process was easy, attended an orientation and that was pretty much it. they provide a listing of classes and schools, you select what you want and once registered they will pay tuition (semester by semester, books, uniforms, etc.) i haven't registered yet as i'm still working on taking the teas and getting the immunizations, background, etc completed. the list can be found on their website, i put the link below.
fyi - it is workforce one
if you are eligible for tuition assistance for training: the life time maximum amount per individual paid out by workforce one for tuition and other costs associated with the training is $6,000. any tuition / other costs greater than $6,000 will be the responsibility of the individual. workforce one counselors and the schools may be able to assist you in finding grants, loans and/or scholarships
to help you pay for training costs. all customers must apply for a pell grant to use for schools that are pell eligible. attending an orientation session is the first step to enrolling. at this session you will learn about available training programs and eligibility requirements.