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Online Programme :
Arm Forces Credentialing Opportunities On-Line Program (AFCOOLP) is a programme that provides information on how soldiers can fulfill the requirements for civilian certifications and licenses related to their occupational specialties (OS).
  Provides background information about civilian certification and licensure.
  Identifies licenses and certificates relevant to Arm Forces OSs.
Describes how to fill any gaps between Army training and experience and civilian credentialing requirements.
  Provides information on resources available to soldiers to facilitate credentialing.
AFCOOLP serves a variety of audiences, including:
  Soldiers who want to find out what civilian credentials are required and how to obtain the credentials.
Education, Career Counselors who provide guidance on educational, professional growth, and career opportunities and requirements.
Opportunities for professional growth and civilian career preparation.
Employers and Credentialing interested in learning about how military training and experience prepares soldiers for civilian credentials and jobs.
The AFCOOLP provides day to day minor and major change as per request. Development in areas the analyses comparing civilian credential requirements with Army training. In addition, you may request a re-evaluation of Combat Arms occupational specialties to ensure that AFCOOLP provides complete information about indirectly-related certification programs. (Do not have common or directly-related civilian certifications due to the military nature of the specialty, but may include training aspects that have indirectly-related certification opportunities.) Further research to match these specialties with applicable civilian certifications. AFCOOLP maintained so that it stays up-to-date.
Related Facts
  Sixty three percent of Arm forces official needs civilian credentials.
Program Description:
WES provides Soldiers access to over hundred degree plans at local-accredited colleges and universities. Through WES, eligible Soldiers have the opportunity to earn a certificate or an associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree from a home college while taking courses from multiple colleges. Web-based courses offer unique “anytime, anywhere” flexibility, allowing Soldiers to study at times that are most convenient for them – even as their responsibilities, schedules, and duty assignments change.
WES is available to all Soldiers, but the services Soldiers receive as part of the WES enrollment vary (as detailed below);
All Soldiers enrolling in WES classes will have applicable class fees discount.
Only those Soldiers, who are in WES Package (Laptop) Participation Agreement at the point of course enrollment, will receive the services, that is, course materials (books), Internet Service Provider (ISP) access, and academic tutoring.
WES Education Academic Program
Education is made up of different program communities. Soldiers are assigned to a program community based on their chosen degree plans.
1. Aeronautical Science:
Programs related to aviation and aeronautics, including aviation technology, aviation safety, aircraft maintenance, and aviation management.
2. Allied Health; Health Care Administration (& Nutrition):
Programs related to the allied health professions, including nursing, medicines, dental and health sciences, and nutrition. Also includes programs in health care management.
3. Army Career Degrees:
Army Career Degrees are detailed degree plans created by selected WES colleges that pre-evaluate WES Guide college credit recommendations for specific OSs and match them to degrees normally taken by civilians in similar occupations.
Army Career Degrees are Associate and Bachelor's, Master’s degrees directly related to Soldiers' military occupational specialties (OSs); provided by civilian institutions that award maximum credit for related military training and occupational work experience; and specify the distance learning course options to fill any remaining knowledge gaps toward requirements.
4. Arts & Humanities:
The branches of knowledge focusing on human thought, culture, history and the liberal arts, including philosophy, literature, and art.
5. Business:
Programs in all areas of business studies, including such specializations as accounting, marketing, management, international business, and management information systems.
6. Career/Industrial Technology:
Programs that are specifically career oriented or vocational in nature and programs focusing on all aspects of industrial technology. Examples include construction technology, technology troubleshooting, office management, and welding.
7. Communications:
A field of study concerned with transmitting information using various means, such as print and broadcasting. Includes journalism, broadcasting, media studies, and advertising.
8. Criminal Justice/Security:
The study of criminal justice and the entire system of law enforcement, including apprehension, prosecution, and incarceration of those suspected of or charged with criminal offenses. Includes criminal justice, criminal justice administration, and programs focusing on security issues, such as internal and external security.
9. Education:
The field of study concerned with the pedagogy of teaching and learning. Includes programs covering all levels of education, from early childhood through secondary and postsecondary, adult education, and continuing education.
10. General/Professional Studies:
Includes programs outside the scope of the other program communities, such as programs in general studies or individual studies. Also includes professional or pre-professional studies programs.
11. Hospitality:
Includes all programs related to the hospitality industry, such as hotel and restaurant management, food service preparation, and hospitality management.
12. Information Technology:
Refers to programs related to all aspects of the development, installation, and implementation of computer systems, computer networks, and applications. Includes computer science and programming.
13. Legal Studies:
The study of law and legal systems. Includes law and paralegal and sharia programs.
14. Mathematics:
Covers all programs specializing in any aspect of mathematics.
15. Natural Sciences:
Sciences that deal with the objects and laws of nature and the physical world. Includes biology, chemistry, physics, geology and earth science, and environmental science.
16. Religious Studies:
The study of the beliefs, values, and practices of religions or belief systems. Includes religious studies..
17. Resource Management:
Covers the areas of both human resource management and the management of public resources. Includes human resource management and public administration.
18. Social Sciences:
The study of human society and the relationship of the individual in and to society. Includes such fields as sociology, political science, psychology, counseling, and anthropology.
Many other programmes are designed and available on request.

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