Ex employer won't ?

GAM

Member
Mixed Farmer
How do you go about getting your tickets off an ex employer who says, I can't remember the training company, and they should have sent the tickets directly to you?
 

Lofty1984

Member
Location
Cardiff
I'm sure it doesn't apply here , but if I'd paid for an employee to do training and within a few month's he left to work somewhere else I think I could have trouble remembering
So yes it could
That’s what I thought Bob was getting at if that happens you’d have every right to be annoyed but can’t really keep it from them surely? Should agree in writing before hand that if they leave within a timeframe they are liable to stump up a percentage
 

Bald n Grumpy

Member
Livestock Farmer
That’s what I thought Bob was getting at if that happens you’d have every right to be annoyed but can’t really keep it from them surely? Should agree in writing before hand that if they leave within a timeframe they are liable to stump up a percentage
Yep should be sorted beforehand
Lads on civil engineering have to sign up to stay for an agreed time or repay training costs I think
 
Location
southwest
There's no legal requirement to have most of these tickets such as FLT, 180, 360 anyway, it's usually just an Insurance requirement that users are "competent"

In strictly legal terms, the certificates belong to whoever paid for the training.

And the thing about signing to repay training costs if you quit the job isn't legally enforceable either.
 

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