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Truck Driving Lessons
Truck driving is a critical part of both the mining sector and retail sector in Western Australia. Daily, these sectors are reliant on truck drivers to transport their goods, safely to their many clients on time. It is a career built on flexibility, security as well as being well known for having excellent remuneration and benefits.
Bus Driver Training
At Miro Training Centre we pride ourselves on offering specialized knowledge in bus driving to aid students in achieving confidence on the road. We offer Verification of Competency courses which begin at 2 hours per lesson which give you the tools to become a positive, safe, and assertive road user.
Our training centre runs these courses Monday to Saturday to ensure you are able to attend and begin your journey as a bus driver. Our highly qualified trainers will go through a checklist to assist you in understanding the areas you need to improve on before being considered competent.
Once you are deemed competent, we will issue you with a VOC Certificate in which you can add to your resume, give to your current employer as personal development or show your perspective future employer of your skills.
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With a passion for road safety, Mirella began her driving instructors career as an independent driving instructor and assessor, before joining the Department of Transport.
She has worked in both Western Australia and the Northern Territory, so has a wealth of knowledge about both state and federal transport legislation.
Mirella wanted to lift the standard of driving instructing in Western Australia, and so began the Miro Training Centre, Western Australia’s only Registered Training Organisation for Driving Instruction, which is owned and operated here in Perth.
With a focus on how people learn, Mirella is constantly on the look out for new techniques and technologies to improve the training quality provided to her students.
Further, she is always extending her own knowledge of the industry, regularly attending seminars and conferences with the National Safety Council of Australia.