TAP CURRICULUM - MACDILL AFB
This is a cooperative effort between the Department of Defense (DOD), the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and the Department of Labor (DOL). You must complete IC/PreSep before being able to register for this class.
Three curriculums are covered on the DOD Day: Managing Your (MY) Transition, MOC Crosswalk, and Financial Planning, MacDill AFB also invites TRICARE at the end of the day.
The preparation for transition occurs at various touch points of your military career as part of the Military Life Cycle (MLC) career preparation—a transition model that provides the opportunity to align your military career with your civilian goals.
The purpose of this module is to identify skills, experience, credentials, and education obtained in the military and help you align them with civilian opportunities. If you already know your future career or you’re planning to go to college, this will serve to ensure you have knowledge of any new skills you have developed. Additionally, this module will help you to identify if there are any certifications, licenses, or credentials that would be helpful as you move into the civilian sector. The Career Readiness Standard (CRS) for MOC Crosswalk is a Gap Analysis. The content of this course will assist with completing this CRS and with identifying any gaps in knowledge, education, skills, or credentials in your chosen career field.
This transition module is designed to help you understand your current financial situation by using what you have learned from previous financial readiness courses that you have attended throughout your military life cycle. The knowledge from those courses and the content covered in the Financial Planning for Transition will enable you to complete the career readiness standard associated with this module.
Values are the things that are most important to us in our lives and careers. Our values are formed in a variety of ways through our life experiences, our feelings and our families. In the context of Career Planning, values generally refer to the things we value in a career.
The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work. You can find out what you like to do.
The O*NET Interest Profiler helps you decide what kinds of careers you might want to explore.
Healthcare coverage options as you approach retirement.
Your options for care after separating from active duty.
Curriculum consists foundational employment skills, knowledge, and tools. Resume writing, salary negotiating, and interviewing is taught in the accompanying 2-Day Employment Track.