A point at which a higher command releases control of a unit to its commander. This is what is known as a control measure.
Military-connected students may still be serving or transitioning to civilian life, where entering academia can be a disorientating time. This is the point at which the disciplined, structured, and collective environment of the Canadian Armed Forces dissipates.
With this newfound independence, military-connected learners may face challenges without the benefit of a tailored framework that addresses this unique group's actual and forecasted needs.
On operations, when soldiers, sailors, aviators, or operators transition through a release point, elements separate and conduct the pre-arranged plan. This is a dangerous period.
Team members always support the release point, and at Release Point Education, I believe the movement to post-military growth should be supported similarly.