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    Re: Technician Interview Process

    I have to admit, the last training i attended was by far the best to date, all other techs there also had many years of experience so there really were no stupid questions.

    I guess its the luck of the draw picking the good classes without all the cowboys, if its chosen for you and you have no say, well your screwed


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    Re: Technician Interview Process

    I don't know about you, but I somehow always get paired up with the guy with no mechanical aptitude. Two and 1/2 hours later he's still trying to change the feed rollers, and I'm trying to scavenge enough parts to reassemble our machine for the next stage. =^..^=

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    Re: Technician Interview Process

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    I don't know about you, but I somehow always get paired up with the guy with no mechanical aptitude. Two and 1/2 hours later he's still trying to change the feed rollers, and I'm trying to scavenge enough parts to reassemble our machine for the next stage. =^..^=
    I'm always suspicious of designated seating at these training events - what does it matter where i sit?!

    I think it has something to do with evenly distributing the newbies and the "less capable" techs and the good ones, but then again thats just a guess. How would they even judge that? possibly by looking at their training records and tenure at the company.


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    Re: Technician Interview Process

    In most of the classes I've been in, we go around the room and introduce ourselves and our work experience. I'm sure that they pair up techs so that one tech can assist the other in making it through the class. =^..^=

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    Re: Technician Interview Process

    yes, come to think of it, that is a standard practice in our training sessions too


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