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How to comply with the requirement “Being able to read, write and understand English”?

Written on:november 20, 2012
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Several Aviation Regulatory Agencies require that (aircraft) maintenance personnel must be able to read, write and understand English related to the procedures of the technical and organizational documentation. But how can you or your organization show compliance with this requirement?

Holland Aviation Consultancy & Engineering has therefore developed an Technical English Knowledge Test E-examination that will test and document your knowledge and understanding of Technical English related contents of Aircraft Maintenance Manuals.

With this test you or your organization can prove to the aviation authorities that your competency in reading, writing and understanding technical English is sufficient. The test score needs to be above 90% and will be documented and reviewed at the end of this exam. The score results can be printed from this course. In order to receive a certificate of completion with score details you need to post the results. At the end of the course you will be provided with instructions on how this needs to be performed.

Visit our Advanced E-training webshop for more information on our newly released E-examination test.

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