I'm referring to the guidance here and the phrase 'Take part in training'. I've also Googled but not found anything to help.
We have an engineering client who ran out of paid work so has had one senior employee training a junior employee full time since 8th June, zero other work has been undertaken by either employee.
The training is at the engineering premises as it involves using machinery and software.
The person receiving the training can be furloughed as I am not aware of any reference to the training needing to be off the premises, is that correct?
What about the senior employee providing the training? They are 'taking part in training' and the phrase doesn't differentiate between tutor and student, so they can be treated as furloughed also?
If you have infornation to confirm or dispute the above, please could you provide the hyperlink in your reply.