I've recently ended with a company after my probation period with a company in the UK. However during the position I've learnt some valuable skills, including new techniques and coding languages, which otherwise I will have no demonstrable experience.
The probation period was ended by the former employer, and can, broadly be contributed to lack of project progress (on a new, spoeculative product) and disagreements with a 'type X' member of the management.
Generally in the UK, the practice is to provide the contact details for a referee, rather than a reference from them, so unfortunately I am unable to check what they have put, however they have offered to provide a reference.
For many that I'm going for, the experience is valuable and I would rule myself out of several positions if I were to omit it.
I'm wondering how I should address this matter in interviews for future positions?
Many Thanks, Yew