The language proficiency assessment should be designed to reflect a range of tasks undertaken by pilots but with specific focus on language rather than operational procedures. The assessment should determine the applicant’s ability to speak and listen. The assessment may be subdivided into three elements, as follows:
Indirect assessment of grammar, reading and writing is not appropriate
The assessment should determine the language skills of the applicant in the following areas:
Note: the accent or variety of accents used in the test material should be sufficiently intelligible for an international community of users.
The assessment of above mentioned language skills is performed according to Rating scale given in Appendix 2 Part FCL.