How Your Theatre Employees ‘Get Ready’ Better Than Others
This final message in our series is about quickly preparing for re-opening – it is about moving forward. If you missed any of our past messages this week, you can follow them here: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
During this transition, many cinemas will need to hire and onboard up to 50% new employees quickly.
This will be a lot like the effort that goes into opening a brand new theater in many ways. Time and resources are critical, and they will likely be limited. With the right tools and training in place on the other hand, your theater can keep moving forward like you never missed a beat and provide an incredible moviegoing experience for guests – which will keep them coming back, and keep these guest spending even more than before!
Be proactive in this time and consider these thought-starters for fast-tracking critical employee training skills:
- Pricing & Product Memorization
- Customer Service Expectations
- Cleaning & Sanitation Protocols
- Emergency & Safety Protocols
All of these modules are created and available now as part of the CineTRAIN Training Curriculum. In fact, CineTRAIN has 25+ customizable cinema employee training modules on a cloud-based learning management platform – available today!
Now, it’s time to be frank. You could certainly work on all we discussed in this series yourself, or you could skip the manual work and sign your theater up for CineTRAIN now – completely free, no commitment. It is the quickest and most engaging way to standardize cinema employee training at your theater.
Be on the lookout for the final message on, and in the meantime, here is that offer for a limited time:
OFFER TO YOU:
Employee Training content at CineTRAIN is proven, beneficial, and COMPLETELY FREE during this time of shutdown. We have seen these programs increase sales by up to 30% and overall customer experience in theaters across the country. We believe in CineTRAIN’s content so much, that we know it will increase your financial performance as well. If you try the program and are not completely satisfied, there is no charge or commitment, but your employees will retain the valuable training.
What is there to lose?
Get moving with ‘The Right Way’