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Our Programs

Success stories abound for military members, their spouses, and vets

Speech Recognition Editing and Medical Transcriptionist training has proven to be a valuable distance learning opportunity for current members of the U.S military, their spouses, and veterans.

  • MT careers are portable and offer opportunities for graduates on the move.
  • The ability to set your own study schedule.
  • Disabled veterans might be eligible to receive funding.

As of October 25, 2010, Military Spouses are eligible to receive up to $4000 in CAA (Career Advancement Accounts) funding.  For more information about this program, go to http://caa.milspouse.org/Eligibility/ and https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa/default.aspx or call 1-800-342-9647 to speak with a case manager.

We suggest you visit http://forum.mtecinc.com/Forum18-1.aspx to talk with other men/women in the military, as well as MTEC students, staff, and graduates. There is a message forum dedicated to military personnel and their spouses as well as general forums.

Sources of more information for military members and their spouses

- What questions do military spouses have about the profession? A list of Frequently Asked Questions is located here. (You’ll need Adobe Acrobat to read this file.) AHDI has also created a dedicated military-related site - click here to visit it!

- The Military Spouse Initiative is an AHDI approved, government sponsored initiative aimed at addressing the shortage of medical transcriptionists and the proven excellence of AHDI-approved schools to prepare students with work-ready skills capable of acquiring their registered medical transcriptionist (RMT) credentials. Information on the Military Spouse Initiative is at the Military Spouse Career Center: http://www.military.com/spouse/cf/0,,cf_other_pop_health-medicaltranscriptionist3,00.htm.