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'''Experience and ATC'''
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Experience is a function of the time spent performing a task and the variety of conditions of performance that have been encountered.
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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.