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Our Instructors

OUR INSTRUCTORS AND THEIR QUALIFICATIONS

 

Simyon Cherniavski, owner of Canada Trust Driving School  brings extensive experience, knowledge and professional etiquette to the school. His value for teaching is evident through his teaching style, techniques and the enlightened atmosphere he maintains.

     In addition to his experience, he completed courses and continuously upgrades his knowledge in order to ensure his teaching material is up-to-date. He brings his admiration for the field and his extensive experience acquired throughout his lifetime to this school, and hopes to help, inform and advance future students with similar interests.
Over 20 years of experience providing driving instructions to our community has made us a leader in our field.

 

Biana Cherniavski, is an in class and in car driving instructor of Canada Trust Driving School. Biana is a young instructor educated in the latest rules, regulations, and helpful teaching methods that works together with the students in order to help them understand and improve their skills. 

 

     She's licesned, qualified and certified to work together with both beginner and drivers with past experience. Biana is very patient and will ensure the student feels comfortable and able to grasp the information. Teaching not just what is needed for the road test, but also for driving deffensively and with confidence in life. 

 

  • Driver education instructors have up to date knowledge and practices.
  • Our teachers are Advanced driving instructors and in-class certified instructors.

 

Canada Trust Driving Instructors

   

 Driving instructors must have a license in the class of driving they wish to teach, a clean driving history and strong communication skills. Normally, province requires driving instructors to take driver safety courses and complete a provincial instructor licensing program.

 

Appropriate Driver's License

 

Prospective driving instructors should have a driver's license in the province where they wish to practice. They must not have a license suspended or revoked in any other province, nor must they have had a license suspended or revoked within the past two years. Additionally, Canada Trust driving instructors must understand these classifications and hold a license for the class of vehicle in which their expertise lies.

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