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How employee should request for time off for study or training at work in United Kingdom?

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How employee should request for time off for study or training at work in United Kingdom?

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    Employees should follow their organisation’s rules to request time off. If there aren’t any they can write to them saying it’s a request ‘under Section 63D of the Employment Rights Act 1996’ with the following details: . the date . the subject matter of the study or training . where and when it would take place . who will be providing the training . the name of the qualification you could get (if any) . why you think this study or training will help make you do your job better and help your employer’s business . if you’ve made a request before and when If all this information is not included an employer doesn’t have to consider your request. You can normally only make 1 request every year.

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