The person under "cruisin" was a 72 year Alan Bullock, who came to us claiming that he knew a lot about the electric car. So the Institute hired him to teach a class on EV. We found out that we hired a wrong guy and had to fire him.
Not only he did not know much about the electric car, but he has no idea how to teach. He did not know how to use the PowerPoint, nor the computer projector. He had no clue how to prepare course materials. We had to prepare course materials, PowerPoint presentation for him. At the classroom, Alan Bullock just sat there to read a text book along with the students. We told him on several occasions that he had to prepare to explain to the students using the PowerPoint materials provided to him. But he could not do it.
He did not have any professional knowledge to explain when students asked him questions. We had some complaints about him, that we had no choice but to fire him. He claimed he has a lot of credential, but when we asked him to provide a written resume, he could not provide a copy of his resume, as a part of the agreement for compensation. We told him that after he sending us a copy of your resume with truthful information, we will pay his fees. He has never given us a copy of his resume, so we are still waiting. He filed a claim with false claims at the small claim court. The matter is at the hand of the judge.
We would like to correct his statement that we do not have any problems with the State of California. We will have our attorney to seek legal action against Mr. Bullock for defamation.
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