After 20 minutes, I was about ready to suck start a shotgun.
Well, then you are doing better than most who have. The DIAD just takes use to know. It will come pretty quick.
If you are seasonal then you are seasonal, you will be out of work soon, trust me.That's how today was. I started this season as a PVD after leaving the military a few months ago. Been trying to bust my ass in order to get a foot in the door. I've been using the mobile delivery app which I got pretty used to, but today it wasn't working. Got a DIAD, went to first stop, and just stared at the damn thing for a few minutes before finally calling someone. By the end of the day I got the basics down pretty well, but some of the advanced stuff I'll definitely need a little training for. Got back to the hub at the end of the day to realize that I had no idea how to punch out of it and needed to get help...
It's %50 diad training %45 pure brainwash and %5 drive tests and evaluation. And what little you get there is done in a fantasy world where green paint is supposed to be scary to drive over and the test route intentionally avoids any bad spots.After passing Integrad, and the remarkable training you received in Clarksville, you should've been a well trained scanning machine. Quit crying.