Welcome to bwise2...

Do you work in aviation or aeronautics?

Is reading and communicating in English part of your job?

... if so, you have come to the right page.

 


Our commitment:
Work with the aviation industry to make the English language an effective tool in the professional environment.

Our goal: Assist professionals in performing their tasks more efficiently and safely in English.

 

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Cambridge University Press published Flightpath, Aviation English for pilots and ATCOs in 2011. The course, created with the backing of a panel of leading international aviation experts, consists of:

  • A 192-page Student’s book with 3 audio CDs, 1 DVD
  • A 224-page Teacher’s Book
  • A website www.cambridge.org/elt/flightpath with a downloadable Aviation Glossary, a series of Case Studies, the DVD transcripts and a sample unit

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NEWS

New edition of
English for Aircraft

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Estonian Academy
orders docWise

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Avianca joins the
docWise usersí club

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Users update to
64-bit version

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Rater training
in Vienna

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Advanced technical English
at Le Bourget

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Training packages for
AMTs in Finland

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Flightpath adopted by
Romanian ANSP
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Rater training course and monitoring for Abu Dhabi Men’s College
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MRO language proficiency
in Brazil
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Flightpath used by ATCOs
in Iraq
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Aviation English teacher training for THK University in Turkey
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Recurrent rater training for Jordanís
QUEEN NOOR CIVIL AVIATION
TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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Language proficiency tests for
technicians at French Aircraft
Maintenance Organisation
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A personal view on ICAO Language Proficiency Requirement implementation
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docWise users upgrade to Windows 7 compatible version
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New docWise user
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English
for
Aviation...

Improving communication
skills in Aviation English

Designing
technical language training

Bringing
instructors and learners
together


Creating effective evaluation tools

Developing
e-learning
courseware


Training teachers
and facilitators


Linking language, management,
human factors and
the working
environment



 

 

... wherever English is used as a working tool