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I have just found out that my manager had refused me further training and development within my current role. I have been asking to attend certain courses for the past three years on my PDP that were beneficial to enhancing my knowledge, I even offered to pay for these courses my self out of my wages but still I was never given the go ahead to attend any of them. One of the courses that I was pursuing became available and two places were authorised by my manager, one of the places was taken by one of the trainers who then asked if I had to attend the other, he was told no that I wasn't to go. The course was imperative to the job role I currently work in and could have benefited the company. When I found out about this course I asked my manager why I wasn't given the opportunity to attend and why I was never informed of it, his reply was because you are looking for another job and because you never asked me about it. At no time did I tell him I was leaving the company although I did say months previously that the job I was doing had become stale because there was no challenge and I was going to pursue other interests and how could I ask about the course if he didn't tell me about it. I feel humiliated and hurt that I was overlooked by my manager yet again, what are my legal rights and where should I go from here?
Hi Ben, You have asked me to rate your answer but I do not see where my answer is?
I have not received an answer to my question?
Asking someone how long they have worked there is not a satisfied answer?