First application. I was streamed IFR. Got a course offer (VFR) probably about a month or two after I was streamed. I got very lucky with the timing of my application process.
What FIR are you? And have you followed up with them to see what the status of your application is? Just to continue to show interest/be sure you didn't somehow get lost in the shuffle?
wow congrats man that is crazy quick....im YEG..... and trust me I've been on them like white on rice, missed 2 rounds of both VFR and IFR offerings.... eligible for one more but at this point if I get another good job offer at another company i'm going to say to hell with this, I have a small child and wife to provide for and i have put life on hold for too long with no real support or clear answers from them
I am sure they are a great company once you are in, but they treat their recruits like garbage
I'm not sure why you feel like you were treated like "garbage". The fact may be that you simply weren't at the top of the pool when the courses came up. An ugly truth, possibly, but a truth nonetheless.
Quoted from the TakeCharge website "Successfully completing a hurdle does not guarantee that you will be invited to participate in the next step. We always invite the applicants that are the best fit to advance – regardless of when they applied."
I think it's pretty clearly stated that nothing is guaranteed. Not moving on to the next steps in the process, and not a training offer. If you decided to put your life on hold waiting for "support or clear answers", thats on you.
I believe I was in a similar situation as you, needed to support myself. I got a new job doing something unrelated, and quit after only a few months because I was offered something with Nav. Do what you have to do to support yourself, but putting your life on hold waiting for an opportunity that may or may not come might not be the best idea.