Assessor standardization

Remote assessment

Home » Assessor standardization Remote assessment Technical aspects of remote assessment will be covered in your remote assessment induction and in the Remote Assessment Step by Step Guide. The remote assessment is identical in format to the face to face assessment; the only difference is that all three participants – the two assessors and the [...]
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FAQs

Home » Assessor standardization FAQs I am also a teacher. Can I assessment my own students? No, assessors who also work as teachers must not assessment their own students, as there would be an obvious conflict of interest.Flight Instructors should also avoid assessmenting pilots for whom they have conducted aviation training. Somebody has asked me [...]
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Rates of pay for conducting tests

Home » Assessor standardization Rates of pay for conducting tests Our examiners work on an ad hoc, self-employed basis. You are responsible for declaring monies earned and for paying any tax or social security contributions due in your country of residence. We try to be entirely clear and transparent when it comes to matters of [...]
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Using the AEPS computer system

Home » Assessor standardization Using the AEPS computer system Sign-ups and the issuing of certificates are handled automatically through the AEPS website: www.aeps.aero When you start as an assessor, you will be provided with a username and password. This account will allow you to input your marks into the candidate’s file at the end of [...]
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Assessor’s behaviour during the assessment

Home » Assessor standardization Assessor’s behaviour during the assessment During the assessment, assessors should do their best to make candidates feel comfortable. Each assessor is a unique human being, and as such will have their own way of dealing with people. However, we do ask that assessors: Speak clearly and use Standard English during the [...]
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Assessing the Candidate

Home » Assessor standardization Assessing the Candidate Assessors are required to assess candidates based on the ICAO Language Rating Table, as shown in Annex X. There are 6 levels, ranging from 1 (zero proficiency) to 6 (expert proficiency). Only levels 4, 5 and 6 can be added to a pilot’s licence. Any level below 4 [...]
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Guidance on conducting assessments

Home » Assessor standardization Guidance on conducting assessments Before you start the assessment You should always double-check the type of assessment (VFR or IFR) before starting, as well as establishing whether the candidate is a professional or private pilot. Choosing the correct materials The assessment materials are divided into a number of sections: IFR texts [...]
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The assessment itself

Home » Assessor standardization The assessment itself The AEPS English assessment lasts approximately 20 minutes. All assessments are video recorded for quality control and monitoring purposes. There are five parts to the assessment: Presentation (both assessors) The candidate introduces him or herself and speaks briefly about his or her flying experience. Text description (both assessors) [...]
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Becoming an assessor

Home » Assessor standardization Becoming an assessor Each AEPS assessment is conducted by two assessors: an operational assessor and a linguistic assessor. Operational assessors generally come from an aviation background (pilot, controller), while linguistic assessors are generally people from a language background (translators, language teachers, etc.). Requirements to be an assessor Operational assessors must: Have experience [...]
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About AEPS

AEPS is a training and certification center dedicated to the FCL.055 (EASA) et ELP (ICAO) assessments. This unique combination of services allows the candidates to better their odds to pass the assessment and get their English language proficiency certificate.

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