www.pm-prolearn.com/request-info

 

Process:

1)     Confirm GI BILL eligibility and apply for VA educational benefits here: https://www.va.gov/education/how-to-apply/ 

2)     Find a class you would like to take on our website:

3)     Pay for the course through our website with your own credit card. For PMP, request a discount first to reduce the price to $2,000 to remain below GI Bill funding limits. https://www.pm-prolearn.com/request-funding-invoice 


After you're enrolled:

1)     Fill out the VA Form 22-10272 and use your purchase receipt.

2)     Upload your completed Form, the invoice, and either a copy of our enrollment email or a screenshot from the LMS that shows you are enrolled in the desired class to https://www.va.gov/?next=%2Fmy-va%2F

3)     Get reimbursed by the VA in less than 15 days.


If you are unsure where to start, what cert is right for you or how the process works please let us help by requesting information here: https://www.pm-prolearn.com/request-info  


If you don't have any GI BILL Benefits left and you are over 10% disabled, then VR&E might be an option PM-ProLearn is also approved.

 




 Types of Chapter Benefits and how much is covered

 

Chapter 33 

Effective August 1, 2022, one month of entitlement will be charged for every $2,200.96 of benefits paid, however, the maximum reimbursement for a Prep test is $2,000 which would be 27.26 days of entitlement.

 

Chapter 35

Effective October 1, 2021, one month of entitlement will be charged for every $1,298.00 for benefits paid, however, the maximum reimbursement for a Prep test is $2,000 which would be 46.22 days of entitlement.

 

 

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