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WORKSHOP LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS IMPLEMENTATION. DEFINING PRECISE TRAINING OBJECTIVES. Eleonora Italia Enac Personnel Licensing Director. 3 - 5 March 2010 Rome - Italy. ICAO ANNEX 1 1.2.9.4. Pilots and ATCOs Shall demonstrate

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WORKSHOP

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS IMPLEMENTATION

DEFINING PRECISE TRAINING OBJECTIVES

Eleonora Italia

Enac Personnel Licensing Director

3 - 5 March 2010

Rome - Italy

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ICAO ANNEX 1

1.2.9.4

  • Pilots and ATCOs Shall demonstrate
  • the ability to speakand understand the language
  • used for radiotelephony communications
  • to the level specified in the language proficiencyrequirements in Appendix 1
  • - ICAO ANNEX 1 APPENDIX 1
  • ICAO doc. 9835
  • ICAO Circular 323-AN/185
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OBJECTIVES OF

ICAO LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

  • ENSURE THAT FLIGHT CREW AND ATCOs HAVE SUFFICIENTLANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TO MANAGE ALL THE POTENTIAL COMMUNICATIVE NEEDS RELATED TO PILOTS AND ATCO COMMUNICATIONS,

FROM ROUTINE PHRASEOLOGIES

  • TO ROUTINE COMMUNICATIONS NOT ENCOMPASSED BY PHRASEOLOGIES
  • TO NON ROUTINE SITUATIONS
  • TO OUTRIGHT EMERGENCIES

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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IMPROVE RADIOTELEPHONY COMMUNICATIONS

EFFECTIVE AND SAFE

THROUGH GOOD QUALITY AVIATION-SPECIFIC LANGUAGE TRAINING PROGRAMMES

LANGUAGE PLAYING A PROBLEM-ALLEVIATING AND PROBLEM-AVOIDING ROLE

NOT ONE ATTENTION-DEMANDING OBSTACLE

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ICAO ANNEX 1 APPENDIX 1

1

PROFICIENT SPEAKER

HOLISTIC DESCRIPTORS

ICAO RATING SCALE

2

SPEAK AND UNDERSTAND

RADIOTELEPHONY COMMUNICATIONS

3

As a whole, the scale serves asbenchmarksfor training and testing, and in assisting candidates to attain the ICAO operational level

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1

PROFICIENT SPEAKER

  • COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY
  • COMMUNICATE WITH ACCURACY AND CLARITY
  • USE APPROPRIATE STRATEGIES TO EXCHANGE MESSAGES AND TO RECOGNIZE AND RESOLVE MISUNDERSTANDINGS
  • HANDLE SUCCESSFULLY AND WITH RELATIVE EASE A COMPLICATION OR AN UNESPECTED TURN OF EVENTS
  • USE A DIALECT OR ACCENT INTELLIGIBLE TO THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY
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2

SPEAK AND UNDERSTAND

  • FOCUSED ON SPEAKING, LISTENING AND INTERACTIVE SKILLS
  • COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH
  • INVOLVES MORE THAN MEMORIZING WORDS AND PHRASES
  • FOCUSING ON GRAMMAR IS ALSO NOT VERY EFFECTIVE
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RADIOTELEPHONY COMMUNICATIONS

3

ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE:

TRAINING FOCUSED ON THOSE FEATURES OF THE LANGUAGE WHICH ARE REQUIRED FOR THE TASK AT HAND

AVIATION ENGLISH:

COMPREHENSIVE BUT SPECIALIZED SUBSET OF ENGLISH RELATED TO AVIATION INCLUDING PLAIN LANGUAGE

FLIGHT ATTENDANTS, DISPATCHERS, RAMP AGENTS, …

ICAO PHRASEOLOGY

STANDARDIZED AND TECHNICAL WORDS AND PHRASES

LEARNED AND ASSESSED WITHIN FLIGHT TRAINING COURSES

SUBCATEGORY OF AVIATION ENGLISH. INCLUDES BUT MUST NOT BE LIMITED TO PHRASEOLOGY. ALSO INCLUDES PLAIN LANGUAGE IN AN OPERATIONAL CONTEXT

RADIOTELEPHONY ENGLISH

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DEFINING THE TRAINING OBJECTIVES

ESSENTIAL FOR EFFECTIVE TRAINING

FOR DEFINING THE CONTENT OF THE

COURSE:

PROGRAMME

CURRICULUM

METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH

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IDENTIFYING TRAINEES

⇨FOR BEGINNERS

(GENERAL ENGLISH, PRELIMINARY TO AVIATION ENGLISH)

⇨ TO REACH THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

⇨ TO MAINTAIN THE OPERATIONAL OR EXTENDED LEVEL

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IDENTIFYING

TRAINEES

AB INITIO STUDENTS

PILOTS

ATCOs

PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL

NATIVE SPEAKERS

NON NATIVE SPEAKERS

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PLACEMENT TEST

NON NATIVE SPEAKERS

AB INITIO CADETS

ATC TRAINEES

ACTIVE OPERATIONAL PROFESSIONALS

APP. 1 TO JAR FCL 1.160 AND 1.165

ATPL INTEGRATED COURSE – THE FTO SHALL ENSURE THAT BEFORE BEING ADMITTED TO THE COURSE THE APPLICANT HAS SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE OF MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS AND ENGLISH

AS BENCHMARKS TO ESTABLISH THE TRAINING PROGRAMME

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HOWEVER

PROFESSIONALS WITHIN THE AVIATION COMMUNITY AFFECTED BY ICAO LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS ARE IN THE MIDDLE OF THEIR CAREERS AND FACE RIGID TIME PRESSURES;

THEY NEED TO ATTAIN ICAO OPERATIONAL LEVEL 4 LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.

AS SUCH, THE AVIATION INDUSTRY MERITS THE MOST EFFICIENT LANGUAGE TRAINING AVAILABLE!

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CRITICALITIES

NO NEED TO GET THE APPROVAL FROM THE CAA

18 TRAINING CENTRES SUBMITTED THE TRAINING PROGRAMME (AND TRAINERS QUALIFICATIONS) TO ENAC

APPROVAL

REQUEST OF INTEGRATIONS, MODIFICATIONS

APPROVAL

WHAT ABOUT THOSE WHO DON’T SUBMIT THE PROGRAMME TO THE AUTHORITY?