Training Period Sample Clauses

Training Period. No discipline for cash handling or Operating Guidelines errors will be issued during a Ticket Sellers first thirty (30) working days as a Ticket Seller.
Training Period. A successful applicant under either the National or Interim Bid Program shall be entitled to a reasonable training period in which to qualify.
Training Period. The training provided for in this Article shall be given during the hours of work whenever possible. Any such training outside of working hours shall be considered voluntary unless at the request of the Employer, in which case time devoted to training shall be considered as time worked.
Training Period. The training provided for in this article shall be given during the hours of work whenever possible. Any time devoted to training due to technological change shall be considered as time worked.
Training Period. The training period for all bus drivers shall extend until the driver has obtained a permanent school bus driver’s certificate.
Training Period. The temporary employee wage scale will be as follows: Eighty-five percent (85%) zero (0) to one thousand (1,000) hours. Ninety percent (90%) one thousand one (1,001) to one thousand five hundred (1,500) Ninety-five percent (95%) one thousand five hundred one (1,501) to two thousand (2,000) Temporary employees will move to the new adjusted rate, pursuant to the above scale, upon ratification. No existing temporary employee will have his pay reduced by moving to the new adjusted rate. Employees presently at eighty-five percent (85%) will move to ninety-five percent (95%) after six hundred and nine (609) hours worked and one hundred percent (100%) after two thousand (2,000) hours worked.
Training Period. During the training period, the Employer will review progress at the respective block intervals or at the conclusion of a contract term and may either recommend a further training period or termination, subject to Provincial Government apprenticeship program guidelines. Unsatisfactory progress or failure to complete a block may be considered just cause for termination for new employees, or termination from the Employer’s apprenticeship program for existing employees.
Training Period. Where the introduction of new methods or machines requires different or greater skills than are currently possessed by an Employee, the Employer will provide to the affected Employee a training program which in management’s sole opinion is sufficient in duration for the Employee to acquire the necessary knowledge or skills. If after such training period the Employee is unable to acquire the new skills and knowledge necessary, the Employee will be given an opportunity to fill other positions as defined in Article 16, or elect the severance provision. No new Employee will be hired by the Employer to assume any of the job duties of the worker whose job is affected by technological change, until after such Employee has completed his/her training program and is deemed to be unable to do the job.
Training Period. The parties acknowledge that trainee classifications are created for the purpose of preparing employees for the target class. Therefore said training periods may be extended for absences of more than an aggregate of fifteen (15) days resulting from WorkersCompensation, sick leave or leave without pay. Such extension shall be for the number of working days the employee was absent. The new employee shall receive written notice of the length of the normal training period. Written notice of such extension must be provided to the employee no less than three (3) weeks prior to the end of the original Training Period. The Union president shall be copied on the notice of extension.
Training Period. Training Period is the time for an Employee occupying a trainee position to meet the minimum requirements of the position. This period is subject to reduction or increase by mutual agreement between Management and the Chief Steward of the Union or designee. Positions for which there are no qualified bids may be filled with an Employee in a Training Period subject to the following guidelines: