Workplace for active, curious, communicative, and self-confident people exists not only on the ground! At least one description you can assign for yourself? Then you are destined to take off into the sky!
The Initial Cabin Crew Training Course is the first and essential step towards the flight attendant career. The training is dedicated to cover all matters concerning specific cabin crew member proficiency requirements and should be followed by the Conversion Training Course for the specific aircraft type.
Excellent customer service to passengers while ensuring their comfort and safety throughout the flight is only a small part of a flight attendant job.
Trips, new people, not yet discovered adventures and places… In which city will we meet tomorrow?
Theoretical and Practical Training (78 hours)
- General Theoretical Knowledge of Aviation & Aviation Regulations, duties and responsibilities of cabin crew
- Passenger Handling
- Fire and Smoke
- Aero Medical Aspects and First Aid
- Human Factors in Aviation & CRM
- Dangerous Goods
- General Security Aspects in Aviation
Time needed to obtain Initial Cabin Crew Training certificate is 10 work days.
Upcoming training dates:
- Age: at least 18 years old;
- High-school diploma;
- Medically fit to pass medical check to get Cabin Crew Medical Report;
- Ability to swim;
- Fluent in English.
I was a student at BAA Training where I acquired a lot of knowledge: from basic theory about the aircrafts to fire fighting and human resuscitation. Currently I am lucky to have an opportunity to apply all the obtained information at BAA Training as long as I started working at a DOT LT company immediately upon doing my training at the academy I feel like a fish in water! With each passing day I am getting more and more experience, therefore, I let myself dream of a job in a bigger company. Once tried – it is hard to stop, that is how aviation overwhelms.
Few years ago I finished Initial Cabin Crew training course provided by BAA Training and now I work as a senior Flight Attendant.
I really liked a cabin crew training course: the instructor was a Greek at that time, the whole course was in English and we got answers to all the questions. All the members of the class passed their exams successfully and we were happy when the lectures were over.
Currently I am working along with the company which rents cabin crews, so I have to travel a lot. But this is the best side of the profession! I managed to visit a lot of countries, meet interesting people and encountered some pleasant surprises. I am glad that the consideration of career opportunities led to BAA Training Initial Cabin Crew training. My decision shot went fairly well!