"Training scheduled" or "Training pending"? Let's say there is a training which starts in a week. What status would be correct in this case - "Training scheduled" or "Training pending"?
Jul 30, 2019 12:24 PM
Answers · 8
If something is pending it is unresolved or still not decided on. If it is scheduled it has been arranged and it is going to happen.
July 30, 2019
“Pending training” sounds like a training you had to do but you didn’t. The right option is “scheduled training”
July 30, 2019
"pending" is a more formal word often used to describe the status where steps have been taken to resolve a situation, but they aren't completed. (patent pending, legal case is pending, application pending etc.) "My certification is pending. I am scheduled to take the training course and certification exam next week." "training scheduled" doesn't sound like a "status". "certification pending" (for example) does.
July 31, 2019
training sechdule
July 30, 2019
See the answer below.
July 30, 2019
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