The program – Cabin Crew Initial Training for Experienced cabin crew members – is designed for people who already are part of Cabin Crew but their previously gained training does not fully comply the requirements of EASA.
Some flight attendants started working before CAA requirements were changed. The quality of the course does not depend on the duration of the course, therefore, a shorter training program has been tailored to meet the latest CAA requirements. CCI Training for experienced cabin crew members will not only cover the same topics as in the usual training course but it will save the student’s time too.
Students will gain a Cabin Crew Initial training certificate.
- Theoretical and Practical Training (43 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
- Training duration:
- Time needed to obtain an Initial Cabin Crew Training certificate is 5 working days.
- Entry requirements:
- Experience of being a cabin crew member;
- Age: 18 years old and over;
- High school diploma;
- Ability to pass a medical examination to get a Cabin Crew Medical Report;
- Ability to swim;
- Fluency in English.