Instructor (Former Employee) – New Brunswick – 29 April 2017
No rules in place for instructor/student relationships so you will find Inappropriate involvements of instructors dealing with student issues with other faculty. There is no expectation of professionalism if staff. You are expected to favour certain students and give free passes based who they are related to and which instructors they are friends with. You are expected to put in very long hours with not much prep time and very heavy workloads. Fair treatment is not to be expected there.
Great work environment and an excellent company to work for
Instrumentation and Controls Technologist (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 27 November 2016
On a typical day at work I would be maintaining or installing electrical equipment. The staff I worked with were great because every day I learned something new that would make the next day more exciting than the last. The hardest part of my job was being given pieces of equipment that I knew nothing about. I would then have to implement the equipment into new processes to optimize the efficiency of it. The most enjoyable part of my job was always learning new things and getting to use what I learned in a practical way.
Instructor (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 16 July 2013
During my time as a Night School instructor I was not able to meet many members of the regular staff, but those I did work with were exceptional individuals. Many of the staff were always willing to offer insight and help into any issue that arose in the classrooms.