What is Aviation English ?

this course prepares aviation English testing students with online or onsite instructor-led training using our International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) testing and training solution. Those who do not meet the ICAO Level 4 requirement  ICAO Level 4 requirement will be required to complete training.

CAFS Pilots

ICAO Level 4..

International Civil Aviation Organization had started last march of 2008 in standardizing the use of English language as part of the Aviation rules and regulation among pilot and flight attendants. The new air traffic control aviation law was imposed to all members of ICAO each student will have to pass the Aviation English Training program evaluation scheme where individuals current level of English language proficiency will be tested and be measured through vocabulary and pronunciation efficiency level test. The test will have its emphasis on listening, speaking and reading based from the literacy training.

The training program is on 1:1 if possible, of if the situation requires it. Aviation English Language program includes subjects on Flight safety, meteorology navigation aviation physiology and other important aviation topics. Communication between Air Traffic Controllers and the pilots is an important area of concern for and because of this necessity; listening and speaking exercises are to be conducted. All trainees will pass these experiences, to hear different pronunciations and intonations.The Aviation English Language Course is designed to prepare individuals for the English language requirement of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Trainees will obtain the necessary skill requirements in order to meet the specific standards set by ICAO for aeronautical radiotelephony.

To be understood and to understand-

Because Aviation safety matter.

aviation english

Optional Program

It is optional program with separate payment not included in the Pilot Program. This is mainly made for students who doesn’t speak english or couldn’t pass English Language Proficiency in CAAP.

Open Schedule

Aviation English Program Schedule is fairly open with a minimum number of students required. You may contact the Director of Admission and Service for your schedule.

CAFS Pilots


The basic course is schedule to complete in 2 weeks and the advance course in 4 weeks. The training includes speech, writing, and interactive communication. Laboratory in an actual scenario is incorporated to enhance the skills and training experience of the trainees.
  1. Low Beginner Level dialog that does not use gestures as a step for it is impossible for the degree in English low and a simple greeting is enough to have a start.
  2. Beginner Level the sentence constructions is grammatically incorrect, but can be understood by teachers. Representation of subjects is the prominent description of this level.
  1. High Beginner Level the grammar, vocabulary are substantial and as basis for the teachers, conversation for understanding is the difficulty level.
  2. Low Intermediate Level can understand the slow pace of the conversation and express their thoughts may be limited.
  1. Intermediate Level, but some degree of hearing and equipped with communication skills in everyday life, without great difficulty to talk about is the level.
  2. High Intermediate Level as a very high level discussions and seminars such as the degree to which participation is the ability of the level.Advanced Level in the Philippines near the level of teachers is a high level.
  3. Grammatically incorrect sentences are rarely written in the field of technical-level discussions and dialogue as a possible pronunciation, vocabulary, few side effects, such as complementary parts, the level of near-native speakers can speak English.

Our Education will achieve pedagogical quality by:

  • Attracting and retaining diverse, exceptional and highly qualified faculty, staff  and students
  • Developing quality curriculum different from the usual ESL program. i.e. newspaper writing, stage play production, volunteer work through the  Sponsorship of Reading Association
  • Infusing the curriculum and unit activities with international and intercultural perspectives