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Driver Training and teaching safety classes

Location:
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Posted:
October 07, 2019

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Christina Davidson

**** **** ********

West Cove, Alberta

T0E0A2

Ph: 780-***-****

Email: adai80@r.postjobfree.com

To Whom It May Concern

Thank you for the opportunity to apply for a position with your company. I am a

dedicated, hard working employee who gets the job done. If i see a need for additional training, I get it. If i see that a job needs doing,i do it.

I have many years experience in a management position and I have helped to supervise 160 drivers at a time. I have also done yearly audits as required. I am a hard worker with good communication skills and i get the job done. As you can see by the attached resume I have many certifications and qualify for many different positions and i look forward to meeting with you to discuss how I can assist your company in meeting its goals. You can reach me on my cell phone 780-***-****.

Thank you,

Christina Davidson

RESUME FOR CHRISTINA DAVIDSON

780-***-****

adai80@r.postjobfree.com

Employment History

September 2009 - Sept 2019

Cunningham Transport Ltd, Safety Specialist/Government Certified Driving Instructor

Responsibilities?

Attends safety meetings and training relating to provincial requirements for the purpose of

presenting and/or acquiring information.

Conducts classroom and behind-the-wheel bus driver training to reinforce and/or develop

bus driver skills.

Evaluates performance of bus drivers and applicants ensuring basic skill levels are met

and comply with provincial certification requirements.

Informs bus drivers and applicants (e.g. rules, regulations, laws, procedures, etc.) of the

information for follow-up action and/or proper procedures.

Maintains manual and electronic documents, files and records (e.g. licensing, certificate,

and medical expiration dates; cumulative hours; student behavior reports, mileage logs,

etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities and/or providing an up-to-date reference

and audit trail.

Oversees bus driver training requirements and certificate status (e.g. drivers licenses,

physicals, drug screenings, CPR/First Aid, etc.) for ensuring compliance with all provincial

administrative requirements.

Performs functions of a school bus driver as required.

Prepares a variety of written materials (e.g. activity reports, training handouts, safety

information guidelines, driver evaluations, etc.) used to communicate information to bus

drivers, other staff, and provincial officials.

Process documents and materials (e.g. citations, referrals, incident reports) for

disseminating information to appropriate parties.

Schedules training and testing of bus drivers to ensure compliance with all mandated

requirements and regulations.

September 2009 – August 2013 Cunningham Transport Ltd, Bus Driver Trainer

Responsibilities?

Conducts classroom and behind-the-wheel bus driver training to reinforce and/or develop

bus driver skills.

Performs functions of a school bus driver as required.

Prepares a variety of written materials (e.g. activity reports, training handouts, safety

information guidelines, driver evaluations, etc.) used to communicate information to bus

drivers, other staff, and provincial officials.

Schedules training and testing of bus drivers to ensure compliance with all mandated

requirements and regulations

August 2008 – Current Lac Ste. Anne Fire Department, Fire Fighter

Responsibilities

For example:

In emergencies: participate in the extinguishing and preventing fires,

administer first aid as needed.

rescuing victims from cars, boats or buildings,

carrying fire hoses up stairs or ladders, and breaking down doors.

Performing all of these tasks while wearing heavy protective clothing in dangerous, smoky and

hot environments.

Non-emergency tasks include

performing various routine tasks around the firehouse, such as maintaining the building

facilities and emergency vehicles and giving firehouse tours.

attend training to practice and thoroughly understand firefighting procedures, operational

techniques and first aid methods.

March 2008 – June 2008 1st Student Buslines, Bus Driver

Responsibilities?

Transport children to and from school in the mornings and afternoons

Maintain a clean and mechanically-sound bus at all times

Obey all traffic laws

Perform inspections of the bus before and after each route

Ensure safety of all students

Discipline children when required to maintain a safe and healthy environment

Assist students with getting on and off the bus when required

Attend monthly safety meetings

June 1989 – August 2008 Day home Provider

Responsibilities?

Develop day-to-day plans for the children in care.

Provide a safe and nurturing environment for the children

Plan activities to meet the emotional, bodily, intellectual and social needs of the children.

Pick children from school if required.

Ensure kids are supervised at all times.

Prepare and serve meals and snacks.

Set-up and implement policies and procedures..

Ensure kids’ room is clean, well maintained and secure at all times.

Provide opportunities for sleep and rest time.

Build children’s self-respect.

Provide daily schedules of activities.

Provide the emergency first aid or call for help in case of an emergency.

Keep parents informed regarding child’s development.

Professional Qualifications:

Class 2 License with S and Q endorsements

Government Certified Driving Instructor – Certified to teach:

S Endorsement (School Bus Safety Program)

PDIC and Defensive Driving Class to all classes, including Class One

Commercial Vehicle Weights and dimensions class

National Safety Code Vehicle Inspection Class

Cargo Securement Class

Alberta Provincial Hours of Service Class

CSTS-09 Construction Safety Training System

Communications 101

Education:

Several Health and Safety Classes:

Incident Investigation,

Hazard Assessment and Control,

FOIP

First Aid

MacEwan University – Nursing 1982-1984

Ross Shepherd High School (Alberta GED) 1982

H.B. Beal High School (Ontario GED) 1980

References: Chief Eugene Lewis, Lac Ste Anne County, District 5 Fire Chief. Ph 780-***-****

Mr. Earl Hemphill, Previous Scout Manager. Ph 780-***-****

Additional references available upon request



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