ASA program


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Does anyone know about the ASA direct program? I know it costs about $60,000 and takes about six months, but recently I heard that ASA put a freeze on hiring.
If this is true are people "stacking up" in the ASA direct program. How many people are involved in the program?

Any and all info is appreciated.

Thanks, Nosser
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What is this guy on about?

As for FSI's ASA program, there are between 4-12 people per class, every 3 weeks. ASA is still interviewing for the program, which says they still have plans for upcoming classes and also that they have a pretty high regard for the program. There are classes 'stacking up,' but it's not all that many people, and the wait should hopefully start getting shorter for class dates.