TRAINING STRATEGY

There is no perfect model when developing a corporate training strategy to meet the ICAO language proficiency requirements. Any plan will depend on resources, time, financial budgets, numbers of people involved, their present level of English, etc. However, it is clear that any strategy needs to be clearly thought through and be integrated. Each part of the training process needs to complement the other parts. Different people will also require different programmes. A successful training strategy for an airline or ATS provider may include some or all of the components below: Benchmark testing (for example, b-TEA) Part-time courses delivered in the home country (either "in- house" or through partnership with a reputable local training provider) Intensive courses delivered in the home country (either "in- house" or through partnership with a reputable local training provider) Internet based courses (for example, www.climb-level4.com ) Short, intensive courses in the UK Licensing testing (for example, TEA)
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TRAINING STRATEGY There is no perfect model when developing a corporate training strategy to meet the ICAO language proficiency requirements. Any plan will depend on resources, time, financial budgets, numbers of people involved, their present level of English, etc.
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However, it is clear that any strategy needs to be clearly thought through and be integrated. Each part of the training process needs to complement the other parts. Different people will also require different programmes. A successful training strategy for an airline or ATS provider may include some or all of the components below: Benchmark testing (for example, b-TEA) Part-time courses delivered in the home country (either "in- house" or through partnership with a reputable local training provider) Intensive courses delivered in the home country (either "in- house" or through partnership with a reputable local training provider) Internet based courses (for example, www.climb-level4.com ) Short, intensive courses in the UK Licensing testing (for example, TEA)