I can't find the exact answer to the question of whether 'someone gets someone familiar with something' sounds correct and natural in English?
When I googled a while, I discovered that speakers of English said that when referring to a tour or a guide or training sessions. But I want to say that, for example, in the following context
A manager at work offered to get a new colleague familiar with the affairs of the company.
In my dictionary I also looked up other phrases with the same meaning.
make someone familiar;
have someone familiar.
Are they more suitable for this context? A talk in a loose manner or ambiguity is not appropriate here.