Opportunities with VISC
VISC Is Hiring!
Would you like to share your passion of motorcycling to new riders? We are currently looking to take on several new instructors to start teaching next year. The criteria listed below represents our current instructor needs, so see if this would fit your schedule/lifestyle:
Lives in the greater Victoria area (Mill Bay south).
Preference for those Available for weekday courses-so preferably retired or flexible work schedule
Min. 3 years with a class 6 licence.
We can only train instructors to teach at our school.
We train, non-paid, throughout the fall and winter (scheduled evenings and some weekends) to be ready to teach the following year.
If this could work for you then please fill out an application form below.
Additional Training Program Details
Our instructors find their part-time work extremely rewarding in many ways and are happy to give something back to the riding community and sport which they enjoy so much. Any avid motorcyclist who has a sincere desire to teach motorcycle safety can apply if they meet the following minimum requirements:
Minimum of 19 years of age
Class 6 Motorcycle Licence for minimum of 3 years, with 3 years consecutive riding experience
Good Driving Record (ICBC Driver's Abstract Required)
No Criminal Code Driving Offences in the past five years
Criminal Record Check *
Driver Training Instructor Medical Evaluation *
Current Basic First Aid and CPR certification *
* Applicants will be instructed when to complete these requirements. Additional costs are the responsibility of the applicant.
Do you have what it takes?
There is a tremendous time commitment involved with becoming a VISC instructor. The instructor training program consist of approximately 100 hours of training. Once training is completed, our instructors typically teach 3 or 4 courses a year, with a requirement to teach a minimum of 2 courses each year. Instructors are expected to continue upgrading their teaching to include theory and traffic course instruction. All of our instructors at the Safety Council are passionately committed to both motorcycling and safe riding.
If you fit this profile and can commit to our training program and annual teaching requirements, please contact our lead trainer to enquire about attending the next Instructor Candidate Information Night. contact lead trainer