(9) Establish and maintain an annual training program
for TRM members involved in transition assistance.
Work-Life Supervisors at ISC's and the HSC shall:
(1) Allocate funding and resources to ensure proper
(2) Collect and maintain statistical data as required by
a higher authority. Provide program status updates
and any other reports as required to G-WKW.
(3) Ensure the TRM attends, at a minimum, one
professional training per year to keep current in
their skills and abilities.
TRM'S on Work-Life Staffs shall:
(1) Manage the regional transition program. The TRM
will coordinate, plan, develop, implement and direct
all aspects of transition assistance and will
establish regional level program goals and
procedures subject to the approval of the respective
(2) Establish a transition assistance committee to
coordinate all appropriate regional service providers
through periodic (at least quarterly) meetings to
assess needs; to plan, implement, review, and
improve processes and procedures; and to evaluate
transition assistance effectiveness.
(3) For personnel referred by commands, assess services
required by separating members and their family
members. Implement workshops, programs, and services
listed in enclosure (2) in response to the identified
needs of transitioning members and their family
(4) Work with offices to develop an internal information
system which informs target population of all
transition policies, programs, and services.
(5) Develop a network of resource providers (e.g.,
nonprofit service organizations, chaplains, Retired
Affairs Offices, Education Services Offices, DVA
benefits counselors, medical authorities, and
volunteers) to produce the most effective program.
(6) Serve as the Coast Guard agent for the coordination
of the regional DOL's TAP and DTAP, where available.
Develop a Memorandum of Understanding/Memorandum of
Agreement with the regional State Employment
Commission representative for the administration of