They train you often and on different subjects. They will pay for any certifications you need and they are very easy to complete and comply with. The training of course doesn't cover everything you'll encounter on the job, but you'll quickly learn. They provide on-the-job training for the first day and often will pair you with a senior member of staff for the first week and a half until you get the hang of things. Coworkers tend to be very helpful in teaching you the ropes. All you need to do is ask.
paid training before commencing the job
The best was detail training and it was hands on.
Easy training, training is through the online program that is provided by Advantage, it is impotent to have a computer at home in order to access the online training website and not rely on your smart phone device only.
Job training essentially doesn't exist. You are sent out on the road with a person from a nearby area. You are not trained by a trainer and you never really get an overview about what you are doing and it's impact on the client.
All video training. Never saw a supervisor in person.
Offered on the job training. Although it largely depended on your team lead. I know they were working to formalize a process.
top of the line scientist trainers
Training is limited. A lot of the training is by your peers and is inconsistent. A big complaint that many people have is that training is inadequate in this company. In Retail you may never even meet your supervisor depending on the location.
I was a very informative and convenient class schedule and was geared to go at your pace. I was very impressed at the training and how much information was given.