Instructor (Former Employee) – Terrace and prince rupert bc – 23 September 2015
They seem to think that no backup or help is required by the instructor as he or she should be able to handle things on there own, and when ordering materials for said levels the materials have to be fought for.
Director of Communications and PR, (Former Employee) – Terrace, BC – 18 December 2014
I was hired to support a general initiative to improve internal and community relations for this college during a significant transition. Since leaving there, four directors either left or were let go, as did a Vice President and a President. Another Vice President has retired and a fourth has been on leave indefinitely. I was glad to move on at the time.
The reputation in the community was so bad that nearly everyone agreed my leaving was a good idea, given the culture and the ongoing conflict. I was disappointed, but was also glad to get out when I did. It was clearly going to become more difficult to sustain into the future. I was also drawn back to the south by a continuing relationship that was exacerbated by the distance between us.
Team Leader/Teachers Assistant/ Lead First Aid (Former Employee) – Smithers, BC – 4 November 2013
My time at the college was so valuable as i helped people acchieve their goals, as students grew confidence and knowledge, they were able to expand their potential and open new doors to an industry that is rewarding and benificial to the surrounding communities.
Former Instructor (Former Employee) – Terrace, BC – 25 September 2012
Organization lacks professionalism and runs by the "seat of its pants". Be very careful before you aplly for any positions with this organization. Make some phone calls, or better yet interview instructors that work there.