Int OP OT Requirements

TheWaterboy

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Hey guys,


I was wondering if any current IntOps or recent transfers knew about any of the requirements for an OT into the trade, and if there was any advice into transferring. Other than what I've read of the forces.ca website i can't seem to find very much information. Any advice and information would be appreciated!

Cheers!
 

TheWaterboy

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I'm a Veh Tech.

When I originally applied I was told they only take from within, then once I was in was told it was open to civilians. I'mtold a lot of things but nobody really knows for certain haha
 

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TheWaterboy said:
I'm a Veh Tech.

When I originally applied I was told they only take from within, then once I was in was told it was open to civilians. I'mtold a lot of things but nobody really knows for certain haha

People do know for certain.  BPSO's for one. If you are asking random people in your unit, then yeah chances are they have no clue.  If you have access to the DWAN you can look for your self what the current requirements for an OT from your trade are. 
 

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TheWaterboy said:
I do have access to the DWAN, where would I find the information on there?

CANFORGENS are released with the specific information.  Deadline for units to get their stuff to the PSO is 18 Mar 13, subject to further restriction.

Also consider:

AVOTP Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible to apply for AVOTP, the member:

Must have completed 48 months of continuous service by 31 December of the year in which the application is made (Members in the combat arms occupations may apply after 36 months)
Must meet entry standards and appropriate medical category for desired MOSID
Must be QL4 qualified in current MOSID
Must be Pte/Cpl, or if MCpl or above, must be willing to relinquish rank and pay to Cpl

Or are you looking for an occupational reassignment?
 

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check out this link on the DWAN:

http://cmp-cpm.forces.mil.ca/dgmp/dpgr/engraph/reports/edustd_e.asp?sec=2&cmpnt=regf&order=mosid&sort=asc

 

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Quote from: TheWaterboy on Today at 08:13:06
I do have access to the DWAN, where would I find the information on there?

CANFORGENS are released with the specific information.  Deadline for units to get their stuff to the PSO is 18 Mar 13, subject to further restriction.

Also consider:


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AVOTP Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible to apply for AVOTP, the member:

Must have completed 48 months of continuous service by 31 December of the year in which the application is made (Members in the combat arms occupations may apply after 36 months)
Must meet entry standards and appropriate medical category for desired MOSID
Must be QL4 qualified in current MOSID
Must be Pte/Cpl, or if MCpl or above, must be willing to relinquish rank and pay to Cpl

Or are you looking for an occupational reassignment?


Looking mainly for an Occupational reassignment. Not sure what AVOTP stands for. My DP1 for Veh Tech starts in January so Ill be in for the 48 months by the time im DP! qualified.
 

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Sorry, had meant to add this but was distracted:

1. Occupation reassignment applies to all officers and NCMs untrained in current MOC.
2. Members are normally considered for occupation reassignment when it is due to:
a. change in CF requirements;
b. a failure on initial occupation training when possible reassignment has been recommended by the training agency;
c. a change in medical category from the assigned MOC; or
d. an individual voluntary reassignment request, for substantial reason (e.g., previous employment experience and/or attaining sufficient knowledge).
 

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Well it's a start. Looks like I'll need to do two years to be considered for it, and probably a better idea than just doing an untrained occupational reassignment at this time.

Thanks for your help!
 

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Please note, above says QL4, not DP1.  For trades that had QL4, it is likely that package has become part of DP2.
 

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Shamrock said:
Please note, above says QL4, not DP1.  For trades that had QL4, it is likely that package has become part of DP2.

Army QL4s have mostly gone to DP2; most others are now an OJT portion of DP1.  As always in the CAF, "It depends".
 

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Do you have any information on what the job entails? Just trying to make sure I'm not wasting mine or anyones time submitting a request that I won't want. Gotta do that research!
 

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TheWaterboy said:
Do you have any information on what the job entails?

Int Op trade tell me more and more reg force please:
http://forums.army.ca/forums/threads/31120.200

INT OP anyone?:
http://forums.army.ca/forums/threads/62791.0

"I want to be Int" Mega-thread:
http://forums.army.ca/forums/threads/12858.0.html

TheWaterboy said:
Not sure what AVOTP stands for.

Annual Voluntary Occupational Transfer Program (AVOTP)
 

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Quote from: TheWaterboy on Today at 09:43:53
Do you have any information on what the job entails?

Int Op trade tell me more and more reg force please:
http://forums.army.ca/forums/threads/31120.200

INT OP anyone?:
http://forums.army.ca/forums/threads/62791.0

"I want to be Int" Mega-thread:
http://forums.army.ca/forums/threads/12858.0.html


Quote from: TheWaterboy on Yesterday at 10:56:02
Not sure what AVOTP stands for.

Annual Voluntary Occupational Transfer Program (AVOTP)

« Last Edit: Today at 09:52:54 by mariomike »


Fantastic. Thank you!
 
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