Meet Adam in Training
Get to know our IT Trainer and Implementation Consultant, Adam Easterbrook better, and discover some changes we've made to our range of client training courses
A part of our wider client support structure, the Training team are key in helping to teach our client community everything there is to know about their GOSS products. We've caught up with Adam Easterbrook to discover a bit more about what he does at GOSS.
IT Trainer and Implementation Consultant
How long have you been at GOSS?: I started with GOSS in July 2020, a bit strange starting a new job during national lockdown but everyone was friendly and I settled in really quickly.
What do you enjoy most about being a part of the Training Team at GOSS: I do like to talk so I enjoy meeting people and having a chat with them. In the training team I need to know about all of our products functionality, and I get to work with all of our clients so I have a varied role meeting lots of people.
What has been your greatest achievement so far at GOSS: Before I joined in July 2020 the training team had to quickly develop the on-site training modules so they were deliverable online. I carried on with this process, reviewed our existing training modules, identified ways to improve our existing modules, including rewriting some of them, and created a new module for Articles (Articles - Templates and Extras). The forms courses have been updated to be delivered in a way that is consistent with GDS standards, and the articles training has been updated to three 2 hour sessions. Each session is now more concise and consists of topics that weren't previously included in training.
If you could become any animal, which animal would it be?: I used to have a different answer to this but since becoming a parent I just want to sleep, so I'm going for a cat or a sloth!
Favourite motto/quote?: "It's unlucky to be superstitious"
What is your guilty pleasure?: Doritos and Dips. I can demolish a large packet in no time at all
Who would play you in a movie about your life?: Rowan Atkinson, he can perfectly portray how clumsy I can be.
What's the best thing about working at GOSS?: Positive attitude of the company, and that I enjoy my job and it is clear that my colleagues do too.