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A Student Air Traffic Controller Licence permits the holder to provide an Air Traffic Control service but only under the supervision of a fully qualified Air Traffic Controller, who holds an on-the-job training instructor licence endorsement.
The service being provided must be in the ATC discipline for which initial training has been successfully completed at an approved initial training organisation.
Unit training in that discipline must commence within 12 months of having completed the approved initial training course.
Student ATCO licence holders who fail to meet this criterion will be required to complete an assessment of previous competence.
Applicants for a Student Air Traffic Controller Licence must:
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