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FAQs about Network CyberSecurity Training for Veterans

VA – Chapter 33 & Chapter 31
Network CyberSecurity Training

Job Readiness Training for Veterans: FAQs

Will this training cost me anything?

For qualified veterans, this program is a benefit earned through military service through the VA’s Post-9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) or the VA’s Chapter 31 program that helps Veterans with service-connected disabilities.

NBCT has experts to guide you through the process that will confirm your eligibility.

What kind of technical certification will I receive?

New Beginnings Network CyberSecurity Training Program for veterans includes four (4) CompTIA®* industry-recognized certifications:

  • CompTIA ITF Plus certification
  • CompTIA A+ certification
  • CompTIA Network + certification
  • CompTIA Security + certification

*CompTIA® (The Computing Technology Industry Association) is the leading provider of IT certifications in the world. With worldwide acceptance, these are some of the most sought-after certifications.

How much do Network CyberSecurity jobs pay?

The increase in network security breaches has resulted in a demand for certified professionals that exceeds the available workforce in Indiana. Network Security positions’ salaries ranged from $65,000 to $150,000 in 2022 and are only projected to increase with the increased demand. Act now to get help filing for VA benefits.


What kind of jobs will I qualify for after completing the training?

Program graduates will have the capabilities to take on the following roles:

  • Security Systems Administrator
  • Technical Director
  • Security Analyst
  • Director of Network Security
  • Network Security Architect
  • Network Security Engineer
  • Security Software Developer

It is estimated that one in every three US companies has experienced a breach of their network, and these security breaches are growing every year! This need has created a demand that far exceeds the available workforce. AND this demand is projected to grow by 95% in the next five to ten years.

Do I qualify if I have no IT experience?

Absolutely. NBCT’s Network CyberSecurity Training is designed to prepare even those who are new to the world of IT for a high-paying job in Network Security. Tailored for Veteran job readiness and employment, the training will prepare you with the skill and know-how to guard a company’s electronic data, computer systems, and networks against theft and breaches…and more!

What makes the NBCT Network CyberSecurity Training Program different?

You’ll finish in less than a year. NBCT is not a multi-year college program. Instead, NBCT provides a focused, rapid-training program. Plus, you are NOT required to take math, writing, history, and other elective courses. Finish in just 12 months with four industry-recognized technical certifications and the skills employers want.

You’ll get the know-how AND the practical HANDS-ON training employers want. With this tailored job readiness training program, you don’t just learn information. NBCT prepares you with HANDS-ON experience with the latest Cisco routers, switches, and other network equipment companies in Indiana are using now! You’ll get to DO the network security functions, not just learn about them. This experience is important and, coupled with your service, makes you stand out to potential employers.

You’ll focus on information that’s important to employers. Get training from industry professionals, not professors. At NBCT, you’ll receive focused, comprehensive training on protecting a company’s computer networks and systems, You’ll master the keys to securing hardware, software, and the electronic data employers worry about, guarding them against theft, damage, or service disruption, and much more!

Get started now!


1. Complete the easy form below.


2. We will contact you within one business day with details and will guide you through the VA application process.


3. Discover the new career opportunities (and a better future!) in Network CyberSecurity.

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