Financial Options

Ways to Finance Your Education

Wound Care Education Institute® provides comprehensive online and nationwide onsite courses in the fields of wound care, ostomy and diabetic wound care.
 
The following list of services can assist in funding course tuition. Don’t let wound care certification costs stand in your way. Contact a WCEI® financial advisor to find out how you can cover or offset tuition costs by calling 877-462-9234, or emailing woundcaresupport@relias.com.

Affirm

Affirm is a company that offers loans for online purchases with fixed monthly payments terms.

Military Spousal Assistance (MyCAA)

MyCAA funding gives eligible military spouses the opportunity to train for portable jobs in growing career fields. WCEI® is an approved educational institution with the MyCAA. Learn more about MyCAA.

Student Loans

Contact your local bank for information on educational loans.

Tuition Agreement

If your employer does not have a tuition assistance program, utilize this agreement to negotiate reimbursement terms.

Tuition Tax Write-Off

If you are traveling to a conference or continuing education event related to your practice, you may be able to write off your expenses.

Unemployment

Many organizations or state programs will include education benefits with unemployment packages. Contact your unemployment representative to determine your eligibility and request necessary application forms. It is important that you contact WCEI® once you have received approval notification, because each state's payment process varies.

Unrestricted Education Grants

Contact your facility supervisor and/or purchasing department about unrestricted education grants. Grants are provided through contracted wound care suppliers and/or vendors. WCEI® receives tuition payments directly from the sup

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