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What questions will be asked in an interview for an air traffic control course?


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2014-09-17 23:53:02
2014-09-17 23:53:02

You will probably be asked questions like, 'Why do you want to go into air traffic control?' You will also be asked, 'What skills and abilities do you bring to this position?'


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Once an interview is concluded it is best not to ask any questions. The interviewer may in the course of the meeting ask if you have any questions and that is the time for them. Have two or three ready in just in case because interviews are designed to allow the human resource people the chance to get a gauge of your personality, intellect and problem solving skills. Also remember that more people will likely be interviewed so answer directly and briefly, and thank the manager for the opportunity to present yourself before you leave.

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Of course so where is your question

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This person controls the aircraft traffic. Helps the planes avoid each other in the air, keeps planes on course that is safe. In the 7110.65T, also known throughout the Air Traffic Control as the Bible, this is the answer. "The primary purpose of the ATC system is to prevent a collision between aircraft operating in the system and to organize and expedite the flow of traffic, and to provide support for National Security and Homeland Defense."

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