The Transitional Employment Program (TEP) gives members the opportunity to work in competitive jobs in business and industry. TEP jobs are part-time and last from six to nine months. Members in these positions are able to gain experience, confidence, and a sense of accomplishment while improving their chances of living a more productive, better quality of life.
When a member is given a new TEP position, a Club Success TEP supervisor trains the member and remains with the member on the job for however long it takes the member to become comfortable on the job. The Club Success TEP supervisor visits the job site regularly and accepts responsibility for the job, which ensures the position is filled any time the member is not available.
The TEP is only successful if the jobs are as beneficial to the employer as they are to the members participating. Club Success guarantees the job will be performed to the employer’s satisfaction, with no absenteeism, no additional training requirements, and no lowering of job standards.