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Do you want to become an Air Traffic Controller?

If you want to become an Air Traffic Controller then this comprehensive 150-page guide will show you how. Full of essential tips and advice, the How To Become An Air Traffic Controller is the only guide you need to secure this highly sought after career.

BECOME AN AIR TRAFFIC
CONTROLLER?

The How To Become an Air Traffic Controller guide will provide you with essential information on how to pass the selection process.

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THE ROLE OF AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER

Air Traffic Controllers have a large degree of responsibility and are responsible for the traffic in airspace. It is a job that requires an ability to work effectively under pressure and also one that requires a high level of organisational skills. Let’s take a look at some of the key tasks carried out by our Air Traffic Controllers:

  • Responsible for maintaining keeping radio and radar contact with aircraft;
  • Being able to move and direct the aircraft whilst they travel to and from airports both at home and internationally;
  • Giving specific instructions to aircraft so as to direct them to a required altitude so to avoid collision and to maintain an organised airspace;
  • Giving permission for aircraft to either land or take-off;
  • Supplying pilots with details of current and forecast weather conditions;
  • Organising aircraft so that a safe distance is maintained between them at all time, both on the ground and in air;
  • Dealing with emergencies, unscheduled traffic and events that are unexpected in a controlled and calm manner.

There are, of course, many other different elements to the role of an Air Traffic Controller and the selection process/training for the job reflects the high standard of candidate that is required to perform the role competently.

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The selection process for become an Air Traffic Controller is rigorous and will normally consist of the following elements:

1. An ability to meet the minimum eligibility requirements for the role.

2. A application form that assesses the key qualities and competencies required to become an Air Traffic Controller;

3. A number of aptitude tests to assess your mental and reasoning ability, including spatial awareness;

4. A number of interviews which are usually structured in nature. The interview panel will be looking for you to provide evidence of where you can meet some of the key elements/qualities of the role.

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  • 150 pages of invaluable insider tips and advice.
  • Interview questions and sample test questions to help you.
  • A free 150-page ‘Interview Skills’ guide.

In addition to providing you with insider tips and advice on how to pass the selection process, the guide will also provide you with sample interview questions and answers. Let’s take a look at a sample Air Traffic Controller interview questions with some tips on how to answer the question effectively:

SAMPLE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER INTERVIEW QUESTION

Can you provide an example of when you have worked effectively under pressure?

This kind of question is guaranteed to be asked during the Air Traffic Controller interview, simply because being able to work under pressure is a requirement of the role. Anyone can say that they “would be able to work effectively under pressure”, but actually providing evidence of when they have already demonstrated this key skill in a previous role, is a totally different matter.

When responding to this interview question consider the following tips:

    Provide the interview panel with a SPECIFIC situation of where you have successfully worked under pressure in a work environment. A good example of this might be where you have had to work to a very tight deadline.

    Make sure your response is concise and logical. The most effective way to achieve this is to utilise the S.T.A.R. method when creating your response:

S – tell them what the SITUATION was

T – Explain what the TASK was that you had to do

A – Tell the interview panel what ACTION you had to take and why it was effective

R – Finally, tell the interview panel what the RESULT was following your actions. Always try to ensure that the outcome or result was positive. By following the S.T.A.R structure for responding to interview questions you will be ensuring that your responses are both concise and relevant.

Topics and information included within this guide include:

  • Essential information about the Aviation Industry and in particular the role of an Air Traffic Controller.
  • The eligibility requirements for becoming an Air Traffic Controller.
  • How and where to apply for positions including useful contact details.
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  • Sample application form responses that you can use.
  • Completing the application form correctly to ensure success.
  • What the assessment centre involves and what they are looking for.
  • Actual interview questions and tips and advice on how to answer them.
  • Sample numerical reasoning test questions.
  • Test questions to help you pass the spatial reasoning assessment.
  • A speed, distance and time tutorial.
  • Speed, distance and time test questions.
  • Useful links and resources.
  • Where to find an air traffic controller job.

Plus many more pages of essential information...

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  • Preparing psychologically, proving you want the job, what to research.
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  • Overcoming interview nerves and how to relax during the interview.
  • Having a Plan B.
  • Follow-up letters and networking.
  • Effective communication skills, questions to ask the panel, what not to ask the panel.
  • Creating success stories, avoiding mistakes, what to say at the end of the interview.
  • Structuring a post-interview letter.

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