The workload was insane. Each week there would be 6 or more chapters to go through for up to 3 courses at a time.
Due to the hybrid program, we had to have so many face to face hours and that was a hassle. The program heads never had the schedule for the new courses out until a few days before it started. This caused 5/20 students to lose their jobs.
There are a few teachers that deserve praise and glory for being such great instructors. However, when I say few.. I mean FEW! The hybrid nursing program was a disaster. I understand it was new and they were trying to get the kinks worked out. Having students by electronic passcodes to use programs that WATC did not even have set up or available was bs. Us students were not reimbursed for the un-used items.
When asking instructors questions regarding anything to the class, body systems, pathophysiology of the body...the main answers was google it. NO, I am paying you to teach...so teach!
The clinical director was extremely rude and never responded in a timely manner. When she covered a clinical class, she showed up on day in pants that looked like pajamas and a tweety bird t-shirt, and the next day wore a white/stained/mid drift top. The employees at the clinical site were asking why the instructor was wearing such clothing.
During clinicals, pray you do not have a family emergency or anything come up. They refused to work with their students. 95% of the instructors remained in the assigned room at the site and played games on their computer. One teacher showed up to class drunk and on pain meds and fell asleep during instruction time.
The nursing program is split up into 3 groups. Morning, Night, and Hybrid programs. These groups do not mix and mingle among each other, which is too bad. The students could learn from each other. It would be helpful for students to teach each other how to read instructors, how to prepare for the class, and study tools to help pass the class.
Air craft, automotive, nursing, general ed, dental hygiene, GED... It is best know for air craft work.
The tech school has a large range of students. There are the aircraft students, automotive students, nursing students, dental hygiene students, and there are large amounts of high school kids that were kicked out of school for disciplinary issues that are trying to get their GED. South campus has more break ins and items stolen, than the other two campuses.
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