English for Aviation
Use English to fly to new heights!
English for Aviation is a professionally designed course that offers you the incredible opportunity to be trained individually by a native speaking tutor who has a background in the aviation industry. This course provides you with the vocabulary that you will need for many situations such as ground communication, approaching, taking-off, landing and runway incursions. The ICAO requires that pilots flying overseas routes or air traffic controllers who communicate with foreign pilots maintain a level of English proficiency and this course will help you do just that! If you want to start flying international routes or secure your career as an air traffic controller, enroll today!
Формат:с носителем языка, индивидуально
Цель:для себя, для карьеры
Для кого :взрослые от 25 лет
Уровень английского:Pre-Intermediate A2 и выше
This course, English for Aviation, provides you with a comprehensive look at the fundamentals of aviation. All of the units in this course will develop your vocabulary, comprehension and pronunciation related to the aviation industry. This course covers the communication involved in aviation, ground movements, and communication on the ground, runway incursions, environmental threats, level busts, decision making, approach and landing incidents, handling a technical malfunction, reducing approach, as well as landing risks.
The language and communication in the Aviation unit discusses different types of RT communication situations, managing communication, standard phraseology, readback, omitted or incorrect call signs, types of transmissions, requesting clarification, and various examples of miscommunications.
The Ground Movements unit reviews airport markings and signs, the layouts and areas of airports, ground equipment, turnaround incidents and handling them accordingly, hotspots, requesting confirmation, describing serious situations, giving instructions, resolving problems, detailed taxi instructions, and approval for start-ups and push-backs.
In the Communication on the Ground unit, you will learn about turnarounds, ramp safety, managing a fire emergency, communication errors to pilots, reporting anomalies, managing a departure, coordinating actions, and handling incidents involving engineering, medical personnel, security, and firemen.
Runway Incursions covers how to handle runway confusions, the causes of runway incursions, precursors for incidents, taxiing, operating in conditions of low visibility, distractions, call signs, how to deal with distorted messages, reporting past actions, and conditional clearances.
The unit, Environmental Threats, discusses weather radar, pilot reports, environmental phenomena, icing, volcanic ash clouds, how to handle an irregular condition during flight, how to communicate weather information, how to give accurate descriptions of your flight path, and METAR, TAF, and ATIS.
In the section of Level Busts, you will learn about ATC abbreviations, negotiating level changes, causes of level busts, reasons for breakdowns in communication, how to report incidents, readback and hearback errors, and managing separation as well as level changes.
Decision Making covers the cardinal points of decision making, the effects of stress on making logical decisions, how to manage unusual situations, how to report incidents and actions, language barriers, and expressing feasibility and intention.
The unit, Approach and Landing Incidents, reviews runway excursions, runway friction coefficients, stabilized approaches, hazards you may encounter during approach, the Jeppesen approach chart, go-arounds, describing precautions, and relaying information.
In the Handling a Technical Malfunction unit, you will learn about ATC technical failures, consequences of a technical failure, the different kinds of aircraft system failures, electrical failure during approach, ILS malfunction, and flight crew discussions.
The Reducing Approach and Landing Risks section covers TCAS, visual references, VOR DME procedures, landing hazards, crew as well as team resource management, ATC functions, ALAR, threat and error management, and describing procedures.