Cabin Crew

Program Description
Every journey has the first step and the Initial Cabin Crew training is the very first step in seeking the career of a flight attendant. Participants of the Initial Cabin Crew training get the essential knowledge and skills that every flight attendant needs. This course covers such specific matters as passenger handling and safety, including the safety of aircraft equipment and emergency procedures, security aspects in aviation, smoke and fire fighting, also, first aid.   After completing the Initial Cabin Crew training and receiving the license, you can continue training and take the Conversion training for a specific aircraft type.
Enrollment requirements
An applicant for a Cabin Crew shall: Be at least 18 years of age; Good knowledge of English.  
  Program Duration
The duration of the course is 2-3 months.
Program structure
Students need to cover 228 hours in following subjects: GENERAL PHILOSOPHY;AVIATION LEGISLATION ;DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITEIS  of Cabin Crew;PASSENGER HANDLING; SAFETY  PROCEDURES; SURVIVAL; EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT;FIRE AND SMOKE THEORETICAL TRAINING;MEDICAL ASPECTS AND FIRST AID;SOP;AVIATION SECURITY;DANGEROUS GOODS;CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT;CUSTOMER CARE;INFLIGHT FOOD & BEVERAGE(THEORY);INFLIGHT FOOD & BEVERAGE (PRACTICAL AIRCRAFT);GROOMING ;B-737 Aircraft Visit  
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