Delivery options: classroom
Traditional classroom instruction allows learners to interact with peers under the guidance of a specialist instructor. Our classroom training courses are led by experienced aviation English instructors, many of whom have a professional background in aviation. Classroom training is best suited to intensive courses with learners studying for a minimum of 3 hours per day.
Classroom training can be delivered at the customer’s facilities or at other locations specified by the customer. Classroom training can also be provided at a range of first class facilities in the South West of England. Pictured (from left to right) are training facilities at Salt Quay House (Plymouth), Flybe Training Academy (Exeter International Airport) and Dartington Hall (Totnes).
Unlike training delivered in-country, immersion in the native-speaking environment leads to rapid and meaningful progress across all skills - reading, writing, listening and speaking - providing invaluable support to and consolidation of the formal language training programme.
When training in the UK, a range of learner accommodation options are available from host family, bed and breakfast and hotel accommodation.
Programme management and reporting
Whether undergoing classroom, virtual classroom or web-based training or assessment, student progress is tracked and monitored throughout all programme phases. Detailed training reports are submitted periodically according to customer requirements and may contain, depending on the nature of the programme, data on attendance, time spent online, e-learning scores, instructor feedback, student feedback and progress test scores. All students receive soft copy certificates of attendance.
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