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  • Writer's pictureJosh Atkinson

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

Updated: Apr 1

We are excited to announce that our PMP and our PMI-ACP (Agile) certification training is GI Bill approved. PM-ProLearn is the first and only test prep program approved by the VA for CH30 (MGIB), and CH33 (Post 9-11) benefits.


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 about our training please email training@pm-prolearn.com

For info on the VA process go here: https://www.va.gov/education/how-to-apply/ 

 

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? Email training@pm-prolearn.com  


If you want to find us in weams you can search here:


Search for Project Management Professional in the state of MD.



For information about GI BILL approval from the VA go here: https://www.va.gov/education/how-to-apply/ 


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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