I work for a large corporation and within it there are multiple projects on going at any one time. Usually, you get to know the people that you work with on projects and they sort of become close based on their relationship to you.
I am planning on leaving my job but my job has plans to hold training and other things to bring up the engineers ready for the rest of the year. On one hand, as an employee, I have a duty to be trained and use the information I am being taught for future engineers and also future work but on the other hand my manager might do better without me and train someone else who isn't going to throw a two weeks notice in their face.
I haven’t made the decision when that will be but it will be soon. In a situation like this do I just shut up and not say anything or inform him of my plans? Part of this is also because they will be flying us out – I just feel like what a waste of company funds but on the other hand nothing is set in stone. They always say don't let anyone know at your job if you are leaving as this can make work life difficult. What do I do?