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Alpha Aviation Academy launches English Language Proficiency

Posted 10 March 2021 · Add Comment

Alpha Aviation Academy UAE, a Middle East pilot training provider, has celebrated its launch of English Language Proficiency (ELP) and extended its cooperation with Aviation Professionals Club in the United Arab Emirates.

 

 

Captain Nadhem AlHamad, general manager, Alpha Aviation Academy UAE, said: “We are happy to extend our celebration with our associates in the aviation industry during such uncertain times, we look forward to providing APC members with their ELP assessments." Image:  Alhpa Aviation Academy

 

They are approved by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) and in line with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)’s implementation standards and requirements. Alpha Aviation Academy is certified to assess candidates on English Language Proficiency tests to attain levels 4, 5, or 6, based on their degree of qualification and competence. Upon the successful completion of the assessments. Alpha grants GCAA-approved English Language Proficiency certificates for pilots and air traffic controllers.  

 

In celebration of such an event, Alpha Aviation Academy offers a special price for ELP assessments for APC members of AED 899 + vat only, while the regular price stands at AED 1290 + vat. This offer remains valid till the 31st of August, 2021.

 

The ELP’s advantages lie in facilitating language difficulties between pilots and ATC by lowering the probability of human errors; complications can cause a miscommunication, resulting in deleterious consequences on overall flight safety. An ELP license will aid pilots in taking the correct decisions in critical situations during the flight.

 

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