79 employees reported this benefit
It's a great way to prepare for a career.
Career training is the focus because we're students.
It was very simple. Anyone could have done the job after the training, but that is more a reflection of the job than the training.
They trained you how to do the job quickly and efficiently. It was a pretty simple job so there wasn't a whole lot to the training, but anyone could have done it.
The training was done on an infrequent basis so a lot of the new employees didn't know certain things were policy until working there for a month or two when they should have been taught far sooner.
The nature of my work being a developer is kinda learning by yourself anyways. But the other developers were very good trainers and helped me slide into my roll quite easily. You still have to put in the work though.
Tuition is free for employees, and you can access tons of training opportunities, too, via Continuing Ed and other on-campus and off-campus training.
Provided by genuine people and often by those currently in the position for which you are being trained. Variable based on position.
There is some basic training, but most of the time it's learn through experience.
The job training could be improved it was a bit chaotic with the high turnover.