English for Aviation course has been developed specifically for people who work in the Aviation industry and need to comply with the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO's) language proficiency requirements. It supports standard phraseology and builds upon it to help improve plain English in the skill areas specified by ICAO: pronunciation, structure, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, and interactions.
English for Aviation covers a range of subjects associated with the Aviation industry. The course is organized in the sequence of a flight, starting with an introductory unit, followed by pre-flight, ground movements, departure, cruising, en route events, contact and approach, landing, and end-of-flight ground movements.
Pilots and air traffic controllers will find the course useful for improving their plain English, but anyone working in aviation - ground staff, emergency services, or administrators, for example - who wants to improve their English ability will benefit from the English for Aviation course as well.
English for Aviation course includes the following units:
Introduction to air communication
Departure, climbing, and cruising
En route events
Contact and approach
On the ground
Course Duration: 4 weeks in mini-group with 20 lessons per week.
It's also possible to cover all English for Aviation course material with the private course with 40 to 60 one-to-one lessons.
At the end of your course, you receive a certificate for presentation to employers. All Aviation English students also receive an individual written evaluation of their progress.