Medical Correspondence Courses Go Internet

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Medical Correspondence Courses Go Internet

 

Enrollment in medical correspondence courses can
now be done on the Internet at website:
atrrs.army.mil. 
A course catalog is provided in the upper right corner to review course
available and prerequisites of same.  Medical correspondence courses are
easily found under school code
555.

Copy the exact number and title of course
desired, then return to the ATRRS homepage to submit application.  Scroll
down the right side under Channels for
SELF
DEVELOPMENT.  Click on it for the application form and follow on screen
instructions.  If the application is submitted correctly, the soldier will
receive an email message that materials will be mailed within two weeks. 
This message is from ATRRS, not from the AMEDD Center and School.  A
soldier who is enrolled in a medical course will receive a notice of enrollment
from Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Applications submitted through ATRRS (Army
Training Requirements and Resources System) build a soldier's Army academic
record as the correspondence course will be filed there:  completions and
non-completions.

NOTE:  Request for enrollment in an
individual sub-course such as 081-MD0006 cannot be honored if the sub-course is a
part of the course in which a soldier is also enrolled, such as 081-91B10.

Point of Contact:  Nonresident Instruction
Branch 1-800-344-2380, Commercial 1-210-221-5877 or DSN 471-5877.

Medical Correspondence Course Assistance

Email requests for assistance with AMEDD
Correspondence Courses can not be acquired from a centralized
"person".  Email addressee:
accp@amedd.army.mil. 
This account is monitored daily.

Point of Contact:  Nonresident Instruction
Branch 1-800-344-2380, Commercial 1-210-221-5877 or DSN 471-5877.