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Pizza College Offers Collaborative Training

Pizza College Offers Collaborative Training

Keeping your team up-to-date on the newest products and processes can be a real challenge.  In order to give them the information they need, it may mean pulling them out of their jobs, which can impact your productivity.  Is there a better option?  Pizza College, a lunchtime training, creates the environment for collaborative training that will help your team.

Your team will love the format.  Instead of simply sitting in a room and being lectured, we offer food – we’ll even bring the pizza! – and the opportunity to have a conversation with your team about their jobs and how the new products work.  This less than formal training is an enjoyable way to get information dispersed to your group.

We cover safety.  Whenever a chemical product is used, safety is always a critical concern.  As part of our training, we always take the time to discuss the properties of each product and its proper, safe usage, as well as the new GHS standards.  This means that each of your employees will have a full understanding of how the products work and what they need to be aware of.

Questions are part of the process.  Instead of offering a formal presentation, we structure the training to include plenty of dialogue.  This allows your team members to ask their questions in a relaxed environment where they can get the information they need to do their job more effectively.

We talk about equipment.  Ensuring that your equipment is working optimally can help your products to perform the way they are designed.  During our event, we can address any questions that you have about equipment maintenance that your team may have.

Does Pizza College sound like a good option for your company?  Give us a call today and we will be happy to schedule a time to train your team.  Just have their pizza order ready when you call!  Call now for excellent collaborative training hosted by the team from Troy Chemical.

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