Good luck!!! Keep us postedONTARIOMECHANIC wrote: ↑Thu May 06, 2021 5:22 pmThey said they will set a date once I send in my 310s license.
Was not doing the POSI (Performance Oriented Structured Interview) one of the first interviews we had to performed when we first applied and had to pass in order to continue? I may be mistaken. If I remember correctly I did mine back in February.
Have you heard back from them yet?ONTARIOMECHANIC wrote: ↑Thu May 06, 2021 5:22 pmThey said they will set a date once I send in my 310s license.
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Depends how many tickets you write and how many different jurisdictions you are in. I would average 900-1100 tickets a year when I was an MTO Officer and I covered 4 municipalities. Of those charges, I remember I calculated I got trial notices for about 30%. I would be in court 3-4 times a month in various locations. I would actually end up having a trial/testifying about 10-15 times a year. I was an MTO Officer for 7.5 years and probably testified 80+ times. It gives you fantastic court experience.
Of course you can always be a schmuck and write little to no tickets and spend all your time at the scale. And then when you do get trial notices you can agree to have them all plead down to minor offences so you can leave court early and eat lunch. Then you won’t get much court time, but you would be a schmuck.