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'''Experience and ATC'''
 
'''Experience and ATC'''
 
The present article needs further development. Readers are invited to contribute to the discussion page, after logging in or contact editor@skybrary.aero
 
 
 
Experience is a function of the time spent performing a task and the variety of conditions of performance that have been encountered.
 
Experience is a function of the time spent performing a task and the variety of conditions of performance that have been encountered.
 
It is important to provide adequate supervision levels to those controllers that are trainees.
 
It is important to provide adequate supervision levels to those controllers that are trainees.
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Experience and ATC Experience is a function of the time spent performing a task and the variety of conditions of performance that have been encountered. It is important to provide adequate supervision levels to those controllers that are trainees.