COURSES FOR AVIATION ENGLISH TEACHERS 

Next course dates:

Monday 20-Aug-2018 - Friday 31-Aug-2018 (Week 1) Monday 17-Sep-2018 - Friday 21-Sep-2018 (Week 2) Monday 24-Sep-2018 - Friday 28-Sep-2018 (Week 1) Monday 12-Nov-2018 - Friday 16-Nov-2018 (Week 2) Monday 19-Nov-2018 - Friday 23-Nov-2018

Who are these courses for?

These courses are designed for English language teachers who are helping pilots / ATCO’s reach Operational Level 4 (and above). Course participants often include both native and non-native English speakers with varying levels of experience in teaching and aviation.

Plain English or Phraseology?

These courses focus on the teaching of “plain English” in an Aviation context, based on key language functions and domains, and NOT the teaching of RT/phraseology or technical terminology Course The format of this course will be changing. For the course running from Monday 20-Aug-2018 to Friday 31-Aug-2018 click here to see the format. For courses beginning in September 2018 and after the format will be as folows: THE COURSE WILL BE DIVIDED INTO 2 DISCRETE WEEKS. STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TO ATTEND EITHER OR BOTH WEEKS FEES:   ENROLMENT: To enrol please click here     
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“TO EFFECTIVELY HELP AVIATION PROFESSIONALS TO REACH ICAO LEVEL 4 OR 5 YOU NEED SKILLED, KNOWLEDGEABLE TEACHERS”
MONDAY An introduction to ICAO Plain Language Requirements and Aviation Language Testing.  The work of pilots & controllers.
TUESDAY What do the LPRs mean in Practice?  Pronunciation / Fluency / Interactions
WEDNESDAY What do the LPRs mean in Practice? Structure / Vocabulary
THURSDAY What do the LPRs mean in Practice?  Comprehension.  Existing course book materials:  review.
FRIDAY Developing course materials. Exploiting online resources.
WEEK 1
Week 1: Aviation English Requirements  A more theoretical week for teachers who are looking to enhance their understanding of Aviation English requirements
MAYFLOWER COLLEGE
MAYFLOWER COLLEGE
MONDAY Recap of Aviation English requirements & Language Proficiency Testing.  Teaching Interaction: Methods and Examples
TUESDAY Teaching Comprehension:  Methods and Examples, exploiting online resources for the classroom
WEDNESDAY Teaching Structure & Vocabulary: Methods and Examples
THURSDAY Teaching Pronunciation & Fluency: Methods and Examples
FRIDAY Whole course design.  Putting together lessons and courses and exploiting existing resources.
WEEK 2
Week 2: Developing Teaching Materials for Aviation English
A more practical week for those who need to develop materials to teach aviation English, or who have less experience as teachers. We will study what the LPRs mean in practice by looking at examples from Mayflower College and other courses, and then developing some materials to take away.
COURSE Host family (includes  breakfast and dinner) Hotel (includes breakfast) Transfers from Heathrow Airport   (National Express coach)  Medical  insurance WEEK 1 £355 £140 from £40 per night from £40 return £16 WEEK 2 £355 £140 from £40 per night from £40 return £16 WEEKS 1 & 2 £594 £280 from £40 per night from £40 return £29 ACCOMMODATION OPTIONAL EXTRAS
COURSES FOR AVIATION ENGLISH TEACHERS  Next course dates: Monday 19-Feb-2018 - Friday 02-Mar-2018 Monday 14-May-2018 - Friday 25-May-2018 Monday 20-Aug-2018 - Friday 31-Aug-2018 Monday 17-Sep-2018 - Friday 28-Sep-2018 Monday 12-Nov-2018 - Friday 23-Nov-2018 Who are these courses for? These courses are designed for English language teachers who are helping pilots / ATCO’s reach Operational Level 4 (and above). Course participants often include both native and non- native English speakers with varying levels of experience in teaching and aviation.
Plain English or Phraseology? These courses focus on the teaching of “plain English” in an Aviation context, based on key language functions and domains, and NOT the teaching of RT/phraseology or technical terminology Course The format of this course will be changing. For the course running from Monday 20-Aug-2018 to Friday 31-Aug-2018 click here to see the format. For courses beginning in September 2018 and after the format will be as folows: THE COURSE WILL BE DIVIDED INTO 2 DISCRETE WEEKS. STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TO ATTEND EITHER OR BOTH WEEKS    
Register Now Register Now How to Pay How to Pay
Mayflower College, UK        Tel. 44-1752-673784     english@maycoll.co.uk       www.maycoll.co.uk
ENROLMENT: To enrol please click here 
MONDAY An introduction to ICAO Plain Language Requirements and Aviation Language Testing.  The work of pilots & controllers.
TUESDAY What do the LPRs mean in Practice?  Pronunciation / Fluency / Interactions
WEDNESDAY What do the LPRs mean in Practice? Structure / Vocabulary
THURSDAY What do the LPRs mean in Practice?  Comprehension.  Existing course book materials:  review.
FRIDAY Developing course materials. Exploiting online resources.
WEEK 1
Week 1: Aviation English Requirements  A more theoretical week for teachers who are looking to enhance their understanding of Aviation English requirements
MAYFLOWER COLLEGE
MAYFLOWER COLLEGE
MONDAY Recap of Aviation English requirements & Language Proficiency Testing.  Teaching Interaction: Methods and Examples
TUESDAY Teaching Comprehension:  Methods and Examples, exploiting online resources for the classroom
WEDNESDAY Teaching Structure & Vocabulary: Methods and Examples
THURSDAY Teaching Pronunciation & Fluency: Methods and Examples
FRIDAY Whole course design.  Putting together lessons and courses and exploiting existing resources.
WEEK 2
Week 2: Developing Teaching Materials for Aviation English
A more practical week for those who need to develop materials to teach aviation English, or who have less experience as teachers. We will study what the LPRs mean in practice by looking at examples from Mayflower College and other courses, and then developing some materials to take away.
FEES