retrainee

re·train·ee

 (rē′trā-nē′)
n.
One who is being or has been retrained.

retrainee

(ˌriːˌtreɪnˈiː)
n
someone who is being or has been retrained
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This wage amount depends on the county the employee is working in, and if the employee is a new hire or a retrainee.
Filming begins soon on Firth's own effort,King of Fridges, starring Richard Williams,an off-beat tale of a young lad who gets saddled with an old retrainee in an electrical warehouse.
The change takes effect with the next staff, technical and master sergeant promotion cycles and will bring promotion consideration for all prior-service members in line with current procedures used for retrainees, said Chief Master Sgt.
The change now treats people coming into the Air Force from a "sister service"--or returning to active duty in a different specialty after a break in Air Force service--as retrainees.
In projects in California, Georgia, and New Jersey, the NCCMT found that most retrainees already knew the basics and did not need individual training.
3 percent of retrainees working the entire year after the end of training.
In addition to the Deployment Readiness Training, the TPC also conducts a variety of aerial port training to include the 3-level Apprentice Course for Retrainees, 60K Tunner Certification Course, and functional training with the Flyaway program.
Manager of Transco's Affordable Warmth programme in Wales, Helen Wooldridge, praised the quality and commitment of the Corus retrainees.
Because of their conscious decision to return to work, retrainees possess a true commitment to their profession and an attitude that their work is more than "just a job.
Retrainees and new hires had wage gains of approximately $3,600 over two years; whereas employees not trained by ETP had a $3,000 gain.