In-service meaning

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The definition of in-service is something that happens while someone is a full-time employee.

An example of in-service is the training a teacher receives to learn updated information about technology.

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Of, relating to, or being a full-time employee.

In-service teachers.

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Designating or of training, as through special courses, workshops, etc., given to employees in connection with their work.
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While employed.

An in-service withdrawal from 401k savings.

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(chiefly UK, of training etc.) Taking place when one is an employee.
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Relating to or being a full-time employee.

We offer both in-service and full-time employee training.

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To train or educate someone while they are working, to give "on-the-job" training.

She spends most of her time in-servicing teachers in helping struggling students.

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(chiefly UK) Employed as a domestic servant.
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(chiefly US and Canada) Available for use; operational.
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(chiefly UK) Whilst a domestic servant.
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Taking place or continuing while one is a full-time employee.

In-service training workshops.

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