One day, maybe two tops. Then you're on your own.
1 week. I learned how to prepare sheet outs and dishes but when it was time to do toppings i got scolded for not knowing how to do toppings properly despite the fact that they never taught me.
I was trained in one week.
The training course only take two weeks.
Answered - Dough Maker/cashier (Former Employee) - Syracuse, NY
Training was about a week long, but it could be completed faster depending on how long your shifts are.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Mill Hall, PA
Training is two days long.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Mount Vernon, NY
The training with a good manager is 2 weeks long.
Answered - SHIFT MANAGER (Former Employee) - Brandon, MS
Training usually last a week.
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Mustang, OK
There is no "training" time. From your first day they throw you in with everyone else and you have to figure it out as you go.
Answered - Delivery Driver and Customer Service (Current Employee) - Roseburg, OR
A fe weeks to a month.
Answered - Shift Manager (Former Employee) - Kalamazoo, MI