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The best thing about training is that you got trained by someone who knows their stuff and then you would have to perform what you learned to the lead.
They sure do a lot of it.
This year was the first year we had a training budget so some people got it. Many did not. I'm not sure if there will be a budget for it next year.
You spent 2-3 days going over a powerpoint about the list of things you need to know, but theres so much information thats compacted in there. Last day you spend shadowing and you may get the opportunity to be on your own with supervision. It's honestly a hand on job and you learn along the way. There is so many scenarios that may happen and every day is almost something new.
very strong on training every year
It really depended on the area you worked. But overall it lacks
Depends on the department and park. Some supervisors and trainers are very detailed about their training others just go over basics and expect you to figure out the rest on your own.
There was no "in house' specific training, however you did have access to other park individuals in other departments who were usually eager to assist or instruct you in procedures you were not familiar with. This was not a "company organized" program, it was simply great co-workers.
It's a long process once you get into the training classes, but again they make it fun and interactive for everyone and they even give you a tour of the park.
Employees were trained for three days on the job. Pretty easy