I was scheduled for the following,
Riding Range 1 – Saturday December 12th 12:30pm – 4:30pm
Riding Range 2 – Sunday December 18th 12:30pm – 4:30pm
Riding Range 3 – Saturday December 19th 12:30 – 4:30pm
I showed up to the Riding Range 2 class before the posted time (12:20). The instructor, and older gentleman, had started the class early, since the rest of the students were there. He also banned me from the next sessions for being “tardy”.
This is extremely unethical and unprofessional. If you want to start work early to ditch out early, then you make bloody sure that you are not compromising your job performance in doing so.
This doesn’t even mention Riding Range 1, where we had our break extended an extra 15 minutes for two students who had left until they had come back. It seems hypocritical to allow that much greater level of tardiness, and punish this.
He said that I could try to do a “standby by” for the next scheduled class. This doesn’t appear to be earlier than more than 3 weeks out by your schedule. This is unacceptable, as frankly, that length of time between physical training programs makes the prior class nigh useless.
I have received my learner’s permit, and I will be practicing best I can without further instruction. I will attempt to make the next course as a “stand by”, but at this point, I am gravely disillusioned with your program.