lol i know, i especially feel sorry for the chick turning 30. The same thing happened to me last year when i had to retest believe it or notThat's crappy for everyone in the situation then. Go through the FAA APPROVED program to be hired as a controller, and you can't even apply because they're not offering the test!
Obviously i still graduate from my college LOL, i just have to wait to take the ATSAT exam.So, how can fall '12 CTI people graduate without taking the AT-SAT? I thought a passing AT-SAT score was a requirement in order to complete the CTI program and be recommended for hire to the FAA?
No. Whats funny is a school will say anything to get their students to shut up and try to feel good. Regardless of what they take away from the telcon.It's funny and indicative of how things run; same telcon, and multiple take-aways. Hopefully it will work out for those waiting.
I think they have decided on Robinson Aviation (RVA). I am not really sure, but I was looking for jobs on their website and this posting was on their lisntings 7 times at different locations around the country.I'm not discrediting what ware230 said, but I'll let you know what my instructors said. They said the contracting bid would go out in December and likely not be decided on until February or March. Therefore, the actual testing most likely wouldn't be until April. They also said that it could result in a much later panel than normal because the agency wanted to allow testing to take place first.
I have no idea if any of this will come true, but this is what my instructors said following the telecon.
Interesting. When was this? i just checked out their site but i dont see a test proctor opening..I think they have decided on Robinson Aviation (RVA). I am not really sure, but I was looking for jobs on their website and this posting was on their lisntings 7 times at different locations around the country.
Test Proctor (Atlanta, GA)
Test Proctors required to administer pre-employment tests on an as-needed basis for Oklahoma City based company. Position may require extensive travel, skill in addressing small groups, as well as the ability to:
Closely follow directions, procedures, and protocols;
Work with personal computers and office equipment;
Work effectively in a variety of settings;
Ensure security for the duration of the testing event; and,
Conduct business outside of normal office environments.
The qualified applicant will have:
Education, training and experience in test administration;
Experience in addressing small groups; and,
Experience in using and setting up computers and other related equipment in a variety of settings.
Additionally, the qualified applicant will have the ability to move up to 100 lbs, crawl and bend without restriction, and will be able to obtain approval by a government agency to work under this effort.
The pre-employment test sounds to me like the AT-SAT.
Anyone's thoughts on this?
Still have no idea when the test would actually be given, but at least this is maybe a start.