Definition of in-company in English:

in-company

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adjective

Occurring or existing within a company: in-company training programmes
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  • The Institute currently employs 30 teaching staff and delivers a range of both set management training programmes and tailored in-company training programmes.
  • This is a 14-week fulltime course, covering personal development, career planning/job-seeking skills, basic computers and in-company training.
  • As it stands, almost 80% of its revenue comes from an equal split of executive development and in-company programmes.

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