Training and Education. SECTION 1 – Law Enforcement Supervisors’ Training The state and the PBA recognize the importance of supervisor training programs to develop management skills in our law enforcement supervisors. The state will make a reasonable effort to continue existing training programs in law enforcement techniques and to develop new programs in performance review techniques, supervisory skills, and managerial techniques.
Training and Education. Section 1. In-Service Training Whenever employees are required to participate in, in-service training programs, they will be given time off from work with pay to attend such programs. Travel time will be reimbursed, in excess of the employee’s normal, round trip commute in accordance with State Fleet Policies promulgated by the Secretary of the Department of Budget and Management. The costs of such training will be paid by the Employer. When employees are scheduled for an in-service training day, they shall not ordinarily be scheduled to work the shift immediately before or after the training. The only allowable exceptions are for employees who volunteer for such scheduling or when employees are assigned to a shift on an overtime basis to meet minimum staffing requirements.
Training and Education. Employees who participate in training required by the Authority shall either be assigned to such programs during their regular working hours or be compensated for time spent participating in such programs at the applicable overtime rate. Voluntary participation in training shall not be subject to such overtime compensation.
Training and Education. (A) The state will make a good faith effort to allow employees a reasonable amount of time, with pay, as the work schedule will permit, for the purpose of attending short courses, institutes, and workshops which will improve their performance in their current position, as provided below:
Training and Education. The Task Force recommends that training in the employer's COVID-19 plan to reduce infection risk be mandatory on or before the first day of employment. • All employees should be educated about the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 as part of their training. People with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms, ranging from mild to severe. Signs and symptoms include the following: • Fever • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Chills • Repeated shaking with chills • Muscle pain • Headache • Sore throat • New loss of taste or smell • All employees should receive dedicated training on the following topics: • PPE, with a focus on safe donning and xxxxxxx • Hand washing, including proper techniques • Environmental cleaning and disinfection, including high-touch wipedown • Policies and procedures related to COVID-19 on set or in offices • Psychological impact of the crisis • Protecting yourself at home • Preventing cross-contamination • Post signage in all production workspaces where production activities occur, reinforcing training principles.
Training and Education. 31.1 CCSNH institutions, may use institutional funds to reimburse eligible employees for participation in professional development activities. Payment for professional development activities shall be subject to the availability of funds and shall be limited to the reimbursement of registration fees and travel costs only. Requests for professional development funding including cash advances shall be processed in accordance with CCSNH policies and procedures and the provisions of Article 30, Travel Reimbursement & Advances, of this Agreement.
Training and Education. The parties will co-operate in ensuring that appropriate training and cross skilling is available and that such training if required by the Employer will be provided at the expense of the Employer. The Employer also agrees to co-operate in encouraging employees to avail themselves of the benefits of such training. Accordingly, the parties commit themselves to: