I'm a brand new hire, and I have a concern about the behavior of my class' Cornerstone trainer. On Day 3, she handed out a two-page checklist with all the checks already marked and instructed us that we weren't going to read the whole thing, we were just going to go over the first sentence or two and then sign the document. I proceeded to read the document and found the very first paragraph stating that I had completed training that I had not, in fact, completed. I brought it up with the trainer and she said that training was not available. I said, well then how can I sign saying that I've done it? She said, if I don't sign, I can't go on to the next aspect of training. The part I had concerns about is just not done anymore, and the document was never changed. I suggested I could write on the document to change it. Then I read further down the page. The page was an entire checklist of things -- already checked -- saying we had done things we had not done. We hadn't done ANY OF THEM. And she wanted us to sign off saying we had done them. And she insisted that I wouldn't be able to leave Cornerstone and go on to my week of being partnered with a trainer unless I signed the document. Finally, through a combination of her giving me (and me alone) some of the training indicated, and us both initialing alterations I made to the document indicating the things I was not able to do, we got me to the point where I was able to sign the document. However, I'm extremely upset and disappointed by this inappropriate behavior of her having a document that she knew perfectly well was not accurate, and not only trying to get us to sign it, but specifically trying to get us to sign it *without reading it* well enough to notice that it was a falsehood from top to bottom. She hasn't asked us to skip reading any other document in the class. This was a fully-aware act in bad faith. An act of poor integrity, on her part and most likely her boss as well. Being an employee three days in, I have no idea who I should bring this up with, and whether or not I'll be setting myself up to get released before the end of probation if I do make an issue of it.