I believe the other instructors are really trying to do a good job, however their campus CEO does not have a clue what nursing instructors need.
Pros: nursing education program
Cons: poor wages, poor work environment, poor benefits.
Overall, good people work there and good LPN graduates come from this program. It is just they could be better if they were to provide better compensation for their educators, poor wages, poor benefits, Also the work environment is extremely poor for the instructors whom work there. 15 or so instructors are all jammed into one very small room with barely enough work space to place a book beside their computer workstation. Very noisy, very crowded, poor ventilation (always too hot in there), and always having to have any teaching material "approved" by someone whom has less education then the instructor themselves.