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Applying the principles of directed time

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Last updated on 24 March 2017
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How should we apply directed time? This article explains how to apply the principles of directed time and what activities, tasks and meetings are counted towards directed time. It looks at what to do if directed time is exceeded, as well as how directed time works in a PRU.

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Contents

  1. 1 Activities included in directed time
  2. 2 Free periods
  3. 3 Contingency time
  4. 4 Exceeding directed time
  5. 5 PRUs

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