No car required for either the in-class or on-street training. No personal vehicle will ever be required for letter carriers.postienew wrote: ↑Sep 5th, 2017 12:08 pmThis is kind of a ridiculous question but I have training starting soon. Do you need a car for any reason during training? We have one car and my gf needs it this month as she needs to travel. I would have one when I begin work if I pass the training. I can get to the training by bus. Also, what does casual dress mean for training? Jeans and a tee ok?
The in-class training is exactly that, It's a classroom setting sitting at a table for 8 hours looking at powerpoint presentations, instructional videos, practicing sorting mail in a case, etc. Easy stuff, with breaks and a lunch.
The on-street training will be a a different location and different start-time, so you will have to find a way to get there too. You find out where your on-street training is near the end of the first week.
And yes, casual means wear anything. Jeans and a tshirt is fine.