Anglo-Continental School Of English

Test of English for Aviation Personnel

Anglo-Continental School Of English
In Bournemouth

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Important information

Typology Vocational qualification
Location Bournemouth
Class hours 1h
  • Vocational qualification
  • Bournemouth
  • 1h

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Bournemouth (Dorset)
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29-35 Wimborne Road


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Course programme

Anglo-Continental's Test of English for Aviation Personnel is widely used to assess the language competence of pilots and air traffic controllers in accordance with the ICAO Language Proficiency Rating Scale. Aviation personnel and/or their sponsors are then able to determine a training
programme with more confidence.

The TEAP, in line with ICAO's directives, includes a listening and an oral component. It is designed to generate a sample of the candidate's language skills which enables us to rate the candidate's competence in all areas covered by the ICAO descriptors. It is conducted as an interview, and is divided into four parts:

Part 1
This consists of an interview including an introduction to the candidate’s job and the context in which he/she works.
Part 2
This involves a report after listening to a short recording of a non-standard incident. The candidate is then required to talk about this type of incident in general terms.
Part 3
In this part, candidates are asked to report and comment after listening to three recordings - two based on radiotelephony and one in an informal style. Prior to each recording, the candidate is asked to listen for specific details. There is no visual contact between the interlocutor and the candidate during this section of the test.
Part 4
This involves a detailed report after listening to a long informal report of an incident in aviation.

A discussion regarding the more general issues raised by the report follows. The test has a duration of approximately 30 minutes.
The TEAP is recorded for security and moderating purposes and is assessed by at least two raters. A report is issued by our aviation specialists providing each candidate's ICAO level profile, in accordance with the ICAO Language Proficiency Rating Scale. Areas requiring improvement are highlighted. A certificate is awarded to candidates who achieve level 4 or above.

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