I was hired, over the phone, as a new grad in the NICU in my home town. I accepted and moved from a large city back to a smaller city to take the position. After 8 weeks, they told me I was not learning fast enough and could not extend my training. I did not have a structured training and was paired up with several preceptors. Each shift was completely different, from critical care 2lb'ers to c-section admits. I had no idea about equipment, scheduling feedings, etc. I did make mistakes but not meds just charting and two mistakes with formula mixing and lab labeling. I was great with drawing labs, starting IV and made it through my shifts on time but never took a break. From week three I could tell my preceptorship were "irritated" with my inexperience and questions. They would discuss me behind my back and not to me. When I asked for feedback I was told I needed to be more organized and faster. I left like I was a outsider trying to stay a float without guidance. My mistake was not talking to the manager early on. Now I was told they will not extend my training and they will try to find another unit for me. Any advice?