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Your employer can only deduct money for training courses if you had an agreement and it was made in writing or in the contract. For example, during a training course, your employer can ask you to agree in writing to pay back fees when you leave within six months.
To give more context, by law, a deduction for training courses can only take someone's pay below the National Minimum Wage if they agreed to pay back costs and either:
In conclusion, if you haven't signed any agreement in relation to your training course, your employer should not deduct anything from your pay.
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In that case, if your employer is relying on a contract provision or written consent from you, then it would be enforceable.
I see. If it is the usual process/policy in the company, then they should not deduct anything from your pay.
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