Interior Heavy Equipment Operator School
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mike Hansen
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    10058 Highway 97, Suite 2
  • Link
    Interior Heavy Equipment Operator School website
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Rating is calculated based on 17 reviews and is evolving.



on 24 May 2018
I was a student at the school
Most of my experience at the school has been positive. There is a positive atmosphere here with a strong sense of inclusiveness. They have just relocated here but I'm sure they will finish strong.
Instructor in Innisfail, AB
on 13 January 2022
Not worth the time out of your life
This is the worst company I have worked for in my career in the heavy equipment industry. The higher ups have no idea wat there doing or why there even doin wat they are doing. Money is no good with the little hours u get. No ot. No bonuses. No one gets treated very well. Machines in Terible condition. Not mechanics fault! The money doesn’t go back into company.
Anonymous in Kelowna B.C
on 25 August 2020
Do not work here!!!!
● Work-life balanceWhat life? It’s all work● Pay & benefitsYou can find much better.● Job security and advancementThere isn’t any advancement.● ManagementHahahahahaha the management there just covers each other’s butts and find someone low on the pole to throw under the bus!● CultureIf it’s not the bosses idea it goes in the trash...● OverallDo you like having 5 tasks that take a minimum of 3+ ho and then get yelled at for not having it done? All while have a “Site Lead” that treats you horrible? IHE is for you! I had a horrible experience here. The management doesn’t do anything for parts or to help you out. They guilt you into not quitting or coming in while your sick. This is not a good company to work for. I promise if you read this review and get a job there you will find out!
Student Advisor in Winfield, BC
on 12 January 2020
HO - Not a great place to work at
Student advisor position, They will tell you it is one but IT IS NOT. You will spend 8 hours a day on the phone trying to tell people that they need to spend money to take their course. And how there in house financing will help @ a 30% interest rate, that will cripple you financially. On top of that, they offer free training online and again it is not! They will do anything to get your money and we are told to do whatever it takes to get the prospective students through that door. It is not a student advisory position it is a sales position (8hours a day), as they lie when they post! Be very wary!
Heavy Equipment Operator in Edmonton, AB
on 3 January 2020
relaxed and fun place to be.
This school is one of the best the instructors and head honcho are easy to work with making it an easy place to learn. They have hands on training with instructors close by if you have any questions they will take the time to show you. It is a awesome place to be as they follow all safety guidelines and follow all O.H.N.S rules.

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