British Military English Course - BMEC SLP 2 and 3 - BMEC

Defence Centre for Languages and Culture
International Engagement
12 weeks - residential

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About this course

These are 12-week stand-alone courses which run in January and September every year. The January course requires an entry level of SLP2 with the aim of enabling students to achieve SLP3. The September course requires an entry level of SLP1 with the aim of enabling students to achieve SLP2.

At present there are no accreditation options available for this English language course.

Application is carried out through IDT(A).

Future course dates are:
  • January and September of each year.
Closing dates are controlled via IDT(A).

What you will learn

The syllabus, taught entirely in English, includes training in listening, speaking, reading and writing, as well as focusing on tasks such as managing or taking part in a meeting, writing reports, giving briefings and presentations and analysing information across a wide range of current affairs topics.

How will this course help my career?

This course develops the English language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing up to the relevant STANAG proficiency level for the course. These courses also provide a platform on which International relationships can be built. The courses attract military personnel from across the globe.

Security and restrictions

Attendees on this course are international military personnel who have been cleared to attend by one of the respective IDTs.

Can I attend this course?

This course is suitable for the following type(s) of applicant.

International military personnel.

How will I learn?

Blended Learning

How will you be assessed?

Students will be assessed on completion of the course using the STANAG language proficiency framework.

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