Avis d'employé sur Ontario Truck Driving School
I enjoyed my job and my Students.
I enjoyed teaching people how to drive big trucks. I enjoyed fixing Big Trucks. I could make my own schedule and the hardest part of my job was no being able to drive myself.
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I was an unsuccessful candidate for 2 weeks for in-truck instructing. I was attacked and examined since day 1 by Miss Homer Simpson "top trainer", who is constantly on the phone or doing something else while with the student. I got no clear training guides, the school itself doesn't know what they teaching and that reflects on the road test passing rate in London, what is 0. They go for AZ road tests to smaller towns like Simcoe and Clinton, where passing rate is 1 or 2 out of 4 students... I am a Licensed G Class Instructor and it's not hard to tell that the school's instructors are not too familiar with the Ontario Highway Traffic Act, what again reflects on the students passing rate. Every day at least 5 hours outside in a heavily dusty yard, what is terrible summer time most likely is horrible winter time. Lots of ego and feud going on between instructors, some of them are decent people, most of them not! I was discriminated even by dress code, sleeveless t-shirt only allowed to female instructor and office personnel. The owner's last name and single permanent licence plate on the back of his SUV speaks for itself about the school standards...
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years of employment without 1 raise. Employees are mostly under-educated. If your a hard working individual who enjoys teaching students, this is not the place for you. They cater to individuals who are on CPP, or Comp. This allows for bad competition for students between full and part timers. Classes are boring, too long, and students (Instructors) frequently fall asleep. Instructors are outdated. Revolving door for Instructors, speaks volumes.