FAQs about the VRRAP VA Program & Cyber Security Training for Veterans
VRRAP VA Program &
Cyber Security Training for Veterans
What is the VRRAP program?
The Veterans Rapid Retraining Assistance Program (VRRAP) offers up to 12 months of training assistance to unemployed Veterans. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Labor (DOL) worked together to roll out this new program. The Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance Program (VRRAP) offers education and training for high-demand jobs to Veterans who are unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Will this training cost me anything?
The program is completely free for qualified veterans under the VRRAP program. We will guide you through the VRRAP application process that will confirm your eligibility.
What kind of jobs will I qualify for after completing the training?
The New Beginnings Computer Training (NBCT) Cyber Security training program is different from most: you’ll get multiple industry-recognized certifications during your training. These can qualify you to move into higher-paying cyber security roles. Examples include:
- Cyber Security Analyst
- Cyber Security Specialist
- Cyber Security Engineer
- Cyber Security Consultant
- And more!
What kind of cyber security certification will I receive?
New Beginnings Cyber Security Training Program for veterans includes four industry-recognized certifications:
- CompTIA A+
- CompTIA Security+
- CompTIA PennTest+
- Microsoft AZURE Active Directory
How much do cyber security jobs pay?
The average cyber security salary in the United States is $112,974 a year and can range from $82,936 to $125,664 according to Zip Recruiter.
Do I qualify if I have no experience or knowledge of computers?
No experience is needed to qualify; this is a comprehensive program. It’s our job to train you to be a cyber security expert!
Am I eligible for the VRRAP program?
To be eligible for the VRRAP program you must meet the following requirements:
- At least 22 years old, but not older than 66
- Unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic
- Not rated as totally disabled because you can’t work
- Not enrolled in a federal or state jobs program
Complete the form below to connect with NBCT. We will guide you through the VRRAP application process to find out if you are eligible.
What makes the NBCT Cyber Security Training Program different?
The New Beginnings Computer Training Cyber Security Training Program gives you HANDS-ON, REAL-WORLD cyber security training from industry experts. Don’t just learn information… practice and apply it so you’ll be ready to work in companies around the world!
- You’ll finish in less than a year. NBCT is not a multi-year college program. Instead, we provide a rapid-training program that takes less than a year to complete. You are NOT required to take math, writing, history, and other elective courses. Finish in just 50 weeks and be ready for the job market!
- You’ll get HANDS-ON training that really matters. In the NBCT program, you don’t just pass certifications and learn information. We use simulators and lots of exercises so that you get to DO cyber security tasks, not just learn about them. This experience is important and very attractive to potential employers.
- You’ll focus on information that’s important to employers. Get training from industry professionals. Receive focused, comprehensive training on protecting computer systems and networks, securing hardware, software, or electronic data, guarding them from theft, damage or service disruption, and much more!
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