Private Tutor (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 26 December 2016
I work every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5pm to 7pm. Every student has his/her own cubicle where they work.I learned about patience and that everyone works at their own place as well as various ways to explain the same thing to someone. Co-workers are very nice and friendly, we help each other out with the kids when needed. The hardest part of the job is making the learning fun so that students find the will to learn and focus. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing a clear improvement in students.
Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 29 July 2016
I was not trained properly for the job that I applied. It was an Oncology department at a hospital and I did not feel comfortable doing the paperwork for chemotherapy. I talked to my immediate supervisor and we agreed that if I was not suited for the position then it was my choice so I went back to food services where I feel the most comfort.
Managing my own company was very challenging and rewarding
Director of Training/Owner (Former Employee) – Miramichi, NB – 28 December 2015
I earned a great understanding of other employers the rewards of being responsible for many attributes to a company that relies on your knowledge to maintain and operate a business of your own. The challenges that Employers face everyday, this ownership help me respect other employers reasoning in the decisions that need to be made to strive for the most valuable employees to strengthen the company, and its growth.
Student - Office Administration (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 19 March 2015
This school taught my all that I needed to learn to get a job as an Administrative Assistant. I really enjoyed attending this school in Airdrie AB, as the staff and school director were very helpful as well as being fun to be with.
Friendly helpful staff, who are more then willing to help
Client (Former Employee) – 1280 Finch Ave. W. – 28 September 2014
The admission registrar lies to fool clients to register into a program that its content is not what they are looking for. The financial aid administrator lies that as the program is offered by the head office and not their location, she cannot do anything about the refund and then gives a number for head office while after calling the number you will find out they only provide books for the academy and are not head office. And the director of the academy hides himself in his room to not confront with an unhappy, tricked by his staff client.
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 February 2014
Provided administrative support for regional office. - Answering and screening phone calls, reference checking, welcoming visitors. - Filing, scanning, arranging and classifying of confidential documents
Being an instructor was a very fulfilling job. I helped many adult students understand everything from how to use computers and programs and even more difficult programs. I learned how to be patient with each student, since they all learned at different stages and to help them as much as I could. My coworkers were really nice and the ones with experience where very helpful to me when needed. The hardest part of the job is to say good bye to students I have helped and really grew to appreciate and respect for the hard work they put into their schooling. Seeing the students get good marks on their exams and being respected by them and my coworkers.
Got us lunches when we had meetings
I enjoyed nice walks in the park nearby on my lunch and some students wanted to join me, but management said I shouldn't and so I wouldn't hurt my students feelings, I just stopped my walks.
Facilitator in Training (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 5 December 2013
Management was only concerned about how much money they could get from you and did not care about the students. They rushed you in your studies and didn't care if you were getting it or not. If you fell behind on a section of your course then it was taken off of the time of your next part of the course. Stressful and rushed job and management that only cared about how fast they could get a student out so the next new student they can get in is a hard part of the job. Helping students with their studies when they got stuck was the most enjoyable.
Meeting the students and helping them with their studies.
Watching the students being rushed through their studies.