Traffic School & Defensive Driving in Bradenton, Florida
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Traffic Schools and Defensive Driving in Bradenton, FL
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Manatee Technical College, (MTC)
6305 State Road 70 East, Bradenton, FL 34203, USA
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I just finished the program for accounting operations. The staff were very helpful and provided a friendly environment. My teacher worked after school hours to ensure I would finish my program on schedule when she didn't have to. I found an accounting job halfway through my program and I literally had no experience in this field. The school provided me the option to work and go to school at the same time, which I took. If you are looking to get a career in a short amount of time and to learn in a helpful atmosphere, then this is the place to go to! Thank you to all the staff members that helped me get to where I am today and provide me with the skills that I needed. Special thank you to my instructor, as she carefully guided me in the right direction.
I began attending the Machining program back in August 2015 in hopes of changing my career path from the restaurant industry to manufacturing. Let me start by saying the instructors are great! Miguel 'Tiny' Santiago is very knowlagable and will teach you what you need to know to make it in the industry. He is also well connected with many places around the area, which makes it great for when it comes time to find that job you've been working for! The assistant Don was also very knowlagable of the industry and machines, and has been doing it for a long time. I spent a lot of time learning how to operate the manual machines from him and he will really get you to "think like a machinist". I was unable to complete the full course due to financial circumstances, however I was able to find an entry level job a short time after the program with the experience I had obtained. Completing the course will definitely land you a higher level (higher paying) job, and Tiny will help make sure that happens. If you are looking to get into the industry than I would definitely recommend this course. Thank you Tiny and thank you Don for giving me the skills I need and putting me on the right track towards success!
I enrolled in the precision machining course directly out of high school with no experience whatsoever in the field. Within a very short amount of time I was able to properly set up, operate and correctly create parts on many of the machines in the classroom. The machine shop boasts a wide array of machines including manual lathes and mills, CNC lathes and mills, Various assorted grinding and honing machines as well as saws, presses and heat treating ovens.
The instructors, Miguel "Tiny" Santiago and Donald Stannard have many shared years of experience and are both capable machinists and educators alike. Besides general machinist skills and techniques they do their best to get the students to "think" like a machinist, which includes problem solving skills and the ability to reason and come up with new ideas.
The instructors rewarded hard work and were always willing to help me learn and grow as a machinist, even going so far as to help me find my first machining position outside of school. They were knowledgeable and able to assist whenever a student came up with an idea, and never attempted to hold anybody back if they learned faster than other students. I thoroughly enjoyed my time in the class and would recommend it to anybody looking to learn the machining trade regardless of age or experience.
I am a graduate of the Machining program. I cannot say enough positive with regard to the instructors, facilities (with caveats) and level of instruction. The "shop" is equipped with a WIDE variety of machines and tooling found in industry, to include two Haas VMCs, a Haas lathe as well as a Doosan lathe with live tooling. The instructors are knowledgeable in all aspects of machining, both manual and CNC.
This program offers excellent instruction and can only improve with additional financing and interest on the part of the administrative staff. I am proud of my accomplishments and level of learning and would encourage anyone seeking a career in the machining industry to enroll.
I enrolled in the Digital Design program here in January 26, 2016 and I have to say this was the best decision in my life! My instructor, Mrs. Marina is kind, helpful, positive, intelligent and very ambitious! She's helped me enhance my knowledge in Photoshop Illustrator, In Design and most of the adobe suite programs. I've returned from an interview today that she had previously set up for me and it was successful! Once again I am thankful for having Mrs. Marina be my teacher and someone whom truly believed in me from the beginning of the year till now!
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State College of Florida-Bradenton
5840 26th St W, Bradenton, FL 34207, United States
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3 semesters of nursing school and the proffessor would not let me review my tests for grading errors,
Terrible instructors. You get what you pay for.....
This is a great college. They are improving and learning from mistakes made in the past. They offer Bachelors degree programs, and are going to be offering more in the years to come (unless the Legislature takes this privelege away.) The advisors are so-so but keep at them and they will help you. Some of the Professors are better than others but its a commuter college so that comes with the territory. Overall I would recommend this to anyone who wants to work and go to school...
Nice campus, but I wonder about that lake you have on campus. I go there nearly every class day to feed the Muscovy duck family and the turtles that live there, and I noticed that the water is an unnatural blue, and it's filled with garbage. One of the ducks tried to eat a strip of plastic, and I had to throw a chunk of plastic another tried to eat, and had to catch him when he went after it. I've also found a Doritos bag in the water. Might want to clean this up. I don't think it's healthy for those animals to be swimming in it, and I think this is backed up by the dead fish littering the lakebed. Plus, it'd just look a lot better without that color.
This is my first semester going to SCF, I go to the bradenton campus, and I am a fully enrolled student (full time is considered 12+ credit hours). It is a pretty good school for what you pay, and the campus is really gorgeous. There are several free programs that the school offers to it's enrolled students. Such as free gym use at the school, free yoga classes, free tutoring in all subjects open 6 days a week, guest speakers, and many other campus events. The library at the bradenton campus is really nice. There are lot's of computers for students to use, printers, countless study desks, group study rooms, and many librarians who are happy to help you find what you need. The teachers i've had have all been really great, they are eager to help students who are eager to learn. The student demographics is also widely varied. There are many unconventional college students. Such as students who are very young (15-17, they duel enrolled or graduated from high school early) students who waited a little bit, late 20's -30's, along with returning students who are in their 50's and 60's. From what i've seen no one really makes a big deal about student ages or really bullies/gets bullied over this. Except for some of the super young kids (15-17). A lot of them get inflated ego's and pretentious about being in college early. If you are an early admissions student don't get cocky.. You're gonna step on a bunch of toes and make people not want to talk to you or write you recommendation letters. As for the majors, from what i've seen the most popular programs are the Nursing, Business, Education/Teaching degrees, and other miscellaneous health programs (dental, physical therapy, ect ect..). But the selection pool for majors is very wide. SCF is a pretty great investment/return for your money if you are willing to put in the effort for your educational success. (:
This school is the most ridiculous, uncoordinated school I have ever gone to. They send you on a wild goose chase for every single thing that you need. Financial aid and educational records are very rude and you have to pay for your transcripts to be sent out; every school I have ever gone to will give you at least one per year for free. The nursing program director is no help and doesn't care about you once they have your money. I had to wait a whole semester to be able to "graduate" even though I passed all my courses and went to pinning in December bc of a $20 fee that I was told by a faculty member would have no bearing on my ability to take the NCLEX. I was then told at the end of the semester, conveniently one day past the deadline to pay such fees, that I DID, in fact, have to pay it for them to release my name to the board of nursing. I offered to pay it right then and they told me no bc the deadline was the day before. I contacted everyone in that department and got nowhere. I even had two people tell me that the conversation I had with the faculty member never took place and the secretary for the nursing program said she could "guaran-damn-tee" me that the faculty in question did not tell me what she told me even though she wasn't present for the conversation. So now I am a schizophrenic with very convincing delusions? Please. So, here I am, five months out of nursing school, still waiting for them to release my name to my BON and busting my ass as a CNA even though I paid their stupid fee, finished coursework in December, and was approved for graduation months ago bc they won't release my name. I even emailed the program director in April stating these facts and pretty much begging her to release my name so I can test for my license and she said no but that she would forward my email to the registrar so that she could "direct us". Surprise, surprise, I never heard anything else from either of them. They are completely unhelpful and I can't wait to be totally finished with them!
The ONE good thing I can say about them is that the nursing program at the Venice campus has EXCELLENT instructors with the exception of one or two. Loved the program, hate the people running it!
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