The global aviation training provider BAA Training launches an alternative solution for initial flight attendants’ preparation – Cabin Crew Evening Course. This branch of the cabin crew education does not only expand the range of BAA Training services, but also it is dedicated to working and busy people who seek to save their time. The very first Cabin Crew Evening course starts on the 28th of November and will take place at the company’s training base in Vilnius.
“Throughout the years of operating in cabin crew training, BAA Training has realized that customers’ needs are increasing and adequate solutions are required to meet them. The dynamic pace of life is common among young people so to engage in only one activity is not appropriate anymore. Therefore, Cabin Crew Evening course becomes an opportunity to gain an additional qualification without giving up the other activities”, says Augustė Kriaučiūnaitė, Product Development Manager at BAA Training.
Time needed to obtain Initial Cabin Crew certificate increases from 2 to 6 weeks in this course. All the lessons will be held in the evenings or at weekends. This will enable students to easily manage between the classes and their current daily activity – work or studies. The course content is no different from the ordinary Initial Cabin Crew training.
The candidates wishing to join Cabin Crew Evening Course must meet the specific requirements of the profession. They must be 18 years old or over, able to swim and speak English fluently. Also, good health is important in order to pass a medical check-up to get a Cabin Crew Medical Report.
BAA Training is known as aviation training solution provider working in the field for over 20 years. The training center is able to meet not only Cabin Crew, but also Ab Initio Rotary and Fixed wing pilot training, Type Rating pilot training, Ground Handling and even Drone training needs.