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Practical Experience Training

The most advanced training available today is the experience received during the "Hands-On" training at Bulldog Driver Training. The training makes the candidate the most employable driver in the work force. Not only has this driver received the best formal training i.e. Road Management, Preventative Maintenance, Fuel Management and Air Brakes, but for is also the experience of a lifetime.

Meet the Team

Our team of professionals are here to make sure you get the best training

Jim Reed


John Umpherson

Vice President - Class 1 & 3 Senior Instructor

Truck driving has been in my blood since I was 6 years old. I decided then that this was the life path that I would follow. I started my driving experience in and around Alberta which was both fun and exciting. Before I knew it, I was driving stateside which was great especially when the weather was -35 back in Alberta.

When I decided to stop driving, I became an instructor with Bulldog (formerly Cameron Driver Education); I love my job teaching individuals how to drive a truck. I get to meet new people every day and I love the great Bulldog family that I have the pleasure of working with every day. As a new owner of this business, I look forward to continue's an adventure of a lifetime!

Trevor Johnson

Class 1 & 3 Instructor

Truck driving has always been a way of life for me as my father was a log truck driver, in the Northwest, during my formative years, At the age of 23, in the dead of winter, I proudly acquired my class one license thanks to my uncle’s patience and a lenient examiner who told me ‘If I freeze, you fail’. Two weeks later, I set out on my illustrious driving career in a 1978 Kenworth LW, hauling logs into Williams Lake, BC. I hauled logs and lumber in that area from 1986 – 1989, then moved my family to Stewart BC with an objective to own and operate my own logging/lumber trucks. Between 1989 and 2004, I spent many an exciting moment traversing goat trails and switchbacks, loving the adventure each day was sure to provide.

My logging adventure came to a screeching halt due to a downturn in the BC logging economy, so I moved my family to central Alberta where I became a highway driver, hauling reefer vans, loaded with everything from lumber to turkeys, to Safeway grocery stores between Saskatchewan and British Columbia. I enjoyed the open road from 2004 to 2010, then decided to slow down the pace. I became a driving instructor and joined the team at Bulldog Driver Training formerly Cameron Driver Education in May of 2011 and enjoy sharing my skills, knowledge, and passion for truck driving with my students. I look forward to facilitating your move forward into your new career!

Holley Ruttan

Class 5 Instructor

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