Northern Lakes College
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Northern Lakes College Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    Slave Lake
  • Link
    Northern Lakes College website
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Oil & Gas process production Instructor in Wabasca, AB, Slave Lake, AB, Grouard, Alberta and Athabasca, Alta.
on 2 July 2021
Enjoyable to work with adult student and learn to teach to each persons learning styles
Good management team to help with props in class and great staff in work force group.Head management not involved in daily progress made understanding adult Native learning style, he would hire instructors based on pay required with instructor little industry knowledge or teaching skills, program taken away and given to oil company after I left.Management asked for a lot of free weekend time for me as instructor to promote the course and fund rise for functioning systems.
Curriculum Developer in Calgary, AB
on 11 June 2020
fun and good experience
great work. Instructors learn a lot by building these literature courses. Fun to build a kit of resources and activities that will go on to enrich the lives of so many students in the future.
Administrator in Slave Lake, AB
on 18 May 2020
Poorly Managed
My direct supervisors and co-workers were excellent. They were understanding, accommodating and all aimed to work for the student. However, management failed to come down to the level of where the work gets done and understand the processes. Without management knowing the processes they were unable to make good decisions to maintain high student enrolment. Quite often departments were waiting on management to make decisions and it would cause extra stressors on employees. There is also a lot of in house noise not related to the work load which made it to be a toxic environment. I was quite proud to work at NLC for many years but as time went on, Management changed so did the environment.
Instructor in Slave Lake, AB
on 15 March 2020
To dependent on government funding
Good place to work. Management needs to work on communication with employees. Co-workers are what make the place pleasurable. Most courses depend on government funding and right now this is a bad thing in Alberta. Overall, it is a nice place to work and the students are willing to do whatever it takes to succeed.
Counsellor in High Level, AB
on 3 November 2019
Great place to work
The opportunity to expand skills and support students in their journey are real selling point for working at NLC. The Counselling Team is fantastic and supportive Management is supportive and cares about the staff.

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