The Cabin Crew Initial Training Course comprises 11 theoretical subjects and 2 practical training sessions. The training material is based on the required subjects established by EASA Part-CC but Global Aviation SA takes it one step further, focusing on the normal day to day operations and customer service.
The course introduces required skills and knowledge that are essential in order to acquire the EASA attestation. Each module helps develop a wide range of safety oriented skills as well as customer relations and communication skills. Cabin Crew competency is developed through classroom based training as well as practical training by highly experienced personnel having an extensive background in major airlines
Our objective is to assist students in familiarizing themselves with all aspects of Cabin Crew duties and responsibilities. Providing each student with the tools required to successfully perform every task with great diligence and skill. They will be given a clear understanding of what the job entails and how an airline operates. This training course not only provides knowledge but also builds self confidence in order to deal with serious and possibly dangerous situations as a cabin crew member.
- At least 18 years of age
- Sufficient knowledge of English Language
- Valid aero-medical Certificate
- Valid identity card & passport
- Basic essential swimming skills (without the use of a floating device)
Theoretical Training: The theoretical training comprises 11 subjects and includes classroom training, inter-active video training, slide presentation, progress tests and exams. The theoretical training will supply the student with the necessary tools to qualify and work as cabin crew.
Practical Training: The practical training comprises 2 subjects, Fire & Smoke Training and Water Survival Training. Fire and Smoke Training aim is to train participants in the prevention and extinguishing of fire and use of firefighting equipment on board an aircraft. Water Survival Training aim is to train participants the use of the life jacket, the use of the raft and the contents of the survival kit.