What is Strada testing?

What is Strada testing?

STRADA is a computer-based evaluation designed to help assess your match with the Transit Operator position. The other written test administered is a written test designed to evaluate applicants on defensive driving and rules of the road.

What are the educational requirements for operator driver of a mass transit engine?

Required Education Though no college degree is required to become a transit bus driver, many professional driving schools offer courses in bus driving. One must complete extensive training and obtain the necessary license designations in order to become a transit bus driver, such as a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).

What does a TTC driver make?

Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators

Wages* Low (5th percentile) Median
Starting $15.00 $21.83
Overall $15.00 $23.46
Top $15.00 $24.89

What skills are in driving?

Driving skills can include strong knowledge of traffic laws, maintenance knowledge and problem-solving skills. Many drivers obtain these skills from education, on-the-job training or they may naturally develop them.

What skills do bus drivers need?

Bus drivers should also possess the following specific qualities:

  • Customer-service skills. Bus drivers regularly interact with passengers and must be courteous and helpful.
  • Hand-eye coordination.
  • Hearing ability.
  • Patience.
  • Physical health.
  • Visual ability.

What is a transit video test?

The Transit Human Relations Test is a proctored multiple-choice test that focuses on customer service, critical thinking, and judgment. Candidates watch a video segment, then choose the best course of action in a multiple-choice format. The video items play without stopping.

What category is bus driver?

Category D
Category D (Bus Licence & Coach Licence)