The Transition Readiness Seminar is a 5-day mandatory program designed to ease the burden of transition by providing Service members and their families with employment, college, technical and entrepreneurial information and guidance. This interactive program will increase the Service member’s knowledge and confidence through active participation.
Transition Readiness Program
The Transition Assistance Management Program (TAMP) has been renamed Transition Readiness Program (TRP). Its purpose is to ensure Marines are prepared for their transition from military to civilian life; by providing Marines and their families with the tools and resources needed to pursue Department of Defense (DoD) directed Career Readiness Standard (CRS).
TRP consist of 3 major components, the first one, Marine for Life Cycle (M4LC) Transition Services which includes the Personal Readiness Seminar (PRS). This seminar is designed to assist with individual assessment, career exploration, educational guidance, and career/employment assistance throughout a Marine’s career. (Mandatory for Marines upon arrival at their first permanent duty station)
The second major component, Career Services and Advising, assists Marines on post-transitional goals to include resume assistance, Accessing Higher Education (AHE), Career Technical Training Track (CTTT), and Boots to Business (B2B). Effective 1 October 2019, the 2-day optional tracks will be incorporation into our Transition Readiness Seminars (TRS). If you are interested in attending a 2-day track, please call 252-466-4201 to register.
The third major component, once known as the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) Workshop, is now the Transition Readiness Seminar (TRS). This 5-day mandatory seminar was redesigned to ease the burden of transition by equipping Service members and their families with tools and resources that are vital to a successful transition.
Steps to attending TRS or Pre-Retirement seminar:
Step 1: Whether Officer or Enlisted, retiring or separating, contact the Unit Transition Coordinator (UTC) within your respective unit to be scheduled for TRS or Pre-Retirement.
Step 2: Make sure you receive a pre-work checklist from your UTC.
Step 3: Once all pre-work is completed, separating or retiring Service members must attend the mandatory Pre-separation Counseling Brief prior to their scheduled TRS or Pre-Retirement.
Step 4: Showtime for TRS and Pre-Retirement is 0715.
TRS/Pre-Retirement Required Materials:
- 2019 Pre-Work Checklist
- Individual Transition Plan/MOC Crosswalk Gap Analysis
- Career Readiness Standard (CRS) Checklist (Required at 120-day CRS review with P&PD staff)
- Financial Planning Participant Guide
- Spending Plan Workbook