Aviation & General English Language Proficiency Tests
CASA Approved

There are two types of Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Aviation English Language Proficiency standards for UAV Pilots, Ground Support Staff, Aerodrome Reporting and Works Safety Officers, Flight Crew and Student Pilots. It’s important to note that each standard is different and cannot be substituted for meeting another.

Language Proficiency Standard for Operational Flight Crew (A-ELP) up-to professional level 6

The International Civil Aviation Organisation has directed to assess and certify that all operational flight crew and air traffic controllers are competent in radiotelephony communications as well as proficient in the language used in aviation including ICAO approved phraseologies. The ICAO language standard came into effect in 2008. The aviation language used in Australia is aviation English, which is also the standard international aviation language. Flight crew must meet the standard to be issued with an operational licence, including a private pilot licence (PPL), commercial pilot licence (CPL), air transport pilot licence (ATPL) and flight engineer licence (FEL).

Delivery: Face-to-Face
Duration: 1.5 hours
Fee: $175

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Language Proficiency Standard (General English Language Proficiency)

There is an Australian standard on general, or everyday english language proficiency for UAV Pilots, Ground Support Staff, Aerodrome Reporting and Works Safety Officers and Student Pilots doing their flying training or operating within an Australian airspace. A student pilot must meet the standard to be issued with a student pilot licence (SPL). Delivery: Face-to-Face

Duration: 1.5 hours
Fee: $175

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