Cabin Crew

1. Course objectives

To provide candidates with knowledge on how to carry out flight cabin safety, customer care and entertainment duties. To provide knowledge on how to assist people in demanding and stressful flight situations as well as help the cockpit crew with cabin administration duties.

2. Course duration

  1. 6 months of classroom work divided into two terms of three months each.
  2. 2 months of field attachment

 

3. Course Content:

  1. Introduction : City codes, Airport codes, Airline Codes
  2. Travel formalities and cabin crew duties
  3. Inflight services standards and procedures (Meal plans)
  4. Customer service
  5. Special passenger categories
  6. First Aid procedures
  7. Geography in travel planning
  8. Air transport essentials
  9. Airport formalities
  10. Aviation communication
  11. Passenger services
  12. Immigration procedures
  13. Customer Care
  14. Etiquette
  15. Flight Emergency procedure
  16. Basic English course
  17. Basic computer course

 

4. Recommended candidates

  1. The course can be taken by those who have no basic training in aviation but have worked in any field in the aviation industry.
  2. Form IV leavers with two credit passes one of which should be English
  3. Form VI leavers with any principal pass.

5. Course Award

  1. A College Certificate
  2. TCAA License on passing the necessary examinations.

 

6. Career prospects

Career opportunities for successful graduates of this course exist in the Airlines and all Aircraft ground landing companies/Agents

 

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