Building on the ICAO LPRs – Communication as a Human Factor

New Perspectives on Aviation English Training and Testing

WHEN: 9 – 11 May, 2018
WHERE: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach, Florida – USA

hosted by

ICAEA will hold its next event, a 2.5 day conference, hosted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at its campus in Daytona Beach, Florida – USA.

This conference will look beyond the ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements (LPRs) to:

  • the effect of language and culture on communication as a human factor,
  • incorporating communication strategies into best practices for training and testing,
  • considerations for future policy developments in language and communication.

Based on the success of ICAEA’s recent events, the 2018 Conference will be extended to 2.5 days, and will include Plenary Presentations, Q&A Panels, interactive Panel Presentations, practical Workshops, more informal Poster Sessions, and networking and social opportunities.

Keynote Speaker

Captain Daniel Maurino
Safety Management Advisor, ICAO Technical Cooperation Bureau

Former Coordinator of ICAO’s Flight Safety and Human Factors Program and responsible for many related publications, Dan Maurino is a leading authority on flight safety, human factors and safety management systems.

His presentation The Role of Communication in Human Factors will open Day 1 of the Conference.

SEE   Dan Maurino’s biography (650 kb)

Arts & Sciences Building, ERAU Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, Florida

Conference Theme

The ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements, in effect since 2008, address speaking and listening requirements for pilot and air traffic controller communications. Although the ICAO LPRs have been implemented globally, their incorporation into effective aviation English testing and training programmes remains a challenge for airlines, air navigation service providers, flight training organisations and licencing authorities.

While the ICAO LPRs specifically relate to language proficiency for air-ground communications between pilots and controllers operating in international contexts, they do not address the wide range of language and communications needs for:

  • English proficiency and inter-cultural communication competence, where language and culture influence the effectiveness of on-board flight crew communications for threat and error management and crew resource management;
  • Inter-cultural communication competence and its role in communication as a human factor for efficient and safe communications between flight crew and ATC;
  • Accommodation skills required by native English speaking personnel when communicating with non-native English speakers;
  • Developing communication strategies to equip personnel to recognise and repair safety-critical communication breakdowns;
  • Reading proficiency among flight crew for comprehension of flight deck Quick Reference Handbooks and flight operating manuals;
  • Reading, speaking, and listening proficiency for trainee pilots and controllers for effective flight or ATC training in English;
  • Reading and writing proficiency required for effective and safe maintenance of aircraft, including comprehension of manuals and writing maintenance logs for communication with flight crew and other airline personnel;
  • Language proficiency for effective communication between dispatchers, flight crew and airline operations personnel.

Join us at this international event where we will look ahead beyond the ICAO LPRs, to consider language as a tool for communication and its role in human factors and safety across a range of aviation professions while continuing to enhance the ongoing testing and training programmes associated with the implementation of the ICAO LPRs.

ERAU Daytona Beach Campus

ERAU Flight Supervisor & Ramp at DAB

Programme & Flyer

Based on the success of ICAEA’s recent events, the 2018 Conference will be extended to 2.5 days, and will include Plenary Presentations, Q&A Panels, interactive Panel Presentations, practical Workshops, more informal Poster Sessions, and networking and social opportunities.

SEE   Provisional Programme (1.1 MB)

SEE   Conference Flyer – ENGLISH (650 kB)

SEE   Conference Flyer – SPANISH (650 kB)

SEE   Conference Flyer – PORTUGUESE (Brazil) (650 kB)

Conference Venue

Name: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach Campus
Address: 600 South Clyde Morris Boulevard
Daytona Beach
Florida, USA 32114
Website: http://daytonabeach.erau.edu/

Suggested Hotel

Name: Sea Breeze Inn – Best Western
Address: 730 North Atlantic Avenue
Daytona Beach
Florida, USA 32118
Telephone: (+1) 386-255-5491
Website: http://bestwesternflorida.com/hotels/best-western-daytona-inn-seabreeze-oceanfront

Special Room Rate

The Best Western Sea Breeze Inn is offering the following special rate to Conference Attendees for ‘2 Queen Bed’ rooms.

USD 89.00 per night + 12.5% tax

The rate includes:

  • breakfast
  • free wifi access
  • resort & parking fees
  • maximum room occupancy = 4 people

Reservation Instructions

If you wish to reserve a room at this special rate, then:

1. go to Best Western Reservations Website

HOTEL WEBSITE

2. confirm Check-in/out Dates & Room Occupancy

  • default check-in date = 8 May, check-out date = 12 May
  • default room occupancy = 1 adult
3. select Room Type

  • 2 Queen Beds: Ocean Front or City View (subject to availability)
4. complete Guest & Billing Information

  • your credit card is used to guarantee your reservation, payment is made on check-in
  • the hotel offers a 72-hour cancellation policy, refer to the hotel’s website for full Terms & Conditions of booking
5. “Make Reservation”

Sea Breeze Inn – Best Western, Daytona Beach

2 Queens Beds Room (Ocean Front), Sea Breeze Inn

Travel Information

For full details including links to suggested Shuttle Services and taxi companies, download the full travel information below.

Arriving by Air

Option 1: Daytona Beach (DAB)

  • 9 flights per day from Atlanta, Charlotte and New York JFK
  • the airport is 8 miles (13km) from the suggested hotel
  • taxi services are available at Arrivals

Option 2: Orlando International (MCO) or Orlando Sandford (SFB)

  • 75 miles (120km) from Daytona Beach
  • To get to Daytona Beach from Orlando, you can rent a car, or reserve a Shuttle Service or taxi in advance

Option 3: Miami (MIA)

  • 275 miles (440km) from Daytona Beach
  • To get to Daytona Beach from Miami, you will need to rent a car.
  • There are no Shuttle Services or taxis between Miami and Daytona Beach.

DOWNLOAD   full transfer information (650 kb)

Other Information

  • Practical Information
  • An Introduction to Daytona Beach and Florida

COMING SOON

Invitation Letter to accompany US Visitor Visa Applications

After completing online Event Registration, follow the link to request an Invitation Letter to accompany your US Visitor Visa application.

Note:

  • Invitation Letters cannot be issued before Attendance Fees are paid.
  • If your US Visitor Visa application is not successful, ICAEA will refund your Attendance Fee.
  • ICAEA and ERAU are not able to provide information or guidance about individual county’s visa requirements.
  • If you are in any doubt about your VWP eligibility and ESTA, or what type of visa you will need to enter the USA, we suggest you contact the US Embassy in your home country.

 

MORE   information about travelling to USA

Information for Exhibitors

ICAEA welcomes enquiries from companies interested in exhibiting at the 2018 Conference.

Exhibitor Fee: USD 1500
Exhibitor Benefits: 1.  Exhibitor Stand in common area during the conference
2.  may promote company’s products/services during breaks in the Conference Programme
3.  two Attendee Registrations included

For further information, contact:

Terence Gerighty
ICAEA Vice-President

events@icaea.aero

ATTENDEES

STANDARD

450 USD per person

from 1 February, 2018

EARLYBIRD

400 USD per person

until 21 February, 2018

STUDENTS*

STANDARD

200 USD per person

* as proof of student status, you will need to upload a copy of your Student ID Card during registration

GROUP RATES

Click here

Registration & Payment

Pay and register now for yourself and/or others

Pay and register now – upload a copy of your Student ID Card*

Request an invoice for your company to pay for yourself and/or others

Registration for invited Speakers and other Guests

* as proof of student status, you will need to upload a copy of your Student ID Card during registration

Building on the ICAO LPRs – Communication as a Human Factor

New Perspectives on Aviation English Training and Testing

WHEN: 9 – 11 May, 2018
WHERE: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach, Florida – USA

hosted by

ICAEA will hold its next event, a 2.5 day conference, hosted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at its campus in Daytona Beach, Florida – USA.

This conference will look beyond the ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements (LPRs) to:

  • incorporating communication strategies into best practices for training and testing,
  • the effect of language and culture on communication as a human factor,
  • considerations for future policy developments in language and communication.

Based on the success of ICAEA’s recent events, the 2018 Conference will be extended to 2.5 days, and will include Plenary Presentations, Q&A Panels, interactive Panel Presentations, practical Workshops, more informal Poster Sessions, and networking and social opportunities.

Keynote Speaker

Captain Daniel Maurino
Safety Management Advisor, ICAO Technical Cooperation Bureau

Former Coordinator of ICAO’s Flight Safety and Human Factors Program and responsible for many related publications, Dan Maurino is a leading authority on flight safety, human factors and safety management systems.

His presentation The Role of Communication in Human Factors will open Day 1 of the Conference.

SEE   Dan Maurino’s biography (650 kb)

Arts & Sciences Building, ERAU Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, Florida

Building on the ICAO LPRs – Communication as a Human Factor

New Perspectives on Aviation English Training and Testing

WHEN: 9 – 11 May, 2018
WHERE: ERAU Daytona Beach Campus
Florida, USA

hosted by

ICAEA will hold its next event, a 2.5 day conference, hosted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at its campus in Daytona Beach, Florida – USA.

This conference will look beyond the ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements (LPRs) to:

  • incorporating communication strategies into best practices for training and testing,
  • the effect of language and culture on communication as a human factor,
  • the language needs of the wider aviation professions.

Based on the success of ICAEA’s recent events, the 2018 Conference will be extended to 2.5 days, and will include Plenary Presentations, Q&A Panels, interactive Panel Presentations, practical Workshops, more informal Poster Sessions, and networking and social opportunities.

Keynote Speaker

Captain Daniel Maurino
Safety Management Advisor, ICAO Technical Cooperation Bureau

Former Coordinator of ICAO’s Flight Safety and Human Factors Program and responsible for many related publications, Dan Maurino is a leading authority on flight safety, human factors and safety management systems.

His presentation The Role of Communication in Human Factors will open Day 1 of the Conference.

SEE   Dan Maurino’s biography (650 kb)

Arts & Sciences Building, ERAU Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, Florida

The ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements, in effect since 2008, address speaking and listening requirements for pilot and air traffic controller communications. Although the ICAO LPRs have been implemented globally, their incorporation into effective aviation English testing and training programmes remains a challenge for airlines, air navigation service providers, flight training organisations and licencing authorities.

While the ICAO LPRs specifically relate to language proficiency for air-ground communications between pilots and controllers operating in international contexts, they do not address the wide range of language and communications needs for:

  • English proficiency and inter-cultural communication competence, where language and culture influence the effectiveness of on-board flight crew communications for threat and error management and crew resource management;
  • Inter-cultural communication competence and its role in communication as a human factor for efficient and safe communications between flight crew and ATC;
  • Accommodation skills required by native English speaking personnel when communicating with non-native English speakers;
  • Developing communication strategies to equip personnel to recognise and repair safety-critical communication breakdowns;
  • Reading proficiency among flight crew for comprehension of flight deck Quick Reference Handbooks and flight operating manuals;
  • Reading, speaking, and listening proficiency for trainee pilots and controllers for effective flight or ATC training in English;
  • Reading and writing proficiency required for effective and safe maintenance of aircraft, including comprehension of manuals and writing maintenance logs for communication with flight crew and other airline personnel;
  • Language proficiency for effective communication between dispatchers, flight crew and airline operations personnel.

Join us at this international event where we will look ahead beyond the ICAO LPRs, to consider language as a tool for communication and its role in human factors and safety across a range of aviation professions while continuing to enhance the ongoing testing and training programmes associated with the implementation of the ICAO LPRs.

Based on the success of ICAEA’s recent events, the 2018 Conference will be extended to 2.5 days, and will include Plenary Presentations, Q&A Panels, interactive Panel Presentations, practical Workshops, more informal Poster Sessions, and networking and social opportunities.

SEE   Draft Programme (1.1 MB)

SEE   Conference Flyer – ENGLISH (650 kB)

SEE   Conference Flyer – SPANISH (650 kB)

SEE   Conference Flyer – PORTUGUESE (Brazil) (650 kB)

Conference Venue

Name: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach Campus
Address: 600 South Clyde Morris Boulevard
Daytona Beach
Florida, USA 32114
Website: http://daytonabeach.erau.edu/

Suggested Hotel

Name: Sea Breeze Inn – Best Western
Address: 730 North Atlantic Avenue

Daytona Beach

Florida, USA 32118

Tel: (+1) 386-255-5491
Website: http://bestwesternflorida.com/hotels/best-western-daytona-inn-seabreeze-oceanfront

Special Room Rate

The Best Western Sea Breeze Inn is offering the following special room rate to Conference Attendees.

USD 89.00 per night + 12.5% tax

The rate includes:

  • breakfast
  • free wifi access
  • resort & parking fees
  • maximum room occupancy = 4 people

Reservation Instructions

If you wish to reserve a room at this special rate, then:

1. go to Best Western Reservations Website

HOTEL WEBSITE

2. confirm Check-in/out Dates & Room Occupancy

  • default check-in date = 8 May, check-out date = 12 May
  • default room occupancy = 1 adult
3. select Room Type

  • 2 Queen Beds: Ocean Front or City View (subject to availability)
4. complete Guest & Billing Information

  • your credit card is used to guarantee your reservation, payment is made on check-in
  • the hotel offers a 72-hour cancellation policy, refer to the hotel’s website for full Terms & Conditions of booking
5. “Make Reservation”

Sea Breeze Inn, Daytona Beach

Oceanfront Suite, Sea Breeze Inn

Arriving by Air

For full details including links to suggested Shuttle Services and taxi companies, download the full travel information below.

Option 1: Daytona Beach (DAB)

  • 9 flights per day from Atlanta, Charlotte and New York JFK
  • the airport is 8 miles (13km) from the suggested hotel
  • taxi services are available at Arrivals

Option 2: Orlando International (MCO) or Orlando Sandford (SFB)

  • 75 miles (120km) from Daytona Beach
  • To get to Daytona Beach from Orlando, you can rent a car, or reserve a Shuttle Service or taxi in advance

Option 3: Miami (MIA)

  • 275 miles (440km) from Daytona Beach
  • To get to Daytona Beach from Miami, you will need to rent a car.
  • There are no Shuttle Services or taxis between Miami and Daytona Beach.

DOWNLOAD   further travel information (650 kb)

Other Information

  • Practical Information
  • An Introduction to Daytona Beach and Florida

COMING SOON

Invitation Letter to accompany US Visitor Visa Applications

After completing online Event Registration, follow the link to request an Invitation Letter to accompany your US Visitor Visa application.

Note:

  • Invitation Letters cannot be issued before Attendance Fees are paid.
  • If your US Visitor Visa application is not successful, ICAEA will refund your Attendance Fee.
  • ICAEA and ERAU are not able to provide information or guidance about individual county’s visa requirements.
  • If you are in any doubt about your VWP eligibility and ESTA, or what type of visa you will need to enter the USA, we suggest you contact the US Embassy in your home country.

 

MORE   information about travelling to USA

Information for Exhibitors

ICAEA welcomes enquiries from companies interested in exhibiting at the 2018 Conference.

Exhibitor Fee: USD 1500
Exhibitor Benefits: 1.  Exhibitor Stand in common area during the conference
2.  may promote company’s products/services during breaks in the Conference Programme
3.  two Attendee Registrations included

For further information, contact:

Terence Gerighty
ICAEA Vice-President

events@icaea.aero

ATTENDEES

STANDARD

450 USD per person

from 1 February, 2018

EARLYBIRD

400 USD per person

until 21 February, 2018

STUDENTS*

STANDARD

200 USD per person

* as proof of student status, you will need to upload a copy of your Student ID Card during registration

GROUP RATES

Click here

Pay and register now for yourself and/or others

Pay and register now – upload a copy of your Student ID Card*

Request an invoice for your company to pay for yourself and/or others

Registration for invited Speakers and other Guests

* as proof of student status, you will need to upload a copy of your Student ID Card during registration

ERAU Daytona Beach Campus

College of Aviation, ERAU Daytona Beach