Had a solid team on both occasions that we developed new curriculum. The process for developing and updating existing curriculum needs to be expedited. Especially in the technology classes. The courses need to be updated much more frequently than they are.
SAIT was once a great place to work with an positive community for staff and students, reasonable pay and benefits and a trust between management and staff. After the 2012 oil bust however things have been grim in many areas for this school. Constant attempts to consolidate departments, outsourcing to sleazy outside companies, and constant turn over has turn the company into a directionless mess with no real clear future ahead. Expect to be hired on under contract and not be moved to permanent positions. You will likely be understaffed for your area regardless of departments and underwhelmed by the support and equipment made available to you unless you're bringing in money for the school. Hopefully this will change in the future but at this time I cannot recommend them.