Facilitator in Training (Former Employee), Kingston, ON – December 5, 2013
Pros: meeting the students and helping them with their studies.
Cons: watching the students being rushed through their studies.
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 – more... 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. – less
Relief Receptionist (Current Employee), Edmonton, AB – July 16, 2012
Pros: fund raisers, student appreciation days.
I have no complaints. All the staff and students were a pleasure to be around. I enjoyed getting up in the morning going to school & to work. I've learned that I could do more with my life and what I have learnt I could apply it with my day to day living. I had fun.
Child Care Provider (Former Employee), Bardstown, KY – January 9, 2013
Pros: love kids
I was always the head teacher, i was with different ages at different times i was there. The last i was there, i ran the toddler room 1-2 year olds. I followed my lesson plan and loved that age group. This is when they really start developing their personality and show their emotions. The management was not so great, we were losing kids more and more. – more... Director really didnt know how to run the place, her assistant did everything for her. I got along with every co worker i had to the best i could. I tried staying away from the drama. Hardest part of the job was when i left, i was there for almost 3 years, that was my job that i loved. But i couldnt take dealing with the director anymore. I missed everyday seeing my kids and seeing them learn new things each day. They brightened up my day, even when i was having a bad day, my kids in the room turned it around with just a hug or smile. – less