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EALTS Preparation - 2 Days

EALTS Preparation - 2 Days


The Centre for English Language Learning at DMU offers aviation personnel for whom English is not their first language the opportunity to take the ICAO approved/internationally recognised EALTS test.


The English for Aviation Language Testing System (EALTS) is a multi-level, English for Aviation language testing system designed to assess the language proficiency of commercial flight crew, recreational pilots and air traffic controllers for ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements compliance.

The EALTS measures and reports proficiency in the skills of speaking and listening across the levels of the ICAO Language Proficiency Rating Scale from Pre-Elementary Level 1 to Expert Level 6.

The EALTS is managed by Language Testing and Assessment Services Ltd. (LTAS). LTAS has been

approved and certificated by UK CAA as complying in all respects with the Test Service Provider

requirements contained in ICAO Doc. 9835 Manual on the implementation of the ICAO Language

Proficiency Requirements.

Additionally, the UK CAA approves and certificates LTAS as complying in full with the JAR-FCL 1.010 requirements (now EASA Part-FCL) relating to the establishment of a Language Assessment Body.

LTAS is empowered by UK CAA and other ICAO Member States to operate in the capacity of assessor of Aviation English Language Proficiency.

Fuller samples of the test components and additional information on all aspects of the EALTS are available through the EALTS website, www.ealts.com, or on request through EALTS Test Centres.


Test Date:

27/28 July 2021

24/25 Aug 2021

28/29 Sept 2021

26/27 Oct 2021

23/24 Nov 2021

25/26 Jan 2022

22/23 Feb 2022

29/30 Mar 2022

26/27 Apr 2022

24/25 May 2022


Day 1: 09.00-10.00 Arrival and registration

Day 1: EALTS preparation 10.00-12.00 and 13.00-15.00

Day 2: EALTS preparation 10.00-11.00

Day 2: Test 13.00-14.00


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