Are you interested in a career in Aviation?

Or are you in the Aviation industry and want to improve your level of English to further your career prospects? If so, this course could be for you. The three-week Aviation English course has been designed to improve your English language skills and Aviation knowledge using a blend of realistic and accurate aircraft/airport information.  You will take part in pair and group work to develop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.

There is also a group project to investigate and complete along the way, ending up with a presentation to the class. Come and join us for the start of your journey into the wonderful world of aviation.​


A General and Aviation English Language course consisting of five days of lessons per week in our Dublin academy. The course includes a project to be presented on the final day of class.​​


The learning outcomes are closely linked to the ‘can do’ descriptors of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).

Entry Requirements

Learners should have a minimum of an A2 level on the CEFR.

Course details

By the end of this module students will be able to: 

✓ Use and understand the ICAO alphabet, phraseology, and imperatives

✓ Identify detail in Radiotelephony dialogues

✓ Detail parts of an aircraft and of an airfield

✓ Anticipate problems that airfields encounter with animals

✓ Identify some in-flight emergencies and how to deal with them

✓ Listen for gist and analysis to miscommunication incidents

By the end of this module students will be able to:  

✓ Describe and identify types of clouds and their formation

✓ Identify and discuss the principles of flight (forces on a plane, stall, aspect ratio)

✓ Distinguish and discuss aircraft operational terminology

✓ Recognize and discuss terminology relating to airframes (Stresses)

✓ Discuss the phases of a flight

✓ Describe and discuss the aircraft primary and secondary controls

✓ Recognize parts of and discuss the operation of piston engines

✓ Identify the hazard to flying from extreme weather conditions

✓ Discuss the chain of events leading up to and including an aircraft accident

✓ Interpret incidents and compile technical reports

By the end of this module students will be able to: 

✓ Identify and understand the basic aircraft instruments

✓ Understand the actions needed during a technical malfunction

✓ Describe pictures using different adjectives

✓ Understand and discuss events leading up to an aircraft incident

✓ Identify parts of and understand the workings of helicopters and Autogyros

✓ Identify parts and discuss the operation of a gas turbine engine

✓ Understand the needs of pre-flighting an aircraft prior to flying

✓ Identify design criteria of different aircraft

This course includes  75 hours
 Digital Material
 Live Streaming Course  Face-to-Face on request  Abroad on request  Certificate of Completion
  Full-time                      3 weeks

  Monday to Friday
  09h30 am – 04h45 pm

  Part-time                    6 weeks

  Monday to Friday
  09h30 am – 12h15 pm
  02h00 pm – 04h45 pm


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