Classroom week at Grove City Oh.

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  1. fleetline

    fleetline New Member

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    What can anyone tell me about my week of classroom. Any tips,suggestions????
     
  2. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    Listen and learn? Seriously, congratulations on getting to that point. I would love to be in your shoes, however I can't be gone like you all due to extended family reasons. I would love to have the choice though. Rock on Brother!
     
  3. fleetline

    fleetline New Member

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    Thanks, I am looking forward to the new job. No more on call.
     
  4. slim6596

    slim6596 Freight Relocation Tech

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    Pay attention, take notes, and enjoy. They throw a lot of information at you, but don't worry about it. Always ask when in doubt about something. Welcome to Wal-Mart.
     
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  6. fleetline

    fleetline New Member

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    Now that sounds good!!!
     
  7. Extreme4x4

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    As they told me when I got my uniforms, "you might want to get them a bit big, as you will grow into them." LOL
     
  8. fleetline

    fleetline New Member

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    Hahaha yes that is true. Too small is never good. Thanks
     
  9. oldguns

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    Enjoy it will get interesting..! Then your out with a trainer for a week...he will be explaining the obc ( on board computer ) paper work and everything he can to get you comfortable with the operation. Yes, they aren't afraid to feed the drivers...and they do an outstanding job. I think my uniforms are e t or extra tight.!
     
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