Drivers with CPC eligible for YBS vehicles

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The YBS buses are seen against the background of Sule Pagoda in the city centre of Yangon. Photo: Ko Naing

Those drivers who earn a YBS Driver Certificate of Professional Competence awarded by Yangon Region Transport Committee (YRTC) and the Directorate of Road Transport Administration under the Ministry of Transport and Communications are qualified to work for Yangon Bus Service.
At present, YBS is a shortage of drivers and the first batch of YBS specialized training (1/2022) is scheduled to start in the first week of February. YRTC has called for trainees. Those who hold a B driving licence for at least three years and an E driving licence are eligible to join the training programme. Additionally, the age of the trainees is limited to between 25 and 55 years. All the trainees must have the driving experience of large vehicles.
Those who have worked for YBS have to seek recommendations from their respective companies. Secondary education is a compulsory requirement as well. It is the four-week training and they will be awarded a YBS Driver Certificate of Professional Competence, YRTC notified.
It will hold up to 150 trainees. Those enthusiastics can take out an application form and submit it at YRTC head office. — Ko Naing (Bago)/GNLM

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