Tuition and Financing 2017-05-03T00:24:59+00:00

TUITION AND FINANCING

Are you in a career that isn’t satisfying? Did your college experience only get you so far? A small investment in a Helio Training bootcamp might be just the spark to get you on track towards an exciting career in computer science. At Helio, we have solid financing options to help you get set up, and on your way.

Tuition

The tuition cost for a Helio bootcamp is based on the course topic and the schedule (full-time or part-time) that you have selected.  We are currently offering a special introductory discount for some of our courses, so sign up early to receive a steep discount. For more details, check out our upcoming bootcamps. If you have previously completed a Helio Training bootcamp course, you are eligible for a discount as well. All bootcamps require a $100 deposit after acceptance to secure your seat in the course. Please email info@heliotraining.com or call us at 801-302-2900 for additional information.

Scholarships

Helio Training offers scholarships to women and veterans in an effort to make software development bootcamps more accessible to everyone. Learn more about our scholarship programs.

Financing Options

At Helio Training, we want to make bootcamps a realistic option for every techie interested in advancing their career. That’s why we offer in-house financing through Helio Training for more details on this loan program, please call us at 801-302-2900 or email us at info@heliotraining.com. Below are some additional options for how you can fund your training.

Please contact us at 801-302-2900 to discuss how you can enroll in a Helio bootcamp.

Personal Savings

If you’ve made personal savings a priority in your life, tap into it to pay for a portion or all of your bootcamp.

Your Current Employer

Employers know that one of the best ways to keep you engaged and valuable is to support your professional development. Many companies offer tuition reimbursement programs, and if yours doesn’t you can always make the case to your boss that investing in your training is an investment in the company. For some more tips on how to convince your boss to help you learn new skills, read this article.

Personal Loans

There are many banks and credit unions that offer personal or signature loans based on your credit score and history. Comparison sites like NerdWallet allow you to enter some basic information and find loans that could work for you.

No- or Low-Interest Credit Cards

There are some great no- and low-interest credit card options out there. Check out a few different sites to compare what’s available to you. We like www.comparecards.com, www.nerdwallet.com, and www.creditcards.com to get an idea of what cards may work best for you.

Crowdsourcing

We bet your friends and family want to see you grow and expand your skills and talents. You can ask them if they are willing to help you advance your career in tech. You may want to go a more traditional route, but we’ve seen great results through crowdsourcing.  May we suggest GoFundMe and YouCaring as great options for raising tuition?