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Yes, ministries and government entities are applying all methods of training and development mentioned in the training system. The ministries decide the forms of training and development and federal agencies according with the training plans set by them.
The Federal Human Resources Authority is in the process of developing a career succession policy.
The Minister may grant the Internal Trainer a cash reward based on a basis determined by senior management. In addition, coordinate with the Human Resources Authority and the Ministry of Finance.
Yes, the employee must return all the costs paid to him /her and if the employee does not do so, the Ministry and the government authority are entitled to refund the costs of the course from the employee's salary.
Yes, the administration shall maintain the estimated costs of the training program provided, that a written notice be submit, including cancellation of the attendance, if it is submit at least five days prior to the date of the program. The administration concerned shall seek the registration of an alternative employee of the training budget of that administration.
According to the model No. 3.1.3 in the procedures manual of the system, the procedures for deduction were detailed. The details are calculate according to the training department and the payroll department. It is then approved according to the delegation of financial and administrative authority in the federal authority. Issuing the ministry decision by the minister or a delegated member to finalize the deduction procedures .
It can be required in the interests of the work and in the slightest extent, subject to the approval of the senior management of the training and before the end of the probation period.
The employee shall submit a written notice within five working days of the date of the program. He must attend an alternative. If he is unable to notify the concerned administration, the costs of the program shall be deducted from the training budget of that administration. If the reason given is not convincing, the employee shall be forbidden of six months of training.
Yes, it is possible to differ the forms of training to develop the same skill, but it is preferable to take into account the financial cost in this case and start forms of training is not expensive such as job shadowing and then nominate for a training course in case of not benefiting from the program.
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