Meet our CEO and Founder, John E. Kearney

John has spent over 30 years in the driver training field. As an industry leader his experience includes the operation of multiple schools throughout the United States for truck driver training where the need and application for the use of simulation as a training tool was obvious. Over 100,000 students have benefited from training within the scope of the companies.

John is the founder and CEO of the most advanced truck driver training simulator company in America, Advanced Training Systems.

He has been an expert in the field of training and simulation for over 30 years. His list of accomplishments as a leader in the business world includes operations in many countries throughout the world. His experience, and leadership is now directed to improving the lives of thousands of drivers with ATS’s innovative driver simulator training His company believes in offering a superior product at a price that brings stellar ROI. This is the basic philosophy that has driven John in all his endeavors through the years and, at present, his management of ATS.

Background and experience include:

Certified Public Accountant
Member American Institute and Florida Institute of CPA’s
Member Board of Directors Florida Institute of CPA’s
Member of Group that developed the Continuing Professional Education Law for the State of Florida
Member Associated Accounting Firms International
Chair of Continuing Education for the State of Florida for the Accounting Profession
KML Foundation Chairman Director
Advanced Training Systems LLC* Manager, Member, President CEO
Tampa Bay Research Institute* Secretary, Director
Career Source Tampa Bay (Workforce)* Past Chairman, Director
Pinellas Science Center* Director
Roadmaster Drivers Schools CEO President
Career Path Training Corp.* Founder Past CEO President
Institutional Technologies Inc* Director

Simulation and Training Together . .

Contact ATS today to learn how our simulators with built-in scenario training can help make your drivers more efficient and safe on the roads.