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This Agreement is made on [insert date]
[NAME OF COMPANY], a company incorporated in England with registered number [insert number] whose registered office is at [insert address] (the 'Employer'); and
[NAME OF EMPLOYEE], of [insert address] ('you').
It is Agreed as follows:
Education and training
[Following your recent request for time off for study or training, the OR The] Employer will:
grant you leave of absence from work from [insert date] to [insert date] for the sole purpose of attending [[specify particular course] OR any educational or training course] ('Course') and sitting any examination[s] relevant to the Course which, in its reasonable opinion, is likely to benefit your work;
permit you to take [paid OR unpaid] leave of absence from work in order for you to attend the Course[ and/or sit any such examination];
bear any enrolment, tuition and/or examination fees payable for the Course;
reimburse your for any reasonable travel, accommodation, living and other expenses you incur in attending; the Course or sitting such examination, subject to compliance with the Employer's expenses policy from time to time;
except where the requirements of its business dictate otherwise, permit you to take [paid OR unpaid] leave of absence from work for such period or periods as it may allow in order to study or revise for any examination relevant to the Course.
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