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What do we mean by training and development?

Employment and Training

In general, we approve and encourage the following employee trainings:

As part of our learning and development provisions, we can also arrange for subscriptions or educational material, so employees will have access to news, articles and other material that can help them become better at their job. There are two conditions for this:

This list doesn’t include software licences or other tools that are absolutely necessary for employees’ jobs.

Whether it's hands on experience or a classroom led course, our learning & development approach is evolving to support our people’s career, whatever direction they chose to take.

Individual training programs

The company has certain provisions regarding individual training programs. All employees that have worked for the company more than four months are eligible to participate in external training programs individually or in teams. We will set a budget for each employee at the beginning of a year, which we’ll renew annually. Employees can be absent for training for up to 10 days per year.

Corporate training programs

We might occasionally engage experts to train our employees. The company will cover the entire cost in this case. Examples of this kind of training and development are:

Employment and Training

This category also includes training conducted by internal experts and managers. Examples are:

In-House Training

Training should improve or update knowledge and skills. Anyone participating in training must do so fully and make their best effort to complete the training successfully.

Any in-house training will normally take place during working hours, wherever possible. When required, all staff are expected to attend these training sessions. Non-attendance at training may be a disciplinary matter.

Other types of training

Both employees and their managers are responsible for continuous learning. Employees should show willingness to improve by asking their managers for direction and advice. Managers should do the same with their own superiors, while encouraging and mentoring their subordinates.

Employees and managers are responsible for finding the best ways to CPD. They can experiment with job rotation, job shadowing and other types of on-the-job training (without disrupting daily operations). We also encourage employees to use their rights for self-paced learning by asking for educational material and access to other resources within allocated budget.

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