Training – The Timeline
Formal Business Training is in January. Our training is a compilation of years of experience. Past operators have indicated that the training they received at Student Works was far better than that received at their current full-time career jobs some at fortune 500 companies and at some of the most recognized companies. Over an intense three day weekend training session you will be taught step-by-step how to manage your business.
- Recruiting and Interviewing
- Marketing, Estimating and Sales
- Employee Motivation
- Client Relations
- Time Management and Organization
- Cost Control and Profit Analysis
Hands – On
Production Management & Profitability Training (April)
Now it’s time to get hands-on.
You will spend a weekend of practical training learning how to deliver a quality paint job to a customer.
You will also learn the importance of cost control and how to maximize your profit.
One on One
One-on-One Training with District Manager (DM), a very successful past Operator. Your DM works with you as a coach, mentor and motivator. DM’s main responsibilities are to;
- Continue to train YOU
- Hold you accountable to your GOALS
All of the business skills are reinforced in actual situations with your DM, helping you with recruiting and marketing plans. Your DM does your inital estimates with you and helps you in starting up your production.
The people who work closest with their DM are the ones who do the best. You are in business for Yourself but not by Yourself.
Starting Your Own Business is a Stroke of Genius
Be A Business Leader
Student Works is in the business of creating leaders by recruiting, training and coaching the best students across Canada
Student Works Painting has created many successful Canadian business leaders while providing summer employment for students
Previous Operators Speak
I learned to follow the systems. I wish I would have followed more. Being organized is a HUGE bonus. Your painters can make you, or break you. DMs have a super weird amount of knowledge that you wouldn’t even think they’d know.