Pedalheads careers in Toronto, ON
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Manager in Toronto, ON
on 3 May 2022
Fun job but Bad management.They hire a bunch of inexperienced teenagers and then don't train them. Management was not useful. They complain but don't offer help. The job itself was okay. If you like your co-workers, it can be okay.
Camp Counsellor in Toronto, ON
on 21 January 2022
Pretty good for a first job.Long hours working in the heat. The best part was working with the kids however the management was not very good. Would recommend it for a high school job.
Instructor in Toronto, ON
on 3 September 2021
it was okpros: coworkers were around the same age as me making it more fun to bond over misery. some kids are really funny and it was an okay way to stay active instead of staying home during the summer.cons: training does not prepare you for the reality of the job at all. the funny thing is, at training they teach you everything BUT how to teach the kids. i was a last minute hire so i was only shadow trained. the first day is going to be very stressful and you might even cry if you get really bad kids. if you teach anything over level 2 it’s not that bad, but you’re left with the pressure of teaching kids how to bike by the end of the week. parents will expect a lot from u considering they pay about $500 a week for the camp, yet instructors are getting paid minimum wage (which i believe is absolutely cheap and capitalist of them considering the amount of work we do) kids are annoying so expect to be mentally and physically drained the the end of the week (especially your back)hours are not guaranteed at all. the same people were getting 40/weekmanagement to very last minute and disorganized, sent out schedules at like 10pm on a sunday. this year there was a heat wave but i was constantly pushed by my manager to get the kids on their bikes instead of taking a break. honestly i could go on about the cons, believe all the negative reviews you see. would only come back as a manager or supervisor.
Instructor in Toronto, ON
on 26 June 2020
lots of work, little rewardcorporate is a disorganized mess with very poor scheduling and communication processes. I received multiple training dates from my manager and the office which left me confused. Training itself does not even begin to prepare you for the reality of the job. Parents have high expectations and you are basically left to fend for yourself.
Manager and Trainer in Toronto, ON
on 22 January 2020
Fast paced and dynamic workplace with great team interaction.Working at Atlantis Programs and Pedalheads can provide an exceptional summer work experience with great opportunities for teamwork collaboration in a fast paced environment. The ability to work with children allows for a certain amount of self directed activity and programming which helps develop leadership and independence for counsellors and staff of all ages.
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