Registration includes all sessions, materials (including practice KAIs), breaks, lunches certification from KAI center and 3.5 Continuing Education Units (based on 35 contact hours and pending passing of course exam). A CEU certificate of completion will be awarded at the conclusion of the course.
$3,000 - Standard Participant Registration Fee
$2,600 - Institutional Registration Fee (Organization currently using KAI)
Registration deadlines are two weeks ahead of the date of the course.
|April 22-26, 2018
| August 19-23, 2018
| December 2-6, 2018
* We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
Please note: charges will appear on your statement as "VT CONTINUING AND PROF EDUCATION".
To register using our on-line system, your browser must accept cookies. For more about cookies, see www.cookiecentral.com/faq.
If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please contact Erich Sawyer at 540-231-3812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or TDD 1-800-828-1120 during regular business hours at least 10 business days prior to the first day of the program. Requests received less than 10 business days prior to the start date of the program may not be able to be accommodated.
Virginia Tech's Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Statement: www.vt.edu/about/equal-opportunity.html
For registration questions or concerns, please contact:
Registrar and Technical Specialist
Virginia Tech - Continuing and Professional Education
Refund and Cancellation Policy: Requests for refunds will be honored when received fourteen calendar days prior to the program. However, another person may be substituted at any time for this program. A $250 administrative fee will be deducted for cancellations. In the unlikely event that this program is cancelled or postponed due to insufficient enrollments or unforeseen circumstances, the university will fully refund registration fees but cannot be held responsible for any other expenses, including cancellation or change charges assessed by airlines, hotels, travel agencies, or other organizations.
For weather or disaster-related program cancellation or postponement information, please call (540) 231-9489.
If you need assistance, please call
Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education at (540) 231-5182.
The information you provide is subject to the Freedom of Information Act guidelines.
Registration information will be shared with the KAI Centre for certification purposes. No financial information will be shared.
Those participating in career-oriented programs through Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education may be eligible for financial assistance through the following routes:
GI Bill (Chapter 30) VA Benefits: Honorably discharged military personnel may be able to use VA benefits to pay for training. With approval from the Department of Veterans Services, Continuing and Professional Education offers these classroom-based programs that are approved for GI Bill funding:
For more information regarding veterans' benefits, please contact the Veterans Administration toll free at 888-GIBILL1 or visit the administration's website.
Military Spouse Assistance (CAA): Spouses of active duty military members stationed in California, Georgia, and North Carolina are still able to use the original Department of Defense and Department of Labor Career Advancement Account portable career training funds for up to $6,000 of training, books, and some supplies. Spouses are eligible for this program even if their military spouse is outside of the MyCAA restricted ranks and even if they have already exhausted their MyCAA funds. Spouses must first visit the education officer on base and attend a brief orientation.
Military Spouse Assistance (MyCAA): Spouses of active duty military members around the world may be eligible for up to $4,000 in tuition for career training. Establish an account at the MyCAA website in order to apply online. (This is a secure government site, so you will need to accept the certificates). MyCAA is now limited to certification and licensure programs and associate degrees. The program is open to all eligible spouses under the new guidelines below:
Military Tuition Assistance (TA): Many Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education certificate programs can be eligible for tuition assistance, depending upon individual circumstances. Tuition assistance is a benefit paid to eligible active-duty service members. Each service has its own criteria for eligibility, obligated service, application processes, and restrictions:
Veterans Administration Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31): Veterans receiving services from the VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Division can receive approval from their vocational rehabilitation case manager to pay for any approved courses with a VA Form 28-1905.
Workforce Investment Act (WIA): If you have been forced out of work due to downsizing and reorganization, you may be eligible for federal training dollars. The Workforce Investment Act is designed to help displaced workers obtain training in fields that serve local employee bases. You may request a Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education course if it is not offered on the WIA Eligible Provider/Program List. Contact your local Department of Labor representative or One Stop Advisor for more information: http://vdba.virginia.gov/.
Other Funding Sources: Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education programs are not eligible for a Hope Grant, Hope Scholarship, Pell Grant, or any other federal financial loan package. For more information on programs that are eligible for these loan options, please visit or contact the Virginia Tech Office of University Scholarships and Financial Aid.
For questions regarding course content, contact Dr. Curt Friedel - email@example.com - Tel: (540) 231-8177