Aviation English Assessment - eLearning


About

The Aviation English Assessment is designed to evaluate a wide range of English language skills, from grammar and vocabulary to speaking. Upon completion of the Assessment, your level will be assessed according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) Scale (A1-C2).

Please note that this assessment cannot be used as proof of your level of English for purposes other than your eligibility to enrol in the IATA Aviation English eLearning course and IATA Aviation English – Intense virtual classroom course.

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Course Code: TAPH-13

This course is held in Partnership with LAL Language Centres

IATA Aviation English - Intensive aviation training course

Assessment format

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  • Non-supervised online-based assessment, that can be taken any time at your convenience followed by a speaking assessment with an instructor
  • You will be given 30 minutes to complete 60 multiple choice questions and 10-15 minutes in a speaking interview.
  • Your assessment level will be provided to you directly after you finish the assessment questions.

How to register

To arrange in-house training for your company: Complete the in-house training request form or contact the salesperson in your region.

Registration

All locations
All availability
English
Course fee by user
USD 50

What you will learn

Upon completing this course you will be able to:

  • Determine your English assessment level
  • Be eligible to enrol in the IATA Aviation English eLearning course which recommends that you achieve at least level B1 (equivalent to ICAO level 3).
  • Be eligible to enrol in the IATA Aviation English - Intensive course which recommends that you achieve at least level B1 (equivalent to ICAO level 3).

Course content

  • English grammar
  • English vocabulary
  • Speaking

Who should attend

This course is recommended for aviation professionals using air-ground voice communications for international air operations including:

  • Air Traffic Controllers and ATC assistants
  • Private, charter and commercial pilots who fly international routes
  • Aircraft dispatchers
  • Aviation students and trainees

Certificate awarded

Assessment

  • Non-supervised online-based assessment, that can be taken any time at your convenience followed by a speaking assessment with an instructor
  • You will be given 30 minutes to complete 60 multiple choice questions and 5 minutes in a speaking interview.
  • Your assessment level will be provided to you directly after you finish the assessment questions.

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