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Formation interne
Qu'est-ce que la formation interne ?
Une formation interne est une formation organisée par l'entreprise au bénéfice de l'un ou plusieurs de ses salariés. L'entreprise s’occupe de la conception du stage, du contenu pédagogique et de l'organisation pratique du déroulement.
La formation interne peut se dérouler dans les locaux de l’entreprise ou en dehors.
Important : si une partie de la formationa lieu sur les lieux de production, ou au poste de travail du stagiaire, celle-ci doit respecter des conditions précises pour être considérée comme une formation. Il est obligatoire d'en informer les représentants du personnel.
Les formateurs peuvent être soit des salariés de l'entreprise soit, sous certaines conditions, des formateurs extérieurs, qui interviennent à la demande de l’entreprise pour des activités spécifiques.
Temps de formation et rémunération ?
La rémunération des salariés pendant leur formation obéit à des règles différentes selon que celle-ci est organisée pendant ou en dehors du temps de travail habituel.
En règle générale, les actions de formation inscrites dans le plan de formation se déroulent pendant le temps de travail, dans le cadre de l'horaire normal de l'entreprise. Dans ce cas, la rémunération est maintenue.

La réalisation de la formation en dehors du temps de travail, c'est-à-dire sur des temps habituellement non travaillés (jours de congés payés, de RTT, soirées...) est possible.

Les règles relatives à la rémunération du salarié sont différentes selon la catégorie d'action de formation du plan concernée : formation du plan concernée : Catégorie d'action | Formation au-delà du temps de travail habituel | Rémunération | Conditions | 1/ action d'adaptation au poste de travail ou liée au maintien et à l'évolution de l'emploi | Possible, dans le cadre des heures supplémentaires autorisées dans l'entreprise. |…...

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