Aviation English Courses in London

Aviation English Courses at Link School Will Help You to Use English Effectively in Your Professional Environment

LESSONS PER WEEK
30 hours
CLASS SIZE
8 Students
AGE RANGE
18 years+
COURSE LENGTH
2 Weeks
MINIMUM LEVEL
Intermediate
REGISTRATION FEE
Free – Pay
Course Fees Only

Good standard of English is a crucial skill for any professional working in the aviation environment. Our Aviation English Courses are designed for those in the aviation industry who need to improve their professional and general English skills. Our aviation English course students may also include those who want to become pilots, air traffic controllers, cabin crew or would like to work in airport administration and airline customer service. For the maximum effectiveness our aviation English training includes intensive general English classes and aviation English lessons.

Aviation English Courses at Link School consist of two modules:
– Aviation English for Cabin Crew (Module 1)
– Aviation English Refresher Course (Module 2)

AVIATION ENGLISH COURSES – TIMETABLE AND PRICES 2014

AVIATION ENGLISH
COURSES

DAYS

TIMES

DATES

HOURS

PRICE
AFTER
DISCOUNT
DISCOUNT DEADLINE
CABIN CREW
ENGLISH
(Module 1)
EVERY DAY 9.30 -12.30
1.30 – 4.30
1 SEP – 27 SEP 54 £490 21 AUG
AVIATION
ENGLISH
REFRESHER
(Module 2)
EVERY DAY 9.30 – 12.30
1.30 – 4.30
12 MAY – 23 MAY 60 £550
PACKAGE
Modules 1 & 2
114 £979
Individual
Lessons
Flexible 60 min £40

Aviation English for Cabin Crew Courses

Airline employers, passengers and air crew all over the world recognise that flight attendants need to speak fluent English. Many airlines provide job training but expect candidates to have a good level of English when they join the airline. Our Aviation English for Cabin Crew Courses are for people working in the aviation industry and are non-native speakers of English, those preparing for an airline job interview as well as those in the process of flight crew training where the training does not include English language preparation and they need to improve their aviation English skills.

Aviation English for Cabin Crew Course is for:

  • those who want to improve their English language skills to become effective flight attendants
  • those who already work as flight attendants and would like to get more confidence in English in the aviation context
  • people who want to pass an airline interview successfully and get an aviation job such as flight crew, airport service and other
  • those who are training to become cabin crew, pilots, air traffic controllers or other aviation professionals
  • those who want a fun a friendly environment in which to learn and study English

If you fit one or more of the descriptions above then our Aviation English for Cabin Crew Classes will help you become more confident and more competent user of English in the aviation environment.

Results You Can Expect from our Aviation English for Cabin Crew Classes Include:

You will:

  • develop the communication skills (listening and speaking) to perform on board duties in English
  • learn to express yourself freely, quickly, and in the correct manner in the aviation context
  • learn aviation vocabulary
  • be able to manage customer service and passenger requests in English
  • improve pronunciation
  • be prepared for an airline interview
  • acquire aviation English skills for routine and non routine situations
  • learn polite formulas that are useful when communicating with passengers and work colleagues
  • progress towards/beyond ICAO Operational Level 4 descriptor standards

If you’d like to get these benefits and others for yourself, then click the ‘Register Now’ button below.




Aviation English for Cabin Crew Course Content

Topics covered by Aviation English for Cabin Crew Course:

  • real English in on board situations – role play
  • English dialogues in routine flight situations as well as emergency situations
  • aviation English speaking and listening skills
  • aviation English vocabulary
  • speaking practice with emphasis on pronunciation and fluency
  • interview preparation with role play
  • CV writing
  • group discussion role play
  • making on board announcements
  • reading safety instructions
  • in flight customer service
  • on board medical problems
  • complaints and disruptive passengers
  • giving and clarifying instructions
  • giving instructions not to do something
  • repeating information
  • warnings
  • finding out the problem, offering to help, apologizing
  • responding to problems
  • resolving misunderstanding
  • expressing expectation
  • daily briefing formats
  • the pre flight briefing
  • after take off and into the flight
  • preparing for landing
  • meteorology
  • emergency situations
  • polite requests
  • showing how something works
  • offering a choice, money transactions
  • summarizing
  • orders and requests
  • fire – obligation, prohibition and permission
  • expressing time and duration
  • talking about the roles and responsibilities for airline staff (pilots, traffic controllers, flight attendants, check-in clerks, ground staff)
  • describing aircraft, airports, tourist destinations
  • giving directions
  • presenting and describing duty free sales items
  • describing and serving different kinds of food and drink including special dietary requirements
  • passenger announcements
  • reporting unexpected events that can happen during the flight
  • understand pilot’s instructions during emergencies
  • give information to passengers about travel destinations around the world
  • abbreviations
  • general English improvement
 
 

Aviation English Refresher Course for Aviation Professionals

The aim of the Aviation English Refresher Course is to improve your English communication skills in the aviation context. The course syllabus refers to the ICAO language proficiency modules – pronunciation, structure, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension and interaction. This course is designed for people currently working as pilots and air traffic controllers and need to improve or maintain their professional English skills as well as those seeking employment in the aviation industry and want to increase their chances to secure a desired position.

Aviation English Refresher Course is Suitable for:

  • aviation professionals such as pilots and air-traffic controllers
  • those who already work as flight attendants and would like to get more confidence in English in the aviation context
  • those who need English to increase their aviation career job opportunities
  • people working in the aviation industry, who already speak and understand English at a minimum intermediate level, but want to get more English confidence and improve or refresh their aviation English skills
  • those who want a fun a friendly environment in which to learn and study English

Results You Can Expect from our Aviation English Refresher Classes Include:

You will:

  • obtain English speaking fluency and listening skills for routine and unusual ATC situations & aircraft emergencies
  • learn to express yourself freely, quickly, and in the correct manner in the aviation context
  • develop aviation vocabulary
  • improve pronunciation
  • progress towards or beyond ICAO Operational Level 4 standards
  • develop the communication skills to perform various aviation jobs duties in English

If you’d like to get these benefits and others for yourself, then click the ‘Register Now’ button below.

Topics covered by Refresher Aviation English Course:

  • familiarizing with ICAO English proficiency requirements and ICAO band descriptors
  • ATC rules and regulations
  • meteorology
  • navigation
  • maps and charts
  • geography
  • theory of flight
  • aircraft construction
  • airframes and engines
  • avionics
  • mechanics
  • physics
  • electronics
  • instrumentation
  • hydraulics
  • rules of the air
  • abbreviations
  • electrics
  • daily briefing formats
  • rules & regulations
  • flight information publications
  • human performance limitations
  • giving instructions
  • giving and asking for updates
  • landings – describing sensory impressions, 3-D position and movement
  • emergency situations
  • medical emergencies
  • flight control systems/instrument-blackout/safety
  • resolving misunderstanding
  • checking and understanding
  • identifying and responding to problems
  • repeating information
  • warnings
  • expressing expectation
  • summarizing
  • orders and requests
  • fire – obligation, prohibition and permission
  • expressing time and duration
  • pressure – expressing consequences
  • paraphrasing

Link School’s Aviation English courses are enjoyable, effective and useful. The main focus is on communication skills, correct use of grammar and aviation vocabulary, real life dialogues simulations, clear pronunciation and preparation to perform aviation job duties effectively as well as reducing language mistakes to increase safety.