April 26, 2012

Leaving the CORPS: Career Training for the Real World


Take the first step to prepare for your post-military career or enhance your current one with Allied’s many available programs. All courses are available online from anywhere in the world.

The training provides you with the skills to move ahead in your current job or to transition from the military and build a successful post military career. Allied offers career training in the following fields:

  • Professional Programs
  • Private Investigation
  • Introduction to Computer Systems
  • Professional Property Management
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Microsoft Office Professional
  • Computerized Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to the Principles of Small Business Management
  • Professional QuickBooks

Enter the job market with a career advantage. There are a variety of skills that are in high demand in today’s corporate world and we have designed our programs to give you exactly what you need. Become proficient with computer, administrative, management and private investigation skills and be one step ahead.

Enrolling in a quick and easy military distance learning program is all it takes to get the expertise you need to join an existing company or start your own business venture. Inquire about a Professional Course or enroll today.

Enrolling in an Allied’s career program begins with two easy steps. First, we ask that you take a few minutes to fill out a student information form you can find in our website – this will help us understand your personal situation and better serve you.

After submitting this form,  a representative will discuss your career options and sign you up for one of our many available programs.

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