Good for you. That’s a good skill to develop.
Yes, that training will qualify for the Lifetime Learning Credit. You may also qualify for the American Opportunity Credit if this is among the first 4 years of secondary education or college you’ve had. Of course, you may only pick one of the credits.
You can also read more about education benefits in IRS Publication 970.
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