Quick Tips

Need some quick tips to help you improve your Aviation English? In this section of the website we have combined some quick tips to help you achieve success in an ICAO English test.

Aviation English Radio

Aviation English Radio
ICAO English Test Listening Comprehension

Aviation English Asia Ltd provides a number of free resources for you to improve your English in your free time.  In 2017 we launched Aviation English Radio, an online student radio station streaming 24/7 each day of the year.  Since then we have had great feedback from learners all over the world who tune in and listen simultaneously to Aviation English Radio.  

Every time you tune in you will be able to listen to carefully graded audio to help prepare for your ICAO test, learn aviation theory (Basic Aeronautical Knowledge), principles of Air Traffic Control, ICAO English test questions, technical interview questions, hear student experiences and get hints and tips to improve your English proficiency.  

We are sure that if you enrol in a course with Aviation English Asia Ltd and listen to the programmes on Aviation English Radio you will make a rapid improvement in both your knowledge and your English proficiency.

Join Aviation English Asia's worldwide learning community.  You can tune in here - http://aviationenglish.com/aviation-english-radio and don't forget to share to your friends too.

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Aviation English Asia Ltd courses are MATF Reimbursable
Aviation English Asia Ltd courses are MATF Reimbursable

If you are an airline, or airport employee based in Hong Kong - you could benefit from the government's Maritime and Aviation Training Fund, which allows candidates to reimburse 80% of course fees up to a maximum limit of $18,000 HKD.

This means that whatever your role, the fund supports mobility between occupations so you may be eligible for our ICAO Aviation English courses, even if you are not currently in that role.  However the time available for the fund is limited, so don't delay.  It is always better to start training with AEA as soon as possible.  For more details, just call us on +852 81799295 and we can advise you on your eligibility.

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Professionalism in aviation
Professionalism in aviation is more than pass and fail

A high standard of English is a matter of professionalism in airline pilots, yet many candidates applying for an airline's cadet programme neglect English until they fail a test.  The question is, why do so many candidates leave it until the last minute.  

Learning English for aviation is not about pass or fail in a test

English is just a language, like Cantonese, Portuguese and Spanish.  We all have strengths and weaknesses and it's acceptable to have a weakness in using English.  One of the difficulties is that an ICAO test just gives you scores from 1-6 in various categories.  It doesn't tell a candidate much about what they can and can't do.  That's one of the reasons why the Aviation English Organisation developed the AEROSTA Framework as an enhanced proficiency testing system for the aviation community.  

When a learner disregards their scores, and instead focuses on skills they realise they need to develop, they are in turn developing themselves as professionals.  

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Aviation English Asia Ltd courses have a sensible and realistic class length

Aviation English Asia classes have a sensible, and realistic class length that is proven to help learners achieve their goal.  Our classes are designed to be frequent and often, so you get plenty of practice and your level doesn't drop between classes.  Of course, for learners who are at a very high level already this doesn't matter so much, but for most learners in Hong Kong class length is a very important factor. 

Realistically, most learners between ICAO level 3 and ICAO level 5 are not going to benefit much after 2 hours.  We have found that 90-120 minutes is the optimum time for learning efficiency, especially if you have a day job.

Some of our students who are airline pilots actually attend very intensive courses during daytime, studying up to 6 hours per day.  But their needs are different and we frequently change the type of activities so they don't get too tired.

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Hong Kong

Aviation English Asia has been offering part time and full time courses in Hong Kong since 2009.

All courses are available in Hong Kong. Check the schedule above for details.

Vietnam

Aviation English Asia has been offering part time courses in Vietnam since 2014.

All courses are available in Vietnam - typically every 8 weeks, or by special arrangement.

Taiwan

ICAO Aviation English, English for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, Technicians and Mechanics, and English for Flight Attendants are available in Taipei, Tainan and Kaosiung.

Cambodia

Aviation English Asia has been offering part time and full time courses in Cambodia since July 2018

All courses are available in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Check the schedule for details.

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