ATO resets exam to May 5
Negros Occidental (16 April) -- The Air Transportation Office (ATO) moved its 12th Basic Air Traffic Service Course examination scheduled April 24 to May 5.
Applicants should be not more than 26 years old on the day of the examination, must be of good health and of good moral character and free from any physical defects. Successful applicants shall undergo medical examination.
They should be a baccalaureate degree holder or preferably engineering graduate and computer literate.
Both civil service or boards exam passers and non-eligible applicants will be accepted.
Applicants should submit a copy of college diploma/transcript of records, civil service eligibility or RA 1080 Rating, birth certificate, NBI or Police and barangay clearances together with the filled up application forms with two passport size pictures not later than 5:00 p.m. of April 20 to the Personnel Unit of ATO.
The ATO will train qualified and successful applicants at no cost. However, they will not be entitled to receive any allowance or other form of compensation during the training period.
Application forms may be secured from the ATO Personnel Unitat the Bacolod City Airport or from the Air Traffic Service Facility in-charge/Airport Manager. ATO can be reached at telephone numbers 432-08-41 or 434-64-70. (PIA-LOL) [top]