How To Become Flight Crew Cabin Attendant
Cabin crew training program is designed to provide general knowledge about the main professional duties and responsibilities of flight attendant, aviation security, passenger service and practical skills necessary to perform in normal and emergency conditions.
- 18 years age and over;
- Class 2 Medical Certificate;
- Be able to read, write and communicate in one of the ICAO working languages (English, French, Spanish or German);
- Be able to swim.
Note: Airlines may set other requirements (age, marital status, obesity, height, etc.).
Cabin Crew training consists of theory and practical training.
Cabin Crew theory course methods:
- Theory lectures;
- Audio-visual tools;
- Theoretical material.
Cabin Crew training program duration: 9 days.
Practical training facilities:
- Training equipment (fire extinquishing and smoke simulators, water pools, etc.);
- Aircraft emergency equipment (slide, ropes, life jackets, rafts, etc.);
- Aircraft safety equipment (fire extinguishers, oxygen mobile equipment, emergency radio, megaphone, etc.).
Practical training duration: 1 day.
- Available teaching languages: LT, EN, RU.
- Vilnius (Lithuania) or the client's preferred location.
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