You get no training for this job. You're your own boss and choose what locations you want to service and the amount of time you want to spend doing jobs. In my area, there was hardly any work to be found working for this company and I would often only have about 8 hours worth of work for a week.
What you do in this company is that you go into different stores in their network, like Walmart and Home Depot, and you set up little displays, fill certain items, or reset small sections of an aisle in that store. so, you pick the tasks you want to do, then you go to the store and you have to talk to customer service or a manager, then hope they know where the product is in the back room. If you go in the evening, you're less likely to find anyone that knows anything about anything.
In general, they don't teach you anything, everything is somewhat confusing, you won't get hours unless you maybe live in a heavily populated area, and you have to get information from incompetent workers.
They pay for travel - up to a certain point.
No training, No hours, Confusing