Re: MPT program
The first crew house I stayed in, every time the train went by, which is every 3 hours 24 hours a day, my curtains would move. I had them move me and told them I wanted to be as far away from the train as possible but that was still only about 2 blocks from the tracks. I also noticed that the crew houses had no heat in them, so when it gets cold I guess you just turn on the oven..
The crew houses are also filled with young kids coming home at 3 am loud and drunk so if your taking a course that requires you to be alert in class they make it difficult to get a good nights sleep.
Check in is just ridicules as Capt Lee says. Also find out what materials you need for your course and if they are provided. Some courses you show up and find out you have to buy $200.00 of books from them. Which a lot of people hadn't planned on.
If you hear me yell "Eject,"Eject Eject. the last two will be echos. If you stop to ask why? you'll be talking to yourself, because by then you'll be the Pilot