Interviewing Mr. Wasik
- What are the positive outcomes that potential students can expect once they complete their program?
Canadian College for Higher Studies is a unique educational institution, and programs at this college are designed to deliver vocational or discipline-specific learning outcomes that relate to the unique content of a particular area of study. Students who are completing Business Administration and International Business Management Finance program would be able to develop and implement business plans and strategies, apply strategic planning for competitive advantages in the local and international environment.
Students will expect to design and deliver a business presentation in public and community, develop financial planning & budgeting, strategic marketing plan for a company as well as understanding business environments.
Students who are completing Supply Chain and Logistics Management would be able to learn about the process of goods and products and techniques to deliver it to the suppliers and customers.
Students of SCLM will also understand the key factors in supply management, operation, and planning, measuring logistics cost and cost analysis, risk assessment, packaging, and handling, purchase, and inventory as well as formulating a strategy for the sustainable supply chain management. Students can expect to promote personal and professional development strategies by applying the skills and knowledge they have gained through completing their course of studies.
- What do you enjoy most about teaching?
I feel very good when I see students gaining new skills and knowledge through completing their course of studies and articulate necessary planning to apply their skills and knowledge in their practical life. I enjoy interacting with students and through interaction with students in the class and outside class we get the scope to share our ideas and real-life experience. I like helping students to discover their strengths and develop those strengths into regular habits of mind is extremely rewarding for me.
- What would you say is special about your class?
We have created a safe, positive classroom environment at CCHS, which is the key to effective teaching and learning. There are sufficient resources and modem types of equipment we have provided in the classrooms, and students can use those resources in completing their projects, assignments, quizzes, and exams promptly. We know students learn better when they view the learning environment as positive and supportive, which we have successfully created at the Canadian College for Higher Studies.
- In your years of teaching, what is something that made you proud of your students?
I feel proud of my students as I learned that students are respectful to their teacher as well as the system of the college. I did find that students are very cooperative with me to deliver my lecture in the class. Student always helped me in creating a good learning environment in the class, which is important to achieve clear learning goals and also provides opportunities for students to succeed.
- What would you like to say to your future students?
I would say to my future students that they should choose CCHS for their studies because they are put in the right program, which is right for their skills and career development. With small class sizes, students have the opportunity to interact with other students and teachers which will provide students the scope to learn from real-life experience. The programs offered by CCHS are in high demand in the Canadian job market making it easy for students to get into the lmarket after completion of their course and program.