CAREER TRANSITION PARTNERSHIP
The Career Transition Partnership (CTP) is the name given to a partnering agreement between the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and Right Management, who are global career development and outplacement specialists.
The CTP was established in October 1998 and has nine Regional Resettlement Centres (RRCs) in the UK, and one in Germany, along with a Resettlement Training Centre (RTC) in Aldershot. The CTP delivers free resettlement services to all ranks of the British Armed Forces, and make the transition from military to civilian life as smooth and successful as possible. They teach Service Leavers the skills they need to produce a CV, learn interview techniques, research the employment market and apply for jobs.
Job finding assistance is primarily delivered through the Regular Forces Employment Association (RFEA) and Officers' Association (OA) Employment Consultants (ECs) who are part of the CTP. There are 24 ECs based at branches UK wide and one in Germany. They have access to RightJob, CTP's on-line job finding database.
CTP support is provided to Service leavers from two years prior to discharge, and up until two years after discharge. Beyond this point, as a registered charity, the RFEA are available to assist ex-Service men and women with employment support throughout their working lives.
For Service leavers - if you have registered with the CTP for your resettlement, you should have been issued on-line job searching facility that enables you to search for vacancies on the CTP database via the web and apply directly to the employer.
For Employers - We offer a high quality, no cost recruitment service to organisations seeking to employ skilled workers of a high calibre. Visit the CTP website to register on our online job database, RightJob and upload your vacancies.