Wednesday, March 28, 2007

New Career Course for Disabled Vets

Are you a disabled veteran? You may qualify for training to work from home being a freight broker agent through brooketraining.com. (school #S2133)

Our once a year, 2 week course (basic + advanced training) will be offered June 18-29, 2007. The price of the training, equipment and travel and meals is 100% paid for through the Vocational Rehabilitation Department if you qualify. Only your counselor can decide if you qualify and if this is good fit for you.

Brooke offers a one week course every month and an online course that can be taken anytime.

The career school teaches people to be freight broker/agents. This is a real Home Based Business. Students will learn freight brokering, and get the best hands-on training available. Students will find customers and book freight while in class. They'll leave with classroom knowledge and hands on experience.

A freight broker/agent matches truckers with manufacturers who need goods moved across the country. Freight brokers are always needed in the $600 billion a year transportation industry. Most agents work from home and need basic computer skills and phone skills and the right training to get started.

The VA counselor has to be the one to contact us and we can't sell to them. They must make the decision to send people to us. Many needing to work from home have found this to be a perfect career path.

For more information visit www.brooketraining.com and give your adviser
our career school number: S2133. Please read our vision and mission. I believe we can help a lot of people.

Feel free to contact me on my private number if I can be of assistance in any way or contact an admissions counselor at (817) 491-9236 to confirm if you qualify. This is the same process for all applicants wanting financial aid through either the Texas Workforce and Veterans Affairs Administration AND the Texas Department of Rehabilitative Services.

The VA program is a federal program and often the VA Administration pays for travel, food, computers, phone, fax, printers, and scanners...plus for the training. This two week June class is offered exclusive for Disabled Veterans and we do it once a year. I believe you have to be considered 10% disabled to qualify. Now would be a good time to research this career path if you are interested and contact your local counselor to see if you qualify.

Of course other schools offer this training; however, we are the only ones that offer it on-line through universities nationwide.

This is a perfect way to stay engaged in the work force while working at home.