Our expert says:
There are few silly questions, and only occasional silly answers. I'm sure other good, working readers will respond tomorrow when they return to their computers. Why not discuss this with your manager first ? They're presumably content with the quality of your work, which is why you hold the job --- but it may be some other course would be better suited to preparing you for eventual promotion. And the company gets tax breaks for providing staff training, so they might be able to help with or even cover the costs. IF you phrase it tactfully, and speak of wanting "even more stimulation" and challende, and more opportunity to use your initiative" that should sound impressive. Maybe there's an HR person you could discuss this with first, who could advise on possibilities within the company.
And as I complete typing this answer, I check and find Liza has already given the same excellent answer.
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