Training and Development Sample Clauses

Training and Development. 3.1 Authorities will develop local 'Workforce Development Plans (see Part 4.8),' closely linked to their service delivery plans, which will provide the focus for the establishment of training and development priorities. Training and development should be designed to meet the corporate and service needs of authorities both current and in the future, taking into account the individual needs of employees. Local schemes on training and development should enable authorities to attain their strategic objectives through development of their employees. Training and development provisions should be shaped to local requirements and take account of the full range of learning methods. Such an approach should enable access to learning for all employees. The needs of part time employees and shift workers need particular consideration.
Training and Development. 20.01 Should an Employee (on active payroll) covered by the terms of this Collective Agreement propose taking a training course to either upgrade or increase skills, or acquiring special educational materials in the form of books, audio/visual and computer programs or establishing a membership of affiliation, the Employee shall by way of written memorandum to the Director of Human Resources request permission of the Festival to attend such training, or make the appropriate purchase. Should the Festival agree that the training would be beneficial to the Festival then the Employee shall be reimbursed fifty percent (50%) of the cost of the tuition and books required for the training subject to successful completion of the training and submission of receipts for the cost. No payment shall be made by the Festival to cover the time spent on the training, travel costs, meal costs etc. Should an Employee not get prior approval for the course then there will be no entitlement to reimbursement of any costs associated with the training. Any training course initiated by the Festival is to be fully paid for by the Festival.
Training and Development. Training and development objectives will form a key component of an employee’s annual performance review meeting with his/her manager. Training and development objectives may include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following: • In-house and external formal training, covering technical and non-technical skills; • Informal training such as on the job training; • Rotational assignments, including, but not limited to, projects.
Training and Development. It is essential that the Officers and employees of the Council maintain up to date knowledge of their function and duties. To this end the Council will expect and support your necessary agreed training and development and meet all course and examination expenses and any travel and subsistence incurred on the scale set down as paid working hours. In addition reasonable agreed time for study in paid working hours will be given.
Training and Development. The Employer and the Union recognize the importance of employee training and development as an element of productivity and quality improvement. Employee training and development is regarded as an investment rather than a cost and the parties seek to expand as well as develop employee skills through training initiatives.
Training and Development. During the course of your employment, to enable you to discharge your duties efficiently, Company may invest in you by providing you specialized and/or certified job-related training. If you choose to separate from the Company after undergoing the training (before a minimum period as may be communicated prior to such training), Company has the right to recover any and all expenses expended on your training including and not limited to associated expenses thereof.
Training and Development. A. REQUIRED TRAINING Any training which the University requires of workers in order to remain current and proficient in their jobs shall be at the University’s expense and all time spent on such required training shall be considered working time.