Report TTC Application Process in TRANSIT EMPLOYMENT Posted May 4, 2019 On 3/21/2019 at 5:21 AM, NoobieRider said: Hi all. I'm looking for a bit of advice. I'm currently 26 years old. I applied to the ttc for transit operator last December. I ended up getting a job in January as a sales rep delivering and selling food products. My job currently pays 40-50k depending on routes and seniority. Its a pretty good job, not physically brutal and I only work 4 set days. Anyways, I just got invited to an information session for TTC. I've always wanted to work with them but there's a couple of worries. I'd be making more with better benefits at TTC, however I'd have to quit my current job to go to training if I get hired. There's a potential for failing training as I heard up to 40 percent of trainees drop out. I absolutely do not want to end up quitting my current job and having this happen. This job is a good job, but TTC is better however I'd essentially be taking a gamble. I know this is very, very early in the process and I haven't even attended the information session but I have to keep these things in mind. How is the training and overall culture at TTC? I currently drive one of those Purolator types of trucks for work with only a class G. It's quite long, around 25 ft If youre personable a good driver and have half a brain. You'll pass. The information session is the verrrry start of the process... Still lots of hoops you gotta jump through. I don't think you're close to the worrying stage..