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Driving Instructor Resume

A driving instructor job is a demanding career, because the job is about teaching students to drive a car, respect driving laws and parking regulations. If you want to become a driving instructor you must fulfill several requirements and the main one is a well-written resume. This document is very important in order to get a job interview and after that to get the desired job.

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Brief details about the "Resume"

There is no much time to recruiters to review your resume. They look only for specific items. Then, don't put in your resume things that will distract them from those important items they are looking for. Once you write this relevant document, be sure that you emphasize items such as your work experience and education given to the titles an adequate format (for example in bold letters).

We want to present you to download resume examples for a driving instructor, in order to guide you to write a good resume that make a good impact to your future employers. Of course you can find a lot of resume templates on Internet, but this is a good example.

Sample of a driving Instructor resume

Tim Reed
8011 Walker Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28214
Home: (218) 555-0229
Voice: (218) 555-6213
treed@earthlink.net

Objective: looking for driving instructor position.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Good driving record without fines/accidents.
  • Deep knowledge of motor vehicle, insurance laws and regulations.
  • Ability to drive a car in emergencies.
  • Professional and patient.

Work Experience


AAA Driving School, Charlotte, NC
Driving Instructor
2004 to Present
  • Driving instructor for individuals and groups, teaching them driving laws, parking regulations, driving skills inter alia.
  • Driving safety rules instruction.
  • Training for mechanical operations in order to deal with automobile emergencies.
  • Teaching of traffic rules and regulation, highway markings, roadway signs and signals.
  • Manipulation of driving simulators, blackboards diagrams and other visual aids.
  • Individual assessment for each student rectifying driving habits under diverse driving conditions.
  • Motor vehicle checking, insurance laws and regulation.
  • Evaluation of student's hiring and vision abilities.

Education and Specialized Training

  • Eastland Area Driving School - - Completed 60 hour of driving instruction course.
  • North Carolina Southern Community College - Associate of Arts.

Licensures

  • Driving Instructor Certification - State of North Carolina
  • B.S. in Automobile Engineering, 2004 North Carolina State University
This is just an example of a resume, if you would like to see more you can find a lot of resume templates in this page to help you with your writing.

If you already have a driving instructor resume then prepare for the next stage, in other words, the job interview. A resume usually describes your experience, knowledge, skills and all main information such as contact and reference information.

Lets see also some tips for your job interview



Let's see also some tips for your job interview.

Here we are going to present you some common job interview questions:
  • The first question can be "Tell me about yourself". You can give a brief introduction about yourself and your personal background. Let them know about what were your previous jobs and also about your accomplishments.
  • Which are your goals? Where do you see in 5 years?
  • The answer will tell much about you. The answer will depend in your purposes for life, so it tells your future employers what your objectives are and what you expect for life.
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses? Tell them about your positive points giving examples, you can tell about situations where you helped in previous jobs using your skills. On the other hand when you talk about your weaknesses be prudent, just mention the necessary things.
  • Why did you leave your previous job? It is a typical question, for which you have to be prepared. Whatever be the reason, to mention that you are in search of new challenges can be a good option. Avoid pointing out negative things about you.
  • Why we should hire you? Think about how you can contribute to the company.
  • Can you handle pressure? Never answer not, because pressure is part of all jobs. So tell that you can have a good performance although working under pressure.
Now you now some job interview questions, be ready to have a well performance in the interview. We hope you be working as a driving instructor really soon!