AVIATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE


Category: Civil Courses Duration: 6 weeks per module.

Objective


Oman Aircraft Control College offers a range of Aviation English courses to enable candidates to develop their English Language speaking and listening skills in order to operate safely in an aviation environment and to meet ICAO operational English Language proficiency requirements. We utilise high quality training materials developed by Oxford University (UK) specifically designed for the aviation industry and we engage highly qualified native English speaking instructors who meet ICAO standards to deliver the programs. We offer three courses to suit entry levels ranging from Elementary to Intermediate. Prospective candidates are required to complete an Oxford Online Placement Test and a speaking interview conducted at our college to determine the most appropriate course for enrolment

3697

Aviation English Language CEFR A2 Elementary

Duration

6 weeks (150 hours)

Prerequisites

  • Students to hold a General Secondary Certificate or equivalent foreign certificate with a pass result of not less than 70%; and
  • Students to demonstrate fluency in English at IELTS Band 2.5 to 3.0, the equivalent thereof or an OOPT placement test score of 20+.

Synopsis

The Aviation English Language CEFR A2 Elementary course is designed for students working in the Aviation industry who need to improve their general English in preparation to meet the ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements.

Objective

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • read a variety of texts appropriate to the aviation industry on aviation related themes
  • participate in face-to-face conversations, routine exchanges and impromptu presentations
  • give brief, informal and formal presentations using PowerPoint
  • express personal opinions, attitudes and ideas on familiar topics, as well as aviation topics
  • make predictions about lesson content
  • have limited control of simple grammatical structures and sentence patterns
  • recognise and use relevant, work-related language
  • recognise and use general vocabulary, memorised phrases and vocabulary related to aviation themes such as aviation jobs, aerodromes, emergencies, safety, events in-flight, meteorology and the flight deck.
  • recognise and comprehend authentic radio exchanges in aviation operations
  • understand the importance of accuracy and good communication skills in the aviation industry
  • be able to use an English-English-Arabic dictionary and understand the phonemic script
  • be able to use the Phonetic alphabet and understand basic phraseology

 

Aviation English Language CEFR B1 Pre-Intermediate

 

Duration

6 weeks (150 hours)

Prerequisites

  • Students to hold a General Secondary Certificate or equivalent foreign certificate with a pass result of not less than 70%; and
  • Students to demonstrate fluency in English at IELTS Band 3.5 to 4.0, the equivalent thereof or successful completion of a CEFR A2 Elementary course with an OOPT placement test score of 30+.

Synopsis

The Aviation English Language CEFR B1 Pre-Intermediate course is designed for students working in the Aviation industry who need to improve their general English in preparation to meet the ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements.

Objective

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • read a variety of texts appropriate to the aviation industry on aviation related themes
  • Initiate and maintain exchanges with reasonable ease on familiar topics in predictable situations
  • give brief, informal and formal presentations using PowerPoint and give impromptu presentations
  • have basic control of grammatical structures and sentence patterns associated with predictable situations.
  • recognise and use general vocabulary, memorised phrases and vocabulary related to aviation themes such as aviation jobs, aerodromes, emergencies, safety, events in-flight, meteorology and the flight deck.
  • recognise and comprehend authentic radio exchanges in aviation operations
  • understand the importance of accuracy and good communication skills in the aviation industry
  • produce and recognise stretches of language with accurate comprehension on common and work related topics
  • be able to use an English-English-Arabic dictionary and understand the phonemic script
  • be able to use the Phonetic alphabet and understand basic phraseology

 

ICAO 291 Aviation English Language

Duration

6 weeks (150 hours)

Prerequisites

  • Students to hold a General Secondary Certificate or equivalent foreign certificate with a pass result of not less than 70%; and
  • Students to demonstrate fluency in English at IELTS Band 4.5 to 5.0, the equivalent thereof or successful completion of a CEFR B1 Pre-Intermediate course with an OOPT placement test score of 40+.

Synopsis

The Aviation English Language course is designed for students working in the Aviation industry who require English language development in order to meet ICAO English Language Proficiency Requirements, including standard phraseology, routine language, listening and speaking skills necessary to achieve minimum ICAO level 4.

Objective

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • read a variety of texts appropriate to the aviation industry on aviation related themes
  • Initiate and maintain exchanges with reasonable ease on familiar topics in predictable situations
  • give brief, informal and formal presentations using PowerPoint and give impromptu presentations
  • control basic grammatical structures and sentence patterns associated with predictable situations.
  • recognise and use general vocabulary, memorised phrases and vocabulary related to aviation themes such as aviation jobs, aerodromes, emergencies, safety, events in-flight, meteorology and the flight deck.
  • recognise and comprehend authentic radio exchanges in aviation operations
  • understand the importance of accuracy and good communication skills in the aviation industry
  • produce and recognise stretches of language with accurate comprehension on common and work related topics
  • be able to use an English-English-Arabic dictionary and understand the phonemic script
  • be able to use the Phonetic alphabet and understand basic phraseology