Career as Driving Instructor, In Class Teacher, Front Desk Support

Terms of Employment: Permanent, Full Time, Weekend, Day, Evening

Salary: $14.00 to $40.00 Hourly for 40 hours per week

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible/Will be informed based on the School & Candidates

Location: Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge Area, Guelph, Ontario

Skill Requirements:

Education: Completion of college/CEGEP/vocational or technical training

Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.): G Licence Provincial Driving Instructor Licence

Experience: An asset / Some locations provide training

Languages: Speak English, Read English, Write English

Area of Specialization: Automobile driving

Specific Skills: Teach techniques and skills, Teach in a classroom environment, Teach in a practical environment

Essential Skills: Document use, Oral communication, Problem solving, Decision making, Critical thinking


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By taking an MTO-approved Beginner Driver Education Course at a driving school, G1 licence holders may qualify for a four-month reduction in the 12-month minimum G1-licensing period as well as a potential reduction in insurance premiums.

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