INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ENGLISH ASSOCIATION
DUBROVNIK 2017: WORKSHOP
“The ICAO LPRs – 10 years on: Progress or Pain?”
An exploration of what has and hasn’t worked since the introduction of the ICAO LPRs
Dubrovnik, Croatia – 24th & 25th April, 2017
ICAEA is pleased to announce our first event for 2017, an interactive 2-day workshop, organised in collaboration with Croatia’s ANSP – Croatia Control Ltd.
More than a decade after the ICAO LPRs were announced in 2005, most international pilots and controllers have now been through at least two testing cycles. In this workshop we will review how different approaches to LPR testing have affected:
- language training and the effectiveness of teaching and learning,
- regulators’, airlines’ and ANSPs’ perceptions of English language proficiency and its effect on safety,
- individuals’ attitudes towards the use of English in their jobs,
- the effectiveness of aviation communications.
Based on the success of our 2016 Workshop in the Azores, this event includes Presentations and Workshops led by expert speakers, Q&A Panels for follow-up discussion, and networking and social opportunities.
SUPPORTING THE USE OF ENGLISH FOR AVIATION SAFETY
To raise awareness of the role of English in aviation safety, service quality and industry efficiency.
Organise an annual program of regional forums and practical, interactive workshops.
Established in Europe 1991 as a worldwide, non-partisan, non-profit association.
To promote best practices in ELP training and testing in all sectors of the aviation industry.
Attend industry conferences to provide input on ELP standards and recommended practices.
Managed and overseen by a volunteer Board of industry and language experts.
To provide a non-commercial platform for the sharing of expertise, experience and news.
Support projects that harmonise accepted global standards in ELP training and testing.
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ICAEA Workshop – 2016 – The Azores
co-supported by: APPLA and Azores Airlines
ICAEA 18th Forum – 2015 – Warsaw
supported by: University of Warsaw
ICAEA 17th Forum – 2015 – Istanbul
supported by: Turkish Aviation Academy
ICAEA Workshop – 2014 – Buenos Aires
co-supported by: ANAC and CIPE
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