My company (employer, not my own company) has paid for a "group" training subscription, similar to Pluralsight as that's probably the best known - that they add employees to and we can use all kinds of industry relevant training courses. No mention of a "payback" clause etc. It's a product whereby we can study any courses that are available within it, for no additional cost further to the subscription they paid.
Could I use the knowledge from this (edited to add: studied in my own personal time) 1. in applying for new jobs at other companies and/or 2. in my own capacity for personal freelance or self employed work, without any issues from my employer? Given that there's no company policy about things like this.
For example... This provider has a course on "How to create a website selling your own Crafty Product" as part of the subscription (but creating a website, or marketing a Crafty Thing isn't relevant to my role with my employer as I'm a First line Help Desk Person). Then I use this knowledge to create my website selling Personalised Crafty Keyrings outside my regular employment.
Edit2 (and maybe more philosophical): how far is knowledge from training from that provider/employer considered "proprietary"? Particularly - if considering outside employment, should I shy away from this and seek an outside source for the information from that training?