Career Transition Partnership (CTP) - Official provider of Armed Forces resettlement

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The Career Transition Partnership (CTP) is a partnering agreement between the Ministry of Defence and Right Management Ltd, who are global career development and outplacement specialists and part of the ManpowerGroup.

The CTP provides resettlement services for those leaving the Royal Navy, Army, Royal Air Force and Marines. Regardless of time served, all members of the Armed Forces can benefit from CTP support when leaving Service.

We also operate as an intermediary service for employers wishing to hire Service leavers.

To date, we’ve assisted over 235,000 Service leavers with the transition to civilian life and supported thousands of organisations looking to employ ex-Service personnel. We look forward to helping you too.

Service leavers - how the CTP helps you

Depending on length of service, we offer free resettlement services to all ranks of the UK Armed Forces, including the Navy & Royal Marines, British Army and Royal Air Force – our aim is to help you make the transition as smooth as possible.

We’re here to provide flexible support from two years before discharge, through to two years after. We’ll give you all the tools you need to market yourself confidently to employers and to get the most out of life outside the forces.

From creating a CV through to learning interview skills plus researching and applying for jobs, what we offer can help you not just with your first civilian job, but throughout your working lifetime. You’ll find more about what we do under Our Services

A useful first step is to create an account at myPlan. Then read about Getting Started and find out more about the latest Courses and Events. You can also find thousands of vacancies online via our RightJob Jobs Database.

Who to contact

Telephone
0203 162 4410 0203 162 4410
Website
https://www.ctp.org.uk/
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