119 employees reported this benefit
It's a three-day process, which encompasses integration activities, panes explaining the company's history and its beliefs, the way it grew and all of its accomplishments. Followed by meeting the staff and listening to their description of the work environment and their contribution. Followed by specific training on their platforms and equipment including software applications and protocols following the employee training handbook. The last day is practical training on the company platforms.
They do not do a very good job in training the new employee about how to be a successful territory sales manager
The trainers here are very nice and do a very good job of training. You get 1-2 weeks of training.
Learn to set up equipment to create a great portrait. Learned I-Depot to operate picture id's for staff and students.
Their thorough job training is exceptional when they have the time. However, if there are workers who will probably have experience will not receive adamant training and will be just placed onto the field.
Depends on the Job, in my case, you learn as you work. It's fairly quick to understand, but understanding can vary from person to person.
Paid training was great! If you succeed as an underclass photographer you can apply to become a Senior photographer and will receive more training on quick studio sessions for glamour type photos.
6 weeks paid training class
Need more ongoing training after initial hire
Initial job training is sufficient but no ongoing training