I usually never post here - but seeing this kind of comment is simply disgusting.HansDietrich wrote: ↑Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:55 amIf I'd have it my way, and worked for Jazz HR, every resume with "Instructor Time" only would automatically go to the garbage; not even the shredder. It's not worth the electricity wasted. Seneca graduates are miles ahead of these individuals; experience and attitude.
How could you say that every individual who instructed is a piece of s***?
Like do you know personally every flight instructor in Canada?
Literally, who do you think you are to judge somebody because of a line on a resume?
I am a flight instructor and I definetely agree with the fact that instructing hours are NOT real-world experience. But it still is time spent in an airplane with decision-making that has to be done most of the time. Some flight instructors can be very arrogant with the sh*ttiest attiude ever, I agree with that, like any pilot, but I also know PLENTY of flight instructors that are outstanding pilots with a great attitude. Judging somebody based on the fact that he/she was a flight instructor without knowing that person is simply a joke, and I honestly wouldn't even take anything seriously from a person who thinks that. Like, wow ...
Good thing you're not an HR person!