ATNS Bursary Scheme details

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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by HeadScratcher » Wed Jan 29, 2014 10:56 am

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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

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JumpseatJunkie wrote:So its been about 9 months since I last posted here. In that time, I've managed to make it through the entrance tests, pass the interview, & make it into the ATCO programme. Finished up my Core last year which took an effort & a half. Started off with about 40 students & saw a lot of them "fade away." We're busy with the ATS Rating at the moment. Just have our practical left, before getting posted for work as an assistant for about a year or so. Its been a great ride so far & our group is itching to go out into Ops. For anyone that stumbles upon this thread & is thinking about applying for the ATCO/ATSO programme, perservere!
Hi JSJ,

If I may ask, are you A PDI (with the utmost respect).
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by 201514 » Wed Feb 11, 2015 6:49 pm

how did you apply for the atns atco scheme.i really need your help i cant spend my whole life doing something i dont even like i am counting on you please help
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by 201514 » Wed Feb 11, 2015 6:51 pm

how did you apply for the atns atco scheme.i really need your help i cant spend my whole life doing something i dont even like i am counting on you please help
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by JumpseatJunkie » Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:00 pm

Hey there!

Applications can be done through the company website : www.atns.co.za

Good luck!
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by 201514 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 9:00 am

did it take time for them to reply you.i only completed my application two days ago. did you apply through career junction,because i have a bad feeling about my application.when is the shortlisting anyway?.
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by 201514 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 9:17 am

any replies from atns this year 2015 ?.running out of patience.
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by JumpseatJunkie » Thu Feb 12, 2015 12:42 pm

Howzit!
Yeah look it's a long process, if you read back on my earlier posts on this topic you'll see for yourself LOL!
I applied through the ATNS website. Two days is way too short a time to be stressing, for some it takes months (ie me!)
Hang in there, it's worth it.

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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by Nicolaas206 » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:05 pm

Will having a CPL benefit your chances of getting a bursary? My common sense says surely?
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by ACE MAN » Thu Sep 10, 2015 3:11 pm

Nicolaas206 wrote:Will having a CPL benefit your chances of getting a bursary? My common sense says surely?
Nope
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by JumpseatJunkie » Fri Sep 11, 2015 4:00 pm

Indeed. Common sense says so. We had 3 PPLs and a Com in my group a couple years ago. And I gotta say we found the foundation course a lot easier than the non-av geeks. Good luck!
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by JumpseatJunkie » Fri Sep 11, 2015 4:04 pm

Correction... The non-fliers
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by ACE MAN » Fri Sep 11, 2015 6:18 pm

Jumpseatjunkie , while I agree with you 100% it was not the answer to the question, enjoy the job , you will find it difficult to find a much more rewarding career.
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by Krishnie » Sat Sep 22, 2018 12:46 pm

JumpseatJunkie wrote:
Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:05 am
So its been about 9 months since I last posted here. In that time, I've managed to make it through the entrance tests, pass the interview, & make it into the ATCO programme. Finished up my Core last year which took an effort & a half. Started off with about 40 students & saw a lot of them "fade away." We're busy with the ATS Rating at the moment. Just have our practical left, before getting posted for work as an assistant for about a year or so. Its been a great ride so far & our group is itching to go out into Ops. For anyone that stumbles upon this thread & is thinking about applying for the ATCO/ATSO programme, perservere!
JumpseatJunkie wrote:
Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:05 am
So its been about 9 months since I last posted here. In that time, I've managed to make it through the entrance tests, pass the interview, & make it into the ATCO programme. Finished up my Core last year which took an effort & a half. Started off with about 40 students & saw a lot of them "fade away." We're busy with the ATS Rating at the moment. Just have our practical left, before getting posted for work as an assistant for about a year or so. Its been a great ride so far & our group is itching to go out into Ops. For anyone that stumbles upon this thread & is thinking about applying for the ATCO/ATSO programme, perservere!
Hi. Can you pls give any advise ,tips, or any info that will help with the entrance test. How can i prepare
I desperately need to pass
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Re: ATNS Bursary Scheme details

Unread post by chunky » Sat Sep 22, 2018 1:03 pm

Do ATNS accept non BEE applications for the bursary scheme ?

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