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Checkout Training.

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1. Would you like a bag for life? man or woman 6p charge for each bag, you don't have to scan them all just scan the one bag they need for the ammount of times they need it
2. Scan items
3. Untag DVDs, and Electrical item's
4.Challenge 25 on alcohol
5.look at your folder for fruit n veg,or for Banana's etc wack em on the scales and press the banana button or tomatos
6.hit total button
7. Ask customer if they are paying by Card or Cash
8.For card tell them to stick the card in, wack the card paying option Cash back yes or no wack clear twice. Card Autharisation give them the reciept
9. Pay back cash wack the cash button are they paying in full yes or no? if not wack in how much they are paying, the till tells you how much change to give to em
10. Use the stop and start button for the belt thing.
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pigeon wrote:1. Would you like a bag for life? man or woman 6p charge for each bag, you don't have to scan them all just scan the one bag they need for the ammount of times they need it
2. Scan items
3. Untag DVDs, and Electrical item's
4.Challenge 25 on alcohol
5.look at your folder for fruit n veg,or for Banana's etc wack em on the scales and press the banana button or tomatos
6.hit total button
7. Ask customer if they are paying by Card or Cash
8.For card tell them to stick the card in, wack the card paying option Cash back yes or no wack clear twice. Card Autharisation give them the reciept
9. Pay back cash wack the cash button are they paying in full yes or no? if not wack in how much they are paying, the till tells you how much change to give to em
10. Use the stop and start button for the belt thing.
Holy shit Pidge....you've made the big time does that mean you will be training all the checkout operators in all the Asda's stores

So proud of you...you're back on my "eligible husbands list" with immediate effect. :smt007
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I'm so glad I go to Sainsburys

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bellainblack wrote:
pigeon wrote:1. Would you like a bag for life? man or woman 6p charge for each bag, you don't have to scan them all just scan the one bag they need for the ammount of times they need it
2. Scan items
3. Untag DVDs, and Electrical item's
4.Challenge 25 on alcohol
5.look at your folder for fruit n veg,or for Banana's etc wack em on the scales and press the banana button or tomatos
6.hit total button
7. Ask customer if they are paying by Card or Cash
8.For card tell them to stick the card in, wack the card paying option Cash back yes or no wack clear twice. Card Autharisation give them the reciept
9. Pay back cash wack the cash button are they paying in full yes or no? if not wack in how much they are paying, the till tells you how much change to give to em
10. Use the stop and start button for the belt thing.
Holy shit Pidge....you've made the big time does that mean you will be training all the checkout operators in all the Asda's stores

So proud of you...you're back on my "eligible husbands list" with immediate effect. :smt007
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hehe sort of forced into it, i don't mind it though as the manager said its a way of getting more hours, so more money equals more concerts like Download Heavy Metal festival, and Bloodstock Heavy Metal Festival.
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You've come a long way Pidge!

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How quaint. Quick check at Waitrose wins my vote.

Glad to hear you're allowed inside occasionally. That's real progress in your training.
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you've achieved that without a degree ... I must applaud David Cameron on this achievement by far the greatest achievement in his reign as Prime Minister ... Britain is Great again
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Repeat this mantra after me: "Paper or plastic?"
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I'm still With the trollies outside in the carpark, only thing now i can use the till, oh and the Forklift Truck, but i haven't done that since 2006. My manager left the same day he found out i was trained on that for some odd reason.
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You must be awesome with those trollies now though Pidge. Few years under your belt there.

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theraven1979 wrote:You must be awesome with those trollies now though Pidge. Few years under your belt there.

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Hehehe yes 7 years and counting on the trollies so far. 5 years in the Warehouse and 3 years on the shopfloor. Today i have had my 2nd days training and i have learnt that

Onions are number 588
Big purple veg thing is 510 that is the only 2 variations i have had today, but theres loads of numbers on the sheet i have been given

my first bill today was for £6.66
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