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Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) Program

Find information on applying for CA funding for off-duty courses and/or exams leading to an industry-recognized credential, certification, and/or license below.


Credentialing Opportunities On-Line

A web resource that helps Army Service members find information on certifications and licenses related to their jobs or civilian occupations. Visit

Call for Symposium and Roundtable Proposals

for the 2020 Army Learning Symposium

June 30-July 1, 2020
Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas
Theme: Academic and Vocational Trends and Enabling Technologies.
Deadline for Proposals: Feb 2020


United States Army Learning Symposium

This year's event aims to inform academic and industry partners on the Army's Learning Concepts for 2035 while further developing partnerships between academia and industry leaders in veteran employment. Visit Site

Posted November 13, 2019

New catalog links CARL with other libraries

“This new system is part of an enterprise effort by Army University and will be the same for 13 (Training and Doctrine Command) libraries,” said Tiffany Konczey, Army University Library Enterprise Division chief. “For CARL patrons, it means a new online catalog, which once fully implemented will allow patrons to search for both materials in the library — books, DVDs, etc. — as well as articles in the library’s subscriptions. Visit Site

Posted January 29, 2020

Army University TADLP (The Army Distributed Learning Program) Launches New Mobile-friendly website

With the New Year barely underway, The Army Distributed Learning Program located on Fort Eustis has just launched a completely redesigned website. In addition to a more polished look, the site features enhancements to allow for better navigation and user experience via ultra-mobile devices as more than half of all visitors now access the site from their cell phones and tablets. Visit Site

Posted January 22, 2020

The Army's Self-Directed Credentialing Assistance Program at Fort Campbell

As with tuition assistance, credentialing assistance is open to all eligible officers, warrant officers, noncommissioned officers, and enlisted Soldiers. But here's the big difference -- in support of credentials the Army will pay for training courses, books, materials, fees, the credentialing exam, and recertification. Visit Site

Posted December 5, 2019

NCOLCoE Launches World Campus Site

The World Campus site is the latest initiative the NCOLCoE produced to enhance the professional lifelong learning capabilities for Soldiers to share across the world. The World Campus site is a centralized online delivery system of professional military education that will make online learning easily accessible for Soldiers beyond the brick and mortar walls. Visit Site

Posted November 20, 2019

Cohort Six Fellows Officially Accepted into Syracuse University

USASMA cohort 6 fellows officially accepted into Syracuse University (SGM Justin A. Hood, DVIDS, Oct. 24) The Department of the Army officially released the names of those selected for Cohort 6 of The NCO Leadership Center of Excellence and the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Fellowship Program, Sept. 6. The NCOLCoE and the USASMA would like to extend a sincere congratulations to these Fellows recently accepted into Syracuse University. Selection for the USASMA Fellowship Program is a highly competitive and selective process designed to select the most qualified and experienced enlisted leaders in the Army, to become undergraduate instructors for future sergeants major. Visit Site

Posted November 6, 2019

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