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The old job training was pretty extensive but needed work-they just redesigned it and it's been working out great so far. All new hires have at least a 5 day training with a fun surprise on the first day,
Depending on how experienced you are with MBO or computers in general, you'll have at least a week of training if not more.
Thorough but not done in a comfortable manner/environment which made it more difficult to learn
Job training was minimal and not thorough. Luckily I came from a high end spa so I knew how to perform. The training videos for massage modalities, especially pregnancy massage was a joke, very little detail. Salt stone was a little better, but not realistic. Many new people don't really know exactly what is going on.
They need to seriously work on improving their job training. All of the therapist's need to be trained in deep tissue, trigger point, and hot stone. It would help increase the therapists bookings. Most clients are looking for a therapeutic massage. Also, there needs to be training available for new therapist's that just got out of school. Little things make a big difference in the spa world. Such as the type of questions you ask your client's during your consultation can make or break your massage. They need to have a massage therapist on hand to help out first time therapists, and to help guide the other therapists to make sure things are running smoothly and to act as an advocate.
Mandatory training; takes several days to complete due to lag in servers. Watch an hour of videos and take quizzes regarding the content, and perform a mock client interaction from greetings through to client recommendations.