Aviation English Academy (AEA) regularly conducts research based surveys to members and organisations from within the Aviation community and sector. This ongoing research forms part of our commitment to the ongoing research and standardisation of the teaching and use of Aviation English. The results from these surveys are used by us to assess the following factors:
- issues found by non-native English speakers when applying for and working in aviation jobs;
- issues found by non-native English speakers when using English to communicate in the Aviation work environment;
- the ongoing assessment of the varied teaching methodologies used in the industry;
- the English language requirements placed on both workers and organisations by regulatory authorities.
Aviation English Academy regularly publishes the findings from these surveys on our webpages and also in our professional journals.
This survey is for individuals who are currently working or have previously worked in the commercial Aviation industry. The results of this survey are used to ascertain the English requirements in securing and maintaining a job in the Aviation industry – and how these requirements differ from various countries around the world. All results are anonymous and there are no user identifiable questions asked.
This survey is for representatives of Aviations organisations / businesses to complete. Management or staff from either the HR, Recruiting or Training departments should complete this survey. The results of this survey will be used to gauge the processes used when recruiting and testing new and ongoing employees. All results are anonymous and there are no questions asked that identifies the organisation.
|Flying Schools Survey|
The following survey is for Flying schools that are located in either Australia and New Zealand. The results of this survey are confidential and there are no questions asked that identify you or your flying school.