13. Waiver 13.1. Failure to exercise or delay in the exercise of a right or remedy under this Agreement or Act does not constitute a waiver of that (or other) right or remedy and does not exclude the continuation of the exercise of that (or other) right or remedy. A training agreement is a written agreement between an employer and its employee, which defines the conditions of each training that the company pays for them. It defines the cost of training, who is successful in training and who is the primary culprit. Here, too, it is above all a question of putting this balance in order. The training agreement model provided above will do the job in most cases – but sometimes you need more specialized assistance. If you need help developing a training contract, contact us with our human resources consultant. Services: the training course and all the materials and information about the training services offered on our website or that are communicated to you by email or any other means for 12 months and are automatically renewed every 12 months. However, it is important for employers that it can also be used to indicate when a worker might be responsible for reimbursement of these training costs and how that reimbursement would work.

In particular, it can determine whether these costs are reimbursed when an employee leaves the company shortly after the end of the training. 2. Use of materials. As part of the training courses, Takari can allow the client to access the current version of Takari`s training material (“training materials”). Subject to the terms of this agreement, Takari grants the client a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sub-conceded licence so that a copy of this training material per paid training participant is used only for internal training purposes. A training participant cannot pass on training materials to others. The client cannot: (a) copy the training material or part of it; (b) to share, distribute, lease, sub-license or transfer copies of training materials or their parts with or to third parties, or to authorize third parties to use training materials; (c) modify, decompile, decompil or redeploy any takeaway code provided with training materials; or (d) use training materials to develop services or products for sale or to include components of training equipment in a product similar to a product. Training materials may contain or provide software components that are subject to open source software conditions. For open source software, the terms of the corresponding open source software license apply instead of the license and restrictions of this section 2.

The second thing to think about when implementing training agreements is the idea of “trade restriction.” As we have already said, training agreements are designed to protect businesses from losing their investments – but the law will not allow an employer to use them to unreasonably prevent someone from changing jobs.