Turkey: Training and development
Original and updating authors: Batuhan Sahmay and Özlem Özdemir
- There is no general statutory obligation on employers to provide or finance vocational training for their employees. (See General)
- There is a system of apprenticeships, whereby individuals receive practical on-the-job training at an employer's premises and theoretical education at a vocational training centre. Apprentices are not considered to be employees. (See Apprenticeships)
- Employers with 10 or more employees are required to provide skills training to students attending courses at vocational educational institutions. (See Student training placements)
Access to the International product requires a subscription
Request a demo
Already an XpertHR user?