The Intensive English Language Course – Level II is designed and developed to meet the needs NATO, PfP, EU and MD countries military and civilian staff will face as part of their participation in international missions, drills, qualification and military courses in an English-speaking environment.
Developing and improving trainees’ productive and receptive skills in the English language.
Upon completion of training, trainees should be able to:
- understand information from different media;
- take part as listeners and produce not very complicated presentations, in briefings and at conferences both on familiar and unfamiliar subject matter;
- demonstrate comprehension of simple abstract concepts while discussing a range of topics;
- read and comprehend military publications – short articles, press excerpts on social, political and military topics;
- acquire vocabulary on general topics pertaining to the daily routine, the social, political, economic and cultural life, the structure, aims and equipment of the Armed Forces and peace-keeping operations;
- read and comprehend military publications;
- write formal and informal letters, reports and presentations on topics;
- write personal and routine workplace correspondence.
STANAG 6001 Test 1 1 1 1 / ALCPT scores of at least 60.
There is no security clearance requirement for course attendance.
Civilians, privates, NCO and Commissioned officers from NATO, EU, PfP and MD countries.
Total duration of course 16 weeks (480 hours – 6 hours of instruction per day, 5 days a week).
Not more than 12 trainees in a classroom.