January 2020 NEST Panel

Eligible Iwin

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ZHU Houston Center
Then at that point have the training team terminate your training. You don’t have to be at 100% of hours. Unless you fast track to your old facility you are just hurting yourself by resigning, you go to the end of the list to select facilities.
You must be too young to have been employed, or care, during the White Book. During the white book manglement was terminating employment under the 365 day probationary period in our facility for reasons that had nothing to do with aptitude or likelihood of success. The kids back then had a choice to "withdraw" from training and retain the ability to reapply in a year or chance that they would never get a job back in the agency again. Withdrawing is not always so cut and dry. Sometimes it is tactical.
 

FightingIrish2012

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You must be too young to have been employed, or care, during the White Book. During the white book manglement was terminating employment under the 365 day probationary period in our facility for reasons that had nothing to do with aptitude or likelihood of success. The kids back then had a choice to "withdraw" from training and retain the ability to reapply in a year or chance that they would never get a job back in the agency again. Withdrawing is not always so cut and dry. Sometimes it is tactical.
I understand everything you said bro and your right if this was 2007 rules, but the processes and the way it’s handled changed dramatically now. Now there is no advantage to ever withdrawing rather that have your training terminated unless you are a CPCIT and you know there is still a opening at your old facility, and you request to and want to go back there as soon as possible.
 
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