Embry-Riddle Language Institute (ERLI)
In today's global economy, knowing English is a vital requirement for success in the aviation and aerospace industries. Computer training and preparation for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) are offered, as well as Aviation English and cultural courses. ERLI designs and administers specialized English language training programs for pilots, air traffic controllers and other aviation professionals. Clients have included Air China, the Civil Aviation Administration of China, Delta Airlines, Federal Express, Flight Safety International, Korean Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines and United Airlines. Our intensive language classes can prepare you for success in English in a short period of time. Let ERLI open doors to a successful international career. Visit the ERLI website for more information.
Certificate of Management in Aviation Safety (CASE)
The Office of Professional Programs at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University offers stellar educational opportunities for professionals and organizations in the aviation/aerospace industry. Embry-Riddle’s Center for Aerospace Safety / Security Education (CASE) courses include Accident Investigation and Management, Aviation Safety Program Management and OSHA/Aviation Ground Safety for Managers. Completion of these three courses results in the Certificate of Management in Aviation Safety, which combines the latest in safety, security, human error and accident investigation topics, in a professional and dynamic classroom environment at our Embry-Riddle Campuses.
Professional Programs offers flexibility to you and your organization’s needs and can create customized education and training programs in a variety of aviation, safety and security subjects. Please visit Professional Programs for course descriptions, schedules and contact information.
McNair Scholars Program
The McNair Scholars Program is an academic enrichment program that prepares selected undergraduate students for successful graduate studies, through involvement in research and other scholarly activities. Named after the fallen Challenger Space Shuttle astronaut, Dr. Ronald McNair, the McNair Scholars Program was established at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Daytona Beach campus in 2007. There are currently more than 185 McNair Scholar programs at universities and colleges throughout the country. Visit the McNair Scholars Program for more information.