We are currently seeking motorcycle instructors at Atlantic Moto Skills. We would love to have you on-board. Every single one of our instructors has brought their motorcycle experience and knowledge to our course and has had a huge influence on how our course is delivered. We are extremely proud of our group, which is made up of many of Moncton’s best and most experienced motorcycle instructors. We promote a team approach to learning. Every one of our instructors are heavily involved each weekend in either delivering lectures, riding demos and most importantly providing the essential “one on one” feedback our clients require during the course of developing their skills.
Our Beginner course has had good success these past years. We have been one of the most attended riding courses in our area. In fact, many of our late April and early May scheduled weekends have been booked from the previous year. We hope to continue that trend. We recognize that it is our instructors that are responsible for the success of Atlantic Moto Skills.
What we need to do before becoming an instructor:
1. NB Department of Public Safety (DPS) requires you to take a 40hr Driver Education Instructor Course (DEIC), which we provide. We will forward your completion certificate along with an application for a Driver Instructor Permit to DPS. More info on this DEIC is available upon request.
2. With this above application we need from you a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) check and the Vulnerable Sector Consent (VSC) check. AMS will reimburse any fees encountered with your receipts. You can get those by paying at the City of Moncton office and bringing your receipt to the RCMP office where you will fill out the CPIC and VSC application. DPS will be running a driver’s abstract to ensure you qualify to become an instructor. To qualify, you must have 4 continuous years motorcycle riding experience.
3. Once DPS receives all the information above and approves you to move forward, you will need to go to SNB and write the NB Driver’s Handbook exam and vision test. Like our clients, you can use the “Study Area” here at www.atlanticmotoskills.com for assistance. SNB will then schedule a motorcycle road test. This is the final step.
We work on a casual basis, meaning you choose which weekends you want to teach on available weekends. As mentioned, we have been full 20+ weekends for the last few years, requiring 3 Instructors per team. We pay a little better than $500 Gross for a weekend of instruction. T4As are issued at the end of the season. We would appreciate at a minimum, 4 weekends per season plus our “Spring Refresher” (usually 1 to 2 days) before the season starts. You are also paid for your attendance at this Refresher.
If our course is something that you might like to be a part of, give us a call or send us an e-mail. We look forward to talking with you.
Atlantic Moto Skills