“The program was very useful to me, especially as a petrol attendant. It covered safety at forecourt and now I know how to use a fire extinguisher. Now I can even warn the customers about unsafe acts, such as smoking, and cellphone on forecourt. So now I take care of my environment daily”
Don’t wait, register today!
‘tasklearn’ helps you to increase volumes and turnovers.
We provide easy-to-use, practical training with instructions on how to do the actual tasks in the job.
Now you can train continuously, the way training should be done.
- No more transport costs to training venues
- No more absence of employees from site during training
- No more waiting for training to be scheduled or dealing with postponements when you’ve already made plans
- More task-based training modules focused on how to do the job
- More practical step-by-step instructions in each training module
- More reports showing weekly progress for each individual employee
- No long term contracts
- No variable monthly fees
- Cancel anytime
- All modules are short, practical and focused on job tasks specifically for service stations
- Accessible from any connected device, for any employee, at any time, in any department
- More than 70+ training modules available already for Forecourt Attendants, Cashiers, Merchandisers and more
Benefits + Features
“To make sure that we promote products to the customers and we don’t always offer the same promotion” and “these modules it help us how to treat our customers and how to keep them in our business”
“It is excellent training to give each customer full service he/she will keep on coming because it makes them feel like they are at their home”
Like diamonds, a business and an employee have to go through some changes before you get to the real value.
Legacy brands have been around for more than 100 years. Are we really using that unbelievable brand recognition and trust to generate sales on site?
The fuel industry has become fiercely competitive with your adversary literally around the next corner, and the next. What’s to be done?