As an IT Manager I will say that you should always take the training. You might find the new stuff will renew your interest in IT. And let's be honest, the company you work for, most likely can afford it, and if you like doing the job, the extra pay will be icing. And both you and the company benefits.Paingod wrote: ↑Mon Aug 27, 2018 1:04 pmAlways take the training. If the "significant pay increase" turns out to be smoke and mirrors, the training is still shiny on a resume.
If you refuse the training, then some managers might look at you as a flight risk, and start treating you differently. Not that I know your situation, so it might be fine to refuse the training, and something normal at your place of employ.