Angelina Al Kaaby
One of the biggest challenges when learning to drive is nervousness. That’s why instructor Angelina Al Kaaby focuses on techniques for remaining cool and collected – even in stressful situations. At the same time, she empowers her students, by equipping them with effective risk management strategies. Angelina sees driving instruction as an opportunity to provide mentoring and make a meaningful difference to the lives of others. Students respond well to her outgoing and positive, yet calm, manner.
Greg's calm nature allows him to remove the stress out of learning to drive. He loves teaching young people and particularly enjoys helping them overcome obstacles and assisting them achieve their goals. Being able to influence the attitudes of young drivers and having them realise the importance of their decisions whilst behind the wheel is Greg's main motivation for being a driving instructor.
Maria's enthusiasm and passion to make a difference with young drivers is contagious. The different approaches she utilises to create an individual training program for her students ensures they receive the best possible lesson suited to their needs. Maria also ensures each lesson is filled with encouragement and enjoyment which is critical to the learning process.
For Susan, learning to drive isn’t just about passing a test. It’s also about developing confidence, gaining opportunities and staying safe – for life. She discovered her passion for driver training when volunteering as a mentor with the DriveTime Program, which helps refugees attain NSW Driver Licences. Today, as a professional instructor, she specialises in teaching young people, who enjoy her patient, positive and motivating approach. In addition, Susan speaks fluent Arabic and English, and offers a working knowledge of Assyrian.