Transition GPS MSC CCC crash course

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It is the new mandated initiative by the Department of Defense as the upgraded Transition Assistance Program (a.k.a. TAP) to direct and guide Active Duty military in reaching their Goals (G), make Plans (P), and be Successful (S) in their new chosen path.

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  • Slides are effective as of January 2012. The intent of this shortened slide is to accommodate those who needs a very quick snapshot of new Navy policy and not intended to replace the actual NPC Slides. Visit www.facebook.com/careerwise to get the updated slides.
  • Perform to Serve (PTS) is an end strength force management tool that utilizes a performance criteria within individual ratings and year groups to ensure long term sustainment of experience throughout our Navy. (Reference NAVADMIN 128/10) Your performance determines Fleet RIDE/PTS results. Fleet RIDE/PTS incorporates individual Sailor performance indicators during the PTS selection process. Then it creates a ranking of all PTS applications based on these factors and determines whether or not you are eligible for an available enlistment quota. The number of available quotas is different for every rate and rating, and changes every month based on needs of the Navy. Your performance directly impacts Fleet RIDE/PTS determination. Use the TIMELINE and the CHECKLIST provided below to prepare for the Fleet RIDE/PTS selection process. Start now to make yourself the best possible candidate for retention!
  • CAPSTONE (Mandatory)Verify outcome-based objectives of the Transition GPS curriculum Verify service member has a viable plan for transitionEDUCATION TRACK (Optional) Provides service members with comprehensive assistance in navigating the university education process to ensure academic successTECHNICAL TRAINING (Optional)Provides service members with comprehensive assistance in navigating the technical/trade process to ensure successENTREPRENEURSHIP (Optional)Provides overview of entrepreneurship with 8-week follow on class available through SBA
  • Full Operational Capability (FOC)Preferred method is to attend a CAPSTONE event conducted by transition counselors at Navy transition sites in small group (less than 25) seminars (2-4 hours). For those unable to attend a transition site CAPSTONE event due to operational commitment, a local CAPSTONE with a transition counselor (CCC or designated rep) will be conducted to verify that mandatory elements on the DD Form 2958 ITP checklist are complete and CRS is verified.Currently working on a CAPSTONE SOPCapstone event is mandatory for those separating after 1 January 2014.
  • NOTES: The CAPSTONE event is not intended to be a pro-forma review of course work completion. It is intended to provide a forum where the desired outcomes of transition services/activities are verified. Service members are evaluated in all dimensions of post-Service preparedness, and where final interventions are made to ensure Service members are career ready to include: Career Readiness StandardsVerification that an Individual Transition Plan (ITP) is in place/in progressPre-separation Counseling was completedVerification that a short-term budget was completedReview common risks, and provide recap of available resourcesVerification Sailors received VA Benefits Brief/Sign-Up CAPSTONE Event – to facilitate continued and/or follow-up support as needed by agency partners prior to separation and/or retirement.DoL, VA, and SBA staff will be present for warm hand-offs.
  • NOTE: Career Readiness Standards are a set of common and measurable transition readiness standards that service members must meet prior to separation.These standards will guide the professional development of the SM and will ensure that they capitalize on the skills and experiences gained during their military services, and align them to personal civilian career goals.
  • In addition to the VOW Act requirements the VEI Task Force, with White House approval, made these recommendations for implementation across the Services.- Individual Transition Plan (ITP) and ITP Checklist. * The ITP is based on a standard dod template and is the key document to navigate the Transition GPS curriculum. * Completion of the ITP is based on service members ability to meet career readiness standards commensurate with desired employment, education, or technical training objectives prior to separation. * The ITP Checklist (dd form 2958) coincides with the ITP and should be issued to SVM at the time of pre-separation counseling. This checklist must be completed prior to SVM separation, certified by transition counselor, approved by SVM’s commander or designated representative and filed in member’s service record along with the DD Form 2648. Transition GPS versus legacy TAP workshops. * For purposes of meeting objectives of vow act and Transition GPS, attendance at legacy TAP workshops suffice for meeting the above requirementsCopy of your Verification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) from https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/appj/vmet/index.jsp Most recent LES from https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx Copy of your credit report from https://www.annualcreditreport.com/cra/index.jsp Copy of your Career Interest Inventory Assessment from O*Net “Interest Profiler” www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip Copy of your medical record Review the benefits of Reserve Affiliation at www.navyreserve.com and www.npc.navy.mil/career/transition Develop your résumé(s) Prepare and submit an Education/Technical training application, if applicable
  • Discover how your interests relate to the world of work using the O*NET “Interest Profiler” at www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip Translate your military skills, training, and experience into civilian occupations, credentials, and employment using the O*NET OnLine “Crosswalk Search” at www.online.onetcenter.org/crosswalk Find civilian credentials related to your enlisted rating, officer designator, or collateral duty/ out of rate assignment using Navy COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil Register for Veterans Affairs (VA) eBenefits at https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits-portal Attend Transition GPS24-12 months prior to End of Active Obligated Service (EAOS) Attend pre-separation counseling and complete DD Form 2648 / DD Form 2648-1 with assistance from your Command Career Counselor (CCC) Prepare your Individual Transition Plan (ITP) with assistance from your CCC Discover how your interests relate to the world of work using the O*NET “Interest Profiler” at www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip Translate your military skills, training, and experience into civilian occupations, credentials, and employment using the O*NET OnLine “Crosswalk Search” at www.online.onetcenter.org/crosswalk Find civilian credentials related to your enlisted rating, officer designator, or collateral duty/ out of rate assignment using Navy COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil Register for Veterans Affairs (VA) eBenefits at https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits-portal Attend Transition GPS and provide the following documents: Completed DD Form 2648/DD Form 2648-1 (see your CCC) Copy of your Verification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) from https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/appj/vmet/index.jsp Most recent LES from https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx Copy of your credit report from https://www.annualcreditreport.com/cra/index.jsp Copy of your Career Interest Inventory Assessment from O*Net “Interest Profiler” www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip Copy of your medical record Review the benefits of Reserve Affiliation at www.navyreserve.com and www.npc.navy.mil/career/transition Develop your résumé(s) Prepare and submit an Education/Technical training application, if applicable
  • Must still submit 2648, ITP & ITP Checklist.Members of the Reserve Components and Guard being demobilized/deactivated after serving 180 continuous days or more on Active Duty may opt out.Must have confirmed employment or documented acceptance to education institutionAll Guard and Reserve members who have previously attended TAP may opt out of TAP.Commanders in the Service member’s chain of command may waive mandatory participation where Sailors are needed to support a unit on orders to be deployed within 60 days. A “make-up” plan must be developed. [exemption for time requirements]An exempt Service Member must formally document their decision to not participate on the DD Form 2958.LIMITED PARTICIPATION:Bad Conduct or dishonorable discharge– not eligible to attend optional tracks or CAPSTONE event.Other than honorable discharge – CO determine whether can attend optional tracks or CAPSTONE event.
  • Transition GPS MSC CCC crash course

    1. 1. MSC Career Counselor Crash Courses http://www.public.navy.mil/BUPERS-NPC/CAREER/TRANSITION/Pages/TAP.aspx NCC(AW/SW/SCW) AstroSlides are effective as of January 2012. The intent of this shortened slide is to accommodate those who needs a very quick snapshot of new Navy policyand not intended to replace the actual NPC Slides. Visit www.facebook.com/careerwise to get the updated slides. To view unedited slide click this link: http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/careercounseling/HotPress/Documents/TGPS%20CCC%20TRN%202%20JAN(a).ppt
    2. 2. It is the new mandated initiative by the Department ofDefense as the upgraded Transition Assistance Program (a.k.a.TAP) to direct and guide service member in setting their Goals (G), making a Plan (P), and to be a Success (S) in their new chosen career path.
    3. 3. • Transition GPS (5 Day) •Education Track (Optional) •Technical Training (Optional) •Entrepreneurship (Optional)•CAPSTONE (Mandatory)
    4. 4. Transition GPS Model – Full Operational Capability Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4 Day-5 Optional Tracks Service DoL Employment WorkshopDOLEW DOLEW DOLEW VA Benefits Overview Brief (1hrs.) Change Mgt. Plan Building an Federal • Education Education Module (3hrs.) Effective Hiring, (1hr.) (NAVY – 2 days) Resume Resume, and • All Other Develop Your (7hrs.) Programs Benefits GPS Military Job Search (1.5hrs.) (3hrs.) Technical Training Pre- Plan/ Occupation ModuleSeparation Career Interview Crosswalk (VA 2-days)Counseling (2hrs.) Exploration Skills VA Brief & Validation (4.5hrs.) Sign Up (2hrs.) Entrepreneurship Post- Module Effective Job Interview 2hrs. (SBA – TBA) GPS Financial Search (2hrs) Analysis (1 hr.) Individual Planning Transition (4hrs.) Plan Review 2hrs Individual Transition Career Readiness Standards CAPSTONE Plan 4 Piloting Transition GPS Curriculum
    5. 5. CAPSTONE & Optional Tracks• CAPSTONE (Mandatory) – Verify outcome-based objectives of the Transition GPS curriculum – Verify service member has a viable plan for transition• EDUCATION TRACK (Optional) – Provides service members with comprehensive assistance in navigating the university education process to ensure academic success• TECHNICAL TRAINING (Optional) – Provides service members with comprehensive assistance in navigating the technical/trade process to ensure success• ENTREPRENEURSHIP (Optional) – Provides overview of entrepreneurship with 8- week follow on class available through SBA 5
    6. 6. Career Readiness Standards (CRS) Core Curriculum DoL Employment Workshop Education Track Outcomes Outcome Outcomes• Continuum of Military Service • List of suitable colleges or universities. • “Gold Card” Certificate for DoL One- decision. • Application package for a selected college Stop Career Centers. or university.• Military Occupational Code (MOC) • Confirmed one-on-one counseling with an • Job Application Package that Crosswalk documenting civilian advisor at a college or university. includes: • Documented connection with Student certification, licensure, and/or • Resume (private and/or apprenticeship applicability. Veterans Organization (SVO). federal • Reference list (personal and• Registration for VA eBenefits and professional Technical Training Track Outcomes relevant applications (e.g., Initial • Job applications (2) claim, home loans, health benefits, • List of suitable Technical Training prescription benefits, and GI Bill institutions. transferability). • Application package for a selected Technical Training institution• 12 month budget reflecting personal • Understanding of web-based tools for goals. certification training. • Confirmed one-on-one counseling with an• Standardized Individual Transition advisor at a technical training institution . Plan (ITP) documenting personal and • Documented connection with SVO. employment/entrepreneurship/ education/technical training goals, actions, and milestones. Entrepreneurship Track Outcomes • Connection to the Small Business Administration (SBA in local area. • Preliminary outline of a business plan. PQS for Transition – Outcomes of Transition GPS Part of Individual Transition Plan 6
    7. 7. Required Documentation –DD Form 2648 –ITP –ITP Checklist (DD Form 2958) 7
    8. 8. 24-12 months prior to End of Active Obligated Service•DD Form 2648 / DD Form 2648-1•Prepare your Individual Transition Plan (ITP) with assistance fromyour CCC•www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip•www.online.onetcenter.org/crosswalk•https://www.cool.navy.mil•https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits-portal
    9. 9. TimelineTimeline• Nov 2012 Mandatory TAP attendance• Nov 12 – Oct 2013 Implement new Transition Curriculum workshop (Transition GPS: Goals – Plan – Success )• January 2014 CAPSTONE required• 2014 Implement TAP in Military Life Cycle (Career Development Board) 9
    10. 10. VOW Act Exemption PolicyNo Service member, to include Reservist, isexempt from participating in Pre-separationcounseling or the VA Benefits Brief.• Service members retiring after 20 or more years may opt out of DOL Workshop10
    11. 11. For More Details• For TAP GPS Schedule click this link: http://www.cnic.navy.mil/CNIC_HQ_Site/WhatWeDo/FleetandFamily Readiness/FamilyReadiness/FleetAndFamilySupportProgram/Transiti onAssistance/TAPEmploymentWorkshopSchedules/index.htm• For more on TGPS click this link: http://www.public.navy.mil/BUPERS- NPC/CAREER/TRANSITION/Pages/TAP.aspx• For completed unedited slide click this link: http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers- npc/career/careercounseling/HotPress/Documents/TGPS%20CCC%20 TRN%202%20JAN(a).ppt
    12. 12. http://www.public.navy.mil/BUPERS-NPC/CAREER/TRANSITION/Pages/TAP.aspx Questions? Further questions may also be posted and answered at www.facebook.com/careerwise NCC(AW/SW/SCW) AstroSlides are effective as of January 2012. The intent of this shortened slide is to accommodate those who needs a very quick snapshot of new Navy policy and not intended to replace the actual NPC Slides. Visit www.facebook.com/careerwise to get the updated slides.

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