Fun place to work with great co-workers. management was always shifting and job security was always in question. after bringing in over one million dollars was let go for downsizing after the third management shift in one year.
Medical Assistant Instructor (Former Employee) – Palm Harbor, FL – March 2, 2016
As a team all instructors went over and beyond to help each other preparing for class. We cared that our kids got the best of us and it showed. I learned a lot about the new generation and what has happened to morals and values. Management changed over many times and it just could not get it self straight. It seem to be the fall of the school as Instructors left and the DOE. The hardest part of my job was engaging my students. I had to come up with new tricks all the time which kept me on my toes. I enjoyed my time with the students that graduated and let me know I was a part of that.
Benefits were very good.
A bad day with a student who was on crack or drunk.
Because the school is closing soon my day is pretty laid back. Most people are doing the bare minimum to get by and only work because we all care about the students graduating. I did learn how to relate to a wide range of people from various backgrounds so that's nice.
Medical Assistant Program Instructor (Current Employee) – Palm Harbor, FL – June 19, 2013
A small campus with great potential for growth given the right management. The instructors are very knowledgeable, friendly and easy to work with. Our students are AWESOME! The most difficult part of the job is working with inconsistencies. Our students make all of this worthwhile and keep us coming back.
Students, great co-workers, the opportunity to create a great product.
Older equipment, lack of supplies, inconsistent admissions
Very interesting place to work. Employment at CFI has allowed me to develop my instructional skills as well as improve my technical knowledge base in Invasive and Interventional Cardiovascular Technology to include: Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, Hemodynamics as well as the mechanical skills involved.
Cardiovascular Program Director (Current Employee) – Palm Harbor Florida – February 24, 2013
team oriented, great coworkers, best part of job: watching and helping students grow and become successful, toughest part of the job: equipment updates, most enjoyable part of the job: coworkers and students