Radio Telephony Triple CD Learning Package
|The 'Airspeak Radio Telephony Triple CD Learning Package'
||2 x Audio Learning CDs - fully indexed
||1 x Data CD-ROM with Radio Telephony documents - fully indexed
||Makes learning Radio Telephony Procedures much easier
||Easy passive learning at home, in car or classroom
||Used by flying training establishments worldwide
||Assumes no pre-knowledge of English Radio Telephony
||Ideal for students and revision for qualified pilots
||Can be used in conjuntion with Radio Telephony textbooks
||Suitable for students and pilots of all nationalities
||Listen to a short example track on the audio player below.
This 'Airspeak Audio Radio Telephony Triple CD Learning Package' is highly popular amongst students and pilots for the passive learning of Radio Telephony procedures.
They can be played in the car, home, or in a classroom environment for learning at your own pace.
The recordings (on 2 CDs) assume no pre-knowledge and encompass all normal and emergency procedures for both reception and transmission of Radio Telephony for student, private and commercial pilots and make learning English Radio Telephony procedures much easier.
A further CD-ROM containing PDFs and document files for visual reading on a computer contains all the relevant Civil Aviation Authority Documents pertaining to the Radio Telephony Licence including the 'CAP 413' publication upon which the RT exam is based, CAP774 (ATSOCAS), the CAA publication 'Safety Sense' for Radio Telephony, SRG1171 the Radio Telephony Syllabus, Emergency Phraseology, Transponder Phraseology, Transmitting Technique, Safety Communications and other useful information
They are essential easy listening and learning for student pilots, excellent revision for the experienced pilot and will be of assistance to foreign pilots in taking or converting to a European radio telephony or pilot's licence.
This 'Airspeak Audio Radio Telephony Triple CD Learning Package' brings learning Radio Telephony 'to life' and makes much easier understanding of the 'CAP 413 Radio Telephony Manual' (upon which the Radio Telephony exam is based).
In use with flying training establishments throughout the world.
Audio Radio Telephony CD1 Contains:
3. Priority of Calls
4. Operating Procedures
5. Transmission of Letters
6. Transmission of Numbers
7. Standard Words and Phrases
8. Messages Including Numbers
9. Transmission of Time
10. Callsigns for Aeronautical Stations
11. Callsigns for Aircraft
12. Continuation of Communication
13. Transfer of Communication
14. Clearances and Readback
15. Communication Failure
16. Radio Check and Readability
17. General Phraseology
18. Position Reporting
19. Flight Plans
20. "Pass Your Message"
21. Aerodrome Phraseology
22. Aerodrome, Circuit
23. Aerodrome, Final Approach and Landing
24. Aerodrome, Go-Around
25. Aerodrome, after Landing
26. Radar Phraseology
27. Radar, SRA
28. Radar, PAR
29. Radar, En-Route
Audio Radio Telephony CD2 Contains:
1. VFR Arrival
2. Special VFR
4. VDF Letdown
5. Non Precision Approaches
8. RAS (Deconfliction Service), RIS (Traffic Service)
9. Flight in Controlled Airspace
11. Relayed Emergencies
12. Aerodrome Information
15. Flt Handling, Wake Turbulence
17. Flight Regulation, Flight Safety Messages
18. VFR Flight 1, Start - Take-Off
19. VFR Flight 2, Climb - En-Route
20. VFR Flight 3, LARS
21. VFR Flight 4, MATZ
22. VFR Flight 5, Join and Land
23. IFR Flight 1, Start - Take-Off
24. IFR Flight 2, Climb - En-Route
25. IFR Flight 3, En-Route - Arrival
26. IFR Flight 4, Arrival - Approach
27. IFR Flight 5, Approach and Landing
29. Questions and Answers
Listen to a short example track on the audio player below. (You will require the up to date Flash Player).