Tyrone Bishop Tyrone originally studied to become an Airline Pilot and, after having achieved his multi-engine and instrument rating, was unable to renew his medical. As he has always shown a keen interest in languages and linguistics, he decided to follow a similar career path. He obtained a Cambridge CELTA and went on to do an MA in Applied Linguistics & TESOL from the University of Sunderland and a second MA in Language Testing from Lancaster University. He is currently working on a PhD in Applied Linguistics through Leicester University, researching how native-speaking English pilots and ATCOs can deploy communication accommodation strategies during radio-telephonic interactions with non-native speakers. He has vast experience in the design and delivery of English language courses pursuant to the LPR’s in ICAO’s Document 9835 and circular 323. In addition to this he has extensive experience in the development of language testing systems. He loves the challenge of teaching English to speakers of other languages and loves helping people realise their potential and achieve their goals.