In order to comply with government and corporate precautions related to COVID-19 and protect our employees and candidates, ATS selection activities have been put on hold. We continue to accept applications for ATS careers. However, there are no scheduled assessments for ATS candidate selection.
Information on the selection process can be found on this site. If you have any additional questions, please contact the ATS Recruitment Centre at email@example.com.
When will assessments resume?
Who can I contact if I have questions about the selection process or my application?
Our Air Traffic Controller candidates come from all different educational and workplace backgrounds – there is no preparation or experience required for our recruitment process.
While there is no preparation required for the standard tests we administer, the next best thing you can do is ensure that you’re well rested, have good nutrition and be prepared to be yourself.
Each test we administer has a certain “pass or cut” score. You must successfully pass each test in order to be considered for the subsequent hurdle. We are not normally able to provide feedback on individual assessment performance.
If you’re unsuccessful but would still like to join our team, you can reapply 18 months after the date of your test. NAV CANADA is a great company to work for: You may also want to consider other careers which may be advertised on navcanada.ca
Not everyone selected for training qualifies in the end. The selection process ensures you have the basic aptitudes needed to be successful. We’ll also provide the training resources to help you succeed. Unfortunately, not all candidates are successful in training.
You’ll start to receive a student allowance/or training salary as soon as you begin your training. The allowance/or salary and the amount depends on your stream. After you successfully complete the first phase of training, you will begin on-the-job training and will earn a student training salary of approximately $38,000 to $44,000 per year. Your salary increases significantly once you’re fully qualified or certified.