Training was amazing. I learned so much about photography!
It'll get you going, but a lot of the growth is personal development.
Way too thorough. Took three full 8 hour days for them to go over setting up the rig dozens of times and filling out basic paperwork.
I only trained for 1 days before being sent out to work one of the busiest days of the year
They usually send you home early, all the training is mostly boring videos
At the time of my training I had incredible on-boarding with the Human Resources department and a schedule with meetings set up with other staff from my previous manager.
32 hours of sitting at a computer and no true hands on training, you are thrown to the wolves
On the job, paid training was ok. It's a lot of information to learn and memorize with very little time to do it. Usually 1-2 weeks to learn it all, but if you don't have photography and sales backgrounds, you are going to struggle!
Training was comprehensive, but often is rushed through without a chance for questions.
Was told they would pay $10 hour for training... in the end they only pay minimum wage. No pay for travel time, and because I am in Minnesota, expenses for travel don't begin for the first 90 miles round trip. Also was told a bonus would be paid out after 30 days, and I have been with them longer than 30 days, and no mention of bonus.