January 2019 MOC Crosswalk Documents Outcome Competencies Learning

January 2019 MOC Crosswalk Documents Outcome  Competencies Learning

January 2019 MOC Crosswalk Documents Outcome

Competencies Learning Objectives What Type of Jobseeker are You? Crosswalk Process Gap Analysis Hard vs. Soft Skills

Hard Skills - specific, teachable knowledge and abilities that can be defined and measured Examples: software applications, language, typing, operating machinery Soft Skills less defined, interpersonal skills Examples: leadership, team building, communication, problem solving

Purpose of VMET Helps members prepare resume Translates military terminology and training into civilian terms Establishes capabilities with prospective employers Assists in applying to college or vocational institutes Lists military job experience and training history Recommends college credit information Suggests related certification and licensure

Provides civilian equivalent job titles VMET: Experience History Title and Code Duty: Current position Dates of Experience Occupation Description

Related Civilian Occupations, O*NET, and DOT Occupation Code VMET: Training History Training Dates, Course Number and Length Course Description according to ACE

Credit recommendation from ACE ESS: Employee Summary Sheet (USCG) Lists all job held to include job titles

Rank history

Position history Education TMT history Direct Access Courses Training Tests Competencies Board/Memberships Medals and Awards

JST CCAF CG 4082 (USCG) List of all trainings completed Can supplement the JST and be used to boost the education and training section in GAP Analysis and on a resume

Credentialing Licensure Certification Apprenticeship Credentials May be required by law or an

employer for employment Leads to higher pay or improves promotion potential Demonstrates transferability of military skills and relevance in the civilian workforce Types of Credentials Gap Analysis Activity

Where am I now? 1. Use the VMET, JST, Credentialing, Professional Evaluations, and COOL websites to find the following information: a. Experience and Skill b. Education and Training c. Credentials (license, certifications, apprentices) 2. Complete the Where am I now? section of the Gap Analysis.

O*NET Interest Profiler www.MyNextMove.org/vets My Next Move for Veterans www.mynextmove.or g/vets/ Gap Analysis Activity

Where am I going? 1. Use the O*NET Interest Profiler and My Next Move for Veterans to find the following information: a. Experience and Skill b. Education and Training c. Credentials (license, certifications, apprentices) 2. Complete the Where am I going? section of the Gap Analysis.

Influences on Career Selection Geographic Location Labor Market Information (LMI) Determine your potential priorities: Pursuing a location without your desired profession Pursuing your profession regardless of

location Identifying an alternative profession because of your selected location LMI can help you: Understand todays complex workforce Explore civilian occupations based on employment levels and trends Make informed career decisions

Research/Explore geographic locations: Cost of living and housing Relocation costs Family relocation Reserve Component continuum of service Research/Explore: National, state, and local employment statistics, job forecasts, wages, and

demographics A military skills translator to identify a civilian occupation LMI data and compare geographic areas Influences on Career Selection Gap Analysis Activity Labor Market Information

(LMI) 1. Use O*NET and My Next Move for Veterans to find the following information: a. Location b. Salary c. Job Outlook 2. Complete the Part B: LMI section of the Gap Analysis.

Gap Analysis Activity Document the Gap 1. Analyze your findings under Where am I now? and compare to Where am I going? 2. Fill in the What do I need to fill the gap? a. Experience and Skill b. Education and Training c. Credentials (license, certifications, apprentices)

3. Examine Part B: Final Analysis a. Is this a good job/career to pursue? Summary Department of Labor Employment Workshop (DOLEW) will help you further explore aspects to consider. Note alterations to your track selection. Identify and pursue next steps in your transition process.

Contact your local personnel office for accuracy of your official military record. Wrap Up Dont forget to: Update ITP: Block 1- Section II: A & B; Section III: A&B Complete the Transition GPS Participant Assessment for the MOC Crosswalk

www.dmdc.osd.mil/tgpsp/

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