Educational Training Sample Clauses

Educational Training. ‌ Employees interested in professional training shall submit written requests through their immediate supervisor. The supervisor shall review such requests with recommendations to the department head. The department head shall make a determination as to whether the training is necessary and/or job related. Funding for the training shall be from available funds within the budget, or if necessary, through approved budget adjustments. Training which is denied under this section may be submitted under Article X Educational Reimbursement.
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Educational Training. At such time as the Oregon State Board of Nursing adopts mandatory educational requirements for license maintenance, the County and the Association will negotiate this Article. During these negotiations, Article XXIV shall not apply.
Educational Training. Academic courses of mutual interest may be developed at the senior undergraduate and master's degree level at both Institutions to be offered to students from the other Institution. Prior to doing so, the two Institutions will develop additional agreements describing terms and conditions for student exchange, course and/or degree development, course articulation and the terms for awarding of credit.
Educational Training. 13.01 A one-time lump sum payment of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) will be given for each fifty (50) hours of job-related class work completed. The Director of Operations and employee must agree beforehand whether the additional training is job-related. Conference schedules, courses, grades, etc., must be presented as evidence of work completed. Workshops will not be considered if less than three (3) days in duration. One (1) payment of this type may be earned in a four (4) year period. Work completed must have been accomplished after July 1, 1979.
Educational Training. OHRP strongly recommends that the Institution and the designated IRB(s) establish educational training and oversight mechanisms (appropriate to the nature and volume of its research) to ensure that research investigators, IRB members and staff, and other appropriate personnel maintain continuing knowledge of, and comply with, the following: relevant ethical principles; relevant federal regulations; written IRB procedures; OHRP guidance; other applicable guidance, state and local laws; and institutional policies for the protection of human subjects. Furthermore, OHRP recommends that a) IRB members and staff complete relevant educational training before reviewing human subjects research; and b) research investigators complete appropriate institutional educational training before conducting human subjects research.
Educational Training. The City agrees to pay the cost of additional education where required by the City including overtime in the event that such courses cannot be scheduled during regular working hours. For courses not required after hiring, if approved by the City, the cost of the course will be paid by the City on a reimbursement basis after Employee successfully completes the course.
Educational Training. The Employer, at its expense will arrange for a sufficient number of courses, classes or other educational training opportunities in the facility to allow employees to meet their mandatory continuing education requirements. Such courses or educational opportunities shall be at regular paid time for employees.
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Educational Training. (a) Employees shall be reimbursed by the Company for tuition and other course costs when taking educational training relating to their current employment, or equipping themselves for job progression and advancement and under the safety and First Aid Attendants' program.
Educational Training. 17.01 Employees requested by Council to participate in a training program which shall be of benefit to the municipality, shall have their tuition costs paid by the Municipality upon enrolment, subject to the condition that if the course is not successfully completed, the employee will be required to reimburse the Municipality for the full amount of tuition costs paid.
Educational Training. Any employee who pursues educational training during off-duty work hours in a work related field may submit a request for reimbursement, not to exceed twelve hundred dollars ($1,200) per school year in advance of taking said course. The District will reimburse members of the bargaining unit who take educational training in a work related field, in its discretion, upon successful completion. All courses must be pre-approved by the Superintendent at least two (2) weeks prior to the start date of the course. Only courses directly related to the employee’s employment responsibilities within the District or those courses which are intended to enhance the employee’s knowledge and performance within the department will be eligible for reimbursement. The Superintendent will consider the standards set forth herein and the projected needs of the District in considering the request for reimbursement approval. Approval for reasonable, work enhancing courses shall not be withheld. To be eligible for reimbursement, the employee must either pass the course or obtain a grade of “C” or above. Requests for reimbursement shall be submitted to the Business Office within thirty (30) calendar days after the completion of the course, the failure to abide by this may result in delayed reimbursement. Reimbursement checks will be issued after receipt of a fully completed request for reimbursement within thirty (30) calendar days after presentation to the Business Office of (1) a receipted invoice and (2) a transcript showing successful completion of the course or courses and credits earned. Failure to submit requests for reimbursement within twelve (12) months of the date of completion of the course will result in forfeiture of the right to reimbursement. The date posted on the course completion certificate and/or official grade report will determine in which school year the educational reimbursement is to be posted. If a bargaining unit employee voluntarily leaves employment with the District, the employee will be required to repay the educational reimbursement paid by the District during the prior twenty-four (24) months. Employees leaving the employment of the District for purposes of retirement, reasons of health, or termination by the District are excluded from this requirement. The District shall make a fund of $6,000 total available for this purpose to be utilized on a first come, first serve basis. The training shall be attended on the employee’s own time.
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