IT Training Policy
Successful IT departments are defined not only by the technology they deploy and manage, but by the skills and capabilities of their people. IT workers must keep up to date with the latest technology trends and evolutions, as well as developing soft skills like project management, presentation and persuasion, and general management.
This IT Training Policy from TechRepublic Premium defines the types of training the company will pay for and covers training guidelines, employee obligations, organizational responsibilities and reimbursement procedures.
From the policy:
APPROVAL PROCESS FOR SELF-STUDY
Self-study or unconventional activities for employee development can also be reimbursed. Examples include entering technical competitions or “hackathons,” completing self-paced learning, and building a proof-of-concept or prototype where the results or skills required directly contribute to the employee’s benefit, even if the ultimate output is not directly related to the employee’s job requirements or the company’s current business.
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