Cabin Crew initial EASA Training
If you are thinking of taking that step into a new career as cabin crew, let Aviation Academy Luxembourg S.A. take the stress out of the process and help you take charge of your new life. Whatever stage you are at.
- You are just pondering what it is all about?
- Or you've decided it is the life for you but don't know how?
- Or you are really fired up and want the best possible chance of selection by the airlines?
We provide you with truly professional training, delivered by the most experienced and qualified instructors. Our training methods are designed to welcome you into this most exciting industry – training which is friendly, approachable, comprehensive and FUN.
More importantly - what we really want to do is help you develop your whole self, and help you use your personality to become a valued member of a modern airline. At the Aviation Academy Luxembourg S.A. it’s all about you!
Our most popular course is the Cabin Crew Initial EASA Training.
The "Cabin Crew Initial EASA Training" is a real qualification - it has traditionally been provided by the airlines themselves, but is now available at the Aviation Academy Luxembourg S.A., so you can apply to airlines with a real qualification already in place. It gives you the generic safety knowledge which is common to all cabin crew working on European registered aircraft. If you then go on to be successful in obtaining a cabin crew position with an airline, they will add to it with their own company specific practices and also conversion training to a particular aircraft type.
By arriving with your attestation already in place, you remove a huge amount of stress from airline induction & training process, and significantly improve your chances of passing the airlines own training elements. It demonstrates your motivation, proves you can pass CAA exams, and gives you a big head start over the other applicants.
All cabin crew working on an European registered aircraft must possess the qualification of the Cabin Crew Initial EASA Training.
Module 1 - Aviation regulation and passenger handling
Module 2 - Human factors and crew resource management
Module 3 - Safety and emergency procedures
Module 4 - Fire and smoke/survival training
Module 5 - Practical - survival recap/wet drills. Flight time limitations
Module 6 - Aero medical first aid - session 1
Module 7 - Aero medical first aid - session 2
Module 8 - Security and dangerous goods - Swim Test
- Fluent in English, German and French any additional languages are welcome (language test)
- Minimum age of 18 years
- Minimum hight of 165 cm
- Ready to be away from home for about 6 months
- Being able to swim (test)
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