AIRSPEAK course is designed for pilots and air traffic controllers. It systematically develops operational language skills in the field of radiotelephone communication and phraseology in routine and non-routine situations.
The basic purpose of the training is to teach ROUTINE PHRASEOLOGY for IFR flights, but it also serves as the preparation course for the ICAO examination Level 4 beacuse it contains vocabulary used in unpredictable situations.

Structure of the course:

The course consists of the following modules, where a recommended time schedule per module is 12 hours (45 min.)

1. Pre-fligh to line-up
2. Take-off to top of climb
3. Cruise to descent
4. Approach to parking
5. Final review

Each module is divided into training of routine phraseology, non-routine phraseology and general English, while the usual sequence of events in a given phase of flight is being followed.
The course uses additional materials for vocabulary, including authentic recordings. The recordings are designed for routine phraseology, non-routine situation, flight simulation with made-up situation and etc.

Input language education required:

The minimum level of language skills of course participants is Intermediate (A2 by CEF), which means in practice that the participant can use basic tenses, forms of questions, negatives and is able to communicate using short and simple sentence structures.
He should also know the international alphabet (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, etc.) and system of numerals used in aviation. Of course, there is a basic knowledge of flight procedures.