Defence Members and Family Support (DMFS)has developed a ADF Member and Family Transition Guide which contains information on the transition process, as well as, information on support services and administrative requirements.
- One of the support programs available to transitioning, or transitioned personnel, is the Defence Force Transition Program.
- This program has various workshops, training, programs and advice, which is designed to assist you, and your family, with your transition.
- Note:most of these programs can be continued to be accessed for up to 12 months after you transition, with some up to 24 months. However, you will need a referral from an ADF Transition Coach before you can access this program.
ADF Transition & Civil Recognition Project (ADFTCR) was established to undertake the work on aligning military skills and civilian qualifications. They will help you to understand what civilian employers want and how to express your service in a way that any employer can understand and value.
ADF Member and Family Transition Seminar is held nationally throughout the year, and are designed to help you and your family plan and prepare for life outside of the military.
Remember: it's not just you who is transitioning out of the military, its your family as well, taking your spouse or family member to one of these transition seminars will increase your chances of a smooth and successful transition.