The following Employment guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Training and development
The Employer is committed to lifelong learning and encourages all its employees to improve their skills and qualifications and develop their prospects for onward career progression. On joining the Employer, you will receive an induction which will include:
training in any systems you may be required to use in the course of your employment;
introductory meetings with colleagues and members of the[ management] team.
During your employment:
you will receive a development plan as part of your appraisal process in which you will have the opportunity to discuss and agree further opportunities for training in appropriate[ technical, managerial, interpersonal, specialist] skills;
the Employer will also support you[ with [paid OR unpaid] time off, provision of facilities and payment of tuition fees] should you enrol on an external course approved in advance by the Employer with a view to gaining a recognised [professional OR vocational] qualification which may benefit both you and the Employer;
your performance will be evaluated annually but if, in the interim, there are any matters which cause you concern about your role, you should discuss them with [insert job title] as soon as possible.
Education and training
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