When you decide to attend an educational or advanced training program, you are making an investment of time and money in you.
But the cost of that investment should not leave you with dangerous levels of debt that can easily overwhelm you and your family’s finances. All to often students hope they will find work after graduation that will help them pay off their credit cards or replenish savings. That unfortunately is not always the case, and students find themselves forced to take any job available to pay their bills.
As an employer or supervisor when you decide to send an employee to attend an educational or advanced training program, you are making an investment of time and money in that employee.
But the cost of that training can deplete training budgets quickly, and for many organizations you need to weigh the utility of that training versus the cost. How often do you find budget shortfalls preventing staff from needed or required training? Are you forced to consider low cost or substandard training because its priced outside your available resources?
ISA has special tuition programs available to assist new entry level candidates, members of law enforcement, veterans and members of the military, as well as groups or organizations partnered or associated with ISA.
ISA has been honored by two benefactors with scholarships for 2018.
Coexist Training Scholarship The Independent Security Advisors House of Worship Security Program is proud to extend the coexist scholarship available...Read More
Mr. Brandon Shafikhani the Executive Director of Samaritan Protective Services LLC announces their new Executive Protection Training & Employment Incentive...Read More
Update: ISDA has renewed tuition plans with Henley Putnam University, ASIS members, and North Carolina Association of Private Investigators. 8/6/2018 Since...Read More
An Announcement for Members of the International Foundation for Protective Officers Tuition reductions up to 50% Educational and Training...Read More