THE ARMY CREDENTIALING
ASSISTANCE (CA) PROGRAM

The Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) program provides qualifying soldiers with up to $4,000 per fiscal year in educational benefits. Soldiers may utilize this funding to pay for all necessary books, supplies, and associated materials required for an approved training course and/or exam.

Career Academy is proud to be an approved provider of the Army Credentialing Assistance Program. The Credentialing Assistance Program is focused on adding value and competitiveness for United States Army Soldiers by helping them attain industry recognized credentials listed on the Army CA website.

What is The Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) Program?

The Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) program provides qualifying soldiers with up to $4,000 in educational benefits.
Soldiers may utilize these benefits to pay for all necessary books, supplies, and associated materials required for an approved training course and/or exam.
Utilization of this program helps to increase the Soldier’s value to and competitiveness of the Army through helping Soldiers attain industry recognized credentials. Credentialing Soldiers helps to improve overall Army readiness through retention of quality Soldiers.
This further enhances Soldiers career progression, and provides Soldiers with skills and capabilities reflective of civilian qualifications.
Funding is provided for voluntary off-duty courses and/or exams leading to an industry-recognized academic or vocational credential listed in the Army CA website.

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The Army Credential Assistance (CA) Program

Participant Eligibility

The Army Credential Assistance (CA) Program

Who is Paid For?​

The Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) program may pay for all necessary books, supplies, and associated materials required for an approved training course and/or exam.


Soldiers may use both Federal Tuition Assistance (TA) and Credentialing Assistance (CA); however, the combined usage shall not exceed the $4,000 fiscal year limit.

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