242 employees reported this benefit
Domino’s Pizza LLC provides corporate team members professional training. Franchisee benefit offerings will vary by franchisee.
Brief, but teaches you practically nothing. You only really learn on the job.
Mostly on the job training and left upto the other workers
I had to ask to be trained by different managers
easy to learn responsibilities, not much to the training, learn to make pizzas, learn to deliver and learn to take orders.
Training gets the job done. Don’t set yourself up for failure.
There were 2 different options: watch the long videos, it would have taken about 3 days in total to watch all of the videos, or to have the franchise owner explain every couple slides what the video is about. I choose the explaining by the franchise owner, I learn better by word of mouth, or hands-on than by a long video.
Its alright after the first day or two you usually (if its not a super busy day) learn enough to be occupied for much of the shift, however they tend to be very slow teaching anything more once you have a relativity dedicated work load to you for your shift.
was 1 hour long job training by some random csr who had started the week before me.
Best thing about job training is they let you shadow someone on a few deliveries and then once you are ready then they throw you into them by yourself.
Training for delivery driving was easy and sufficient but as for working in the store, there was little to no hands on training