BRUSSELS, BE, 05/02/2019 – AVIAtest (BE/LAB-011), a Language Assessment Body active in several European countries is delighted to announce that earlier today it has achieved part-ATCO certification from the Belgian Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Service Providers for its assessment method for the demonstration of English language proficiency of Air Traffic Controllers.
It complements the portfolio of services deployed by AVIAtest towards the aviation community since 2015.
Jean-François De Coster, Executive Manager of AVIAtest: “Achieving part-ATCO certification certainly is one of the proudest achievements of the whole team at AVIAtest. I am very grateful to be working with such a professional and friendly crew, and I am determined to bring the benefits of a user-friendly language assessment to as many Air Traffic Controllers as we can. I am convinced that our conclusive experience and success with our pilot assessment constitute a solid stepping stone upon which we can build further to provide the ATM community with the same conviviality and efficiency.”
Whilst the assessment solutions are expected to be commercially available from March 1st, 2019, interested parties are invited to make contact as of now by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AVIAtest, a brand of HF Aviation SNC, is an EASA-approved Language Assessment Body seated in Belgium. Founded in 2014, AVIAtest has designed, produced and delivered ICAO/EASA English language assessments to flight crew members from over 10 countries and in leading flying schools/ATOs across Europe.