My Call Center Training Experience-II


This was two years ago

I was almost late on our first day of technical skills training.

Our team was merged with the other team (my friend's team).

So new trainer… new faces… new experience… new distressing moments?

TRAINING PROPER: (2 to 3 weeks)

We were trained how to: configure a router, troubleshoot it, et cetera.

I thought that it was a "no-brainer" because I'm an IT graduate. But it somehow
"squeezed my brain," so pretty much, it was challenging.

Then, we were taught how to make some small talk, which was kind of exciting.

For instance:
"How's the weather there? Oh, we have a lot of bitches here…I meant beaches,

Well, anyway the training went on… more or less eight hours a day, but I got the hang of it.

But one day, I received a "confirmation call."

I enjoyed learning new things with my co-trainees.
I shared some embarrassing
with them and eventually laughed about it.
We had some slight
, but managed to fix it.
We made a "bond."

In as much as I wanted to stay, I had to leave. I weighed my options (career advancement).

And that was the end of it. (Was I a good riddance?)


  1. You have nice bitches too. LOLZ!I posted about my experience with nice bitches too. I wondered if you had read it. It's on my site, entitled, "What D'ya Say, You Have Nice Bitches Too?"

  2. @bingkee... yup, nice bitches (bitches for free) =)) Yeah, I've read it Ms. Bingkee. :)


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