THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of by and between SKILLS TO CHANGE INSTITUTE and/or EMPLOYEES of SKILLS TO CHANGE INSTITUTE, (the "Disclosing Party"), and
2021 ASSISTANTS: Do’s & Don’ts
Rules for a Consistent and Cohesive Team
The main goals of an assistant:
NOT allowed/highly discouraged:
STCI asks Assistants to:
Our Head Assistant is Nelly Mezir (also spelled Nellie on FB). Nelly has been a Practitioner for about 10 years, and we are honored that she has become more active within our community, and has also been successful in her own business. As Assistants, you are to contact her for scheduling, to let her know your availability for specific times/dates. Her role is also evolving, as we move forward with more structure.
Please keep in mind that being an Assistant is not an assignment. It is not required to attend all hybrids. Prior to the beginning of each hybrid, Nelly will contact you to ask you if you want to participate. If you do not receive a contact from her, this usually means we have hybrid class time covered by other Assistants. If you would like to participate on a specific Saturday (Sunday, Australia time), or for the full 5 weeks for a particular hybrid, then you can contact Nellie, and we can see if this time is available.
If at any point, STCI notices that a specific Assistant is not behaving according to the aforementioned requests, we reserve the right to uninvite you to participate as an Assistant, in future trainings.
Sandra Rojo has diligently and deliberately identified a chosen group of Practitioners as Assistants, and has created a cohesive Team of Assistants and Teachers, who uphold the mindset and values of STCI: teamwork, care, unconditional support, and respect, for the benefit of the students, each other, and STCI.