They expect you to be a master or very close in three long ten hour days and will pile on a lot of information.
You will be expected to watch cameras, take online testing, and be quizzed periodically through your first three shifts which are ten hours long and well for myself were three days in a row. The book of all the stuff you had to know was about 25 pages and was a condensed version of a much larger one.
For a part time job it's a TON of responsibility as a surveillance operator. If you are thinking this is a casual thing you are mistaken. This job is not for someone who is looking to fill a resume until they figure out what they want in life. It's a career in itself. They expect a lot from you and again only part time and long hours. It's generally not worth it as part timer. Full time would be a different story, though the long hours, especially during the night shift would make me seek employment other places (you'll go home at 2 am).
The supervisor/person training me I found arrogant because they had the attitude of "Why don't you know this as well as me?" I had only worked there less than a week and was fired after three shifts
The general manager fired me, whom I had only met once at the interview.
Don't work here. Read the reviews on this company wisely and take it seriously. While I only worked in one area, I'm sure it carries somewhat generally. If you are looking to apply to this job, take what I have said to heart and understand the high standards that are expected.
free pop and coffee
ten hour days, very high standards, terrible work and life balance