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Does Aspen offer paid training?

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Yes, as a hygienist you get 2 weeks at a nearby office.

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Absolutely no traing. Just thrown into the job and this is after they tell you , you will be trained. This was at the Alliance Ohio location the most unprofessional place I ever worked at and that goes for the dentist as well.

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Nope. You learn as you go. Then get yelled at for not doing your job correctly. Had to leave the place. Had lots of questions but no answers. No more comments.

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No paid training for PSR position. You are expected to be on your own on the first day.

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I've been an assistant for 30 years and used to be a denture lab tech. They take new grads and they do well at training them. The downfall is the lack of pay.

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Here at the BC , Minnesota location they pay for your mileage which is worth it. I worked 50 minutes away for training and was paid about .50 cents per mile, which is great !

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As a PSR, my "training facility" is at another office until "my home office" opens. I'm here for 4 weeks PSR training, then 2 weeks CSC training. Aspen is paying for my hotel, mileage, and food on top of my hourly pay. I just complete an expense report and I'm paid the following week. Yes, the initial week pay isn't until the following Friday, but it wasn't a deal breaker.

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For DAs and front office staff you're thrown into it without much training. It's more a "learn as you go" type of "training" or basically you try to teach yourself the job

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Not really. They throw you straight into the job and expect you to figure it out.

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Yes. 10 weeks. 1 week in New York and the rest in a local office.

Answered - Office Manager (Former Employee) - Michigan

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