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Free Courses for DOD
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(12-07-2017, 05:47 PM)22gunsonfire Wrote: I stumbled upon some places where DOD Active, reservists, civilians, and some vets can do some free courses.

Center for Development in Security Excellence (CDSE)                                 https://www.cdse.edu/
FSO Orientation for Non Possessing Facilities                                                      ISO 020.CU         3LL
FSO Program Management for Possessing Facilities                                         ISO 030.CU           3LL
Basic Industrial Security for the Govt Security Specialist                                  ISO 050.CU           3LL
Counterintelligence Awareness Cert                                                                       CI 201.CU           4UL
Antiterrorism Officer (ATO) Level II                                                                         GS 109.16           3LL
 
Defense Cyber Investigations Training Academy (DCITA)                             http://www.dcita.edu/
Various classes available for enrollment                (Online)


The CDSE focuses on Intel and Physical Security (antiterrorism, homeland security, or criminal justice) while DCITA is about Cyber security. Could help out those folks looking to do some specializations.

Bonus: ATO Level II was 3 UL credits prior to 08/01/2017. Some of you may already have it in your records!

Good Luck!

(12-07-2017, 05:47 PM)22gunsonfire Wrote: I stumbled upon some places where DOD Active, reservists, civilians, and some vets can do some free courses.

Center for Development in Security Excellence (CDSE)                                 https://www.cdse.edu/
FSO Orientation for Non Possessing Facilities                                                      ISO 020.CU         3LL
FSO Program Management for Possessing Facilities                                         ISO 030.CU           3LL
Basic Industrial Security for the Govt Security Specialist                                  ISO 050.CU           3LL
Counterintelligence Awareness Cert                                                                       CI 201.CU           4UL
Antiterrorism Officer (ATO) Level II                                                                         GS 109.16           3LL
 
Defense Cyber Investigations Training Academy (DCITA)                             http://www.dcita.edu/
Various classes available for enrollment                (Online)


The CDSE focuses on Intel and Physical Security (antiterrorism, homeland security, or criminal justice) while DCITA is about Cyber security. Could help out those folks looking to do some specializations.

Bonus: ATO Level II was 3 UL credits prior to 08/01/2017. Some of you may already have it in your records!

Good Luck!

Unfortunately many of those courses are no longer being offered.How specifically do you find them?
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I have a plan for all 4 of them, including one for Brandman, it varies as to people having prior certifications or if they are starting from scratch. You will not be able to do a block transfer from an associate degree as most of the degree are IT courses, general education courses that transfer would be up to 33 to 50 percent of the degree, you can also add industry certifications to lower that number. It would be similar to the Penn State degree I mentioned earlier - residency credits of 30 credits or so would be required.
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(01-10-2018, 12:39 AM)bjcheung77 Wrote: I have a plan for all 4 of them, including one for Brandman, it varies as to people having prior certifications or if they are starting from scratch.  You will not be able to do a block transfer from an associate degree as most of the degree are IT courses, general education courses that transfer would be up to 33 to 50 percent of the degree, you can also add industry certifications to lower that number. It would be similar to the Penn State degree I mentioned earlier - residency credits of 30 credits or so would be required.

Then what would you suggest? CIS? which i am fine with but IT/IS is where i feel i belong and wish to obtain a degree form it or a Business degree and attempt to save my GI Bill for after the Military
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