by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine, National Technical Information Service [distributor] in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Allan D. VanDeventer ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||VanDeventer, Allan D, United States. Office of Aviation Medicine, Civil Aeromedical Institute|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
IDOT/FAA/AM/3 Studies Of Poststrike Air Traffic Control-Off ice of Aviation Medicine Specialist Trainees: Selection And *Washington, D.C. S re ig Po rm * Carol A. Manning a) Pamela S. Kegg William E. Collins I Civil Aeromedical Institute Federal Aviation Administration 4 Oklahoma City, OK July This document is available to the public. Get this from a library! Studies of poststrike air traffic control specialist trainees. I., Age, biographic factors, and selection test performance related to academy training success. [Allan D VanDeventer; United States. Office of Aviation Medicine.; Civil Aeromedical Institute.;]. DTIC ADA Studies of Poststrike Air Traffic Control Specialist Trainees. I. Age, Biographic Factors, and Selection Test Performance Related to Academy Training Success, by Defense Technical Information Center. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Collins, William Edward, Studies of poststrike air traffic control specialist trainees. III., Changes in demographic characteristics of academy entrants and biodemographic predictors of success in air traffic controller selection and academy screening.
Studies of poststrike air traffic control specialist trainees. By William Edward Collins, Carol A. (Carol Ann) Manning, Lendell G. Nye and United States. Office of Aviation Medicine. Abstract "DOT/FAA/AM/4.""June "Distributed to depository libraries in es bibliographical references (p. STUDIES OF POSTSTRIKE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SPECIALIST TRAINEES: III. CHANGES IN DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ACADEMY ENTRANTS AND BIODEMOGRAPHIC PREDICTORS OF SUCCESS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER SELECTION AND ACADEMY SCREENING. As used in this study guide, the following terms have the meanings defined. NOTE: Some definitions have been abridged. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL The objective of Air Traffic Control is to maintain a safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic under the control of an appropriate unit. Air Traffic Control Specialist – Trainee. Department: Department Of Transportation Agency: Federal Aviation Administration Number of Job Opportunities & Location(s): Many vacancies – FAA – Air Traffic Locations, United States Salary: $22, to $28, / Series and Grade: FG Open Period: Monday, August 8, to Monday, Aug
Get this from a library! Studies of poststrike air traffic control specialist trainees. II., Selection and screening programs. [Carol A Manning; Pamela S Kegg; William Edward Collins; United States. Office of Aviation Medicine.]. At Air Traffic Control The Netherlands (LVNL) we designed an assessment system based on a newly defined set of competences. The ATC Performance Model, derived from this competence analysis, has. ies of poststrike air traffic control specialist trainees: I. Age, biogra phical factors, and selection test performance related to Academy training success (pp. 7–14). − JO , Air Traffic Control − , Air Traffic Technical Training Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) On an End-of-Lesson Test, you will identify the duty priority, procedural preference, and operational priorities of the air traffic controller. 4 You will meet this objective in accordance with the following reference: FAA Order.