I was very excited to work at cianbro thinking that i would be learning new things, as far as using tools, getting certified running some equipment, because being told you only move on up in training and get to learn. I was very dissapointed that my job was a fire/hole watcher, a job where you stand or sit for 10 or 12 hours a day, or a night. I was allowed to take a fork lift training class I had to do some searching for, after I was promised training in equipment after being sent home for 7 days after operating a man lift with a co-worker that had already been trained. I had signed up for an electrical course training class, and everything had been allset. The class was a few weeks away and my paperwork had been lost and nobody had seen it. so I wasnt able to take the course. At the end of my employment I was on the night shift for a 12 hr night doing hole watch, I had nobody to watch my 10-year old daughter, so I got done.