Spine point for starting Hi training when already Band6 PWP?

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LIWY
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Spine point for starting Hi training when already Band6 PWP?

Post by LIWY » Sat Jun 11, 2016 1:42 am

Would anyone be able to answer the question...if you are already a Band 6 senior PWP and a few points up the spine - do you drop back to the bottom of Band 6 when starting one of the fixed term Hi trainee places in a new Service or do you remain with your current point and increment date?

Thank you..

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bluegoat
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Re: Spine point for starting Hi training when already Band6

Post by bluegoat » Sat Jun 11, 2016 9:54 am

LIWY wrote:Would anyone be able to answer the question...if you are already a Band 6 senior PWP and a few points up the spine - do you drop back to the bottom of Band 6 when starting one of the fixed term Hi trainee places in a new Service or do you remain with your current point and increment date?

Thank you..
No, you should remain on your current spine point and you should you get your increment when it is due.

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