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If an employee pays for training that occurs during work hours, the employee may either:
(1) Request the supervisor consider the time in training as “hours of work” (5 CFR 551.423). The employee does not use leave if he or she is in a work status. If the training relates to the employee’s job, the supervisor may agree to the employee being in a work status to attend.
(2) Request the supervisor approve annual leave to attend the training. If the training does not relate to the employees job, the supervisor may not agree to the employee being in a work status to attend.
For more information on training expenses, go to pp. 22-27 in the Training Policy Handbook.
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