Ct/vot marg tech seasickness

Lulu851

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I there i need some advice .not getting straight answers at work.
I just finished my marg tech ql3 course got posted to ship and now im chronic seasick ,nothing helped to stop it .
Now i have been attached shore posted .
So what would be my best option CT or VOT. Someone in my chain of command said i can medically CT to my new trade but i asked the doc and he didn't know anythating and told me it can take over a year and i wont get the trade i want .
And how do i get started with the vot or ct .
Thanks
 

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Lulu851 said:
So what would be my best option CT or VOT. Someone in my chain of command said i can medically CT to my new trade but i asked the doc and he didn't know anythating and told me it can take over a year and i wont get the trade i want .
And how do i get started with the vot or ct .
Thanks

You may find these discussions of interest,

OP: "I have a few questions based around a compulsory OT for sea sickness."
https://army.ca/forums/threads/117544.0

OP: "I am chronic sea sick, and am in the process of a COT"
https://army.ca/forums/threads/94283.0

OP: "I want to stay in the CF but not in the current trade or RCN due to sea sickness and all issues originating from being sick all the time."
https://army.ca/forums/threads/109174/post-1218512.html#msg1218512

Occupational Transfers for Chronic Sea Sickness are also discussed here,

Chronic Sea Sickness
https://army.ca/forums/threads/100983.0
2 pages.

etc...

Are you also asking about a Component Transfer?
 

Eye In The Sky

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CF H Svcs staff wouldn't be the org that actions a medical COT because of chronic seasickness.  They would provide input as medical professionals that would be considered.

The best option, as I see it, is for you to request an interview with the BPSO/FPSO (Base/Formation Personnel Selection Officer) staff through you COfC.  If you are in Halifax, they are located up in Stad in Bldg S-90 (that last time I was around Hfx atleast)  They deal with changes in MOSIDs for the various reasons (Voluntary, Compulsory, etc) and would be the SMEs on remuster options.  They would also be versed in the proper channels your file should go thru; there is a whole slew of terminology that gets commonly mixed up but, from what you've said I think your case would be a Compulsory Occupation Transfer.  There is a process that the BPSO staff should be able to explain and guide you thru and advise your CofC of the same. 
 
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