Welcome to our Cabin Crew Training information page
A career as a cabin crew offers the opportunity to travel both locally and internationally, and to meet a wide variety of people. It can be glamorous, but also involves hard work and long hours.
When we use the term flight attendant, we also include cabin crew, air hostess, stewardess, and cabin attendant. They are the same thing.
Competition for a cabin crew position is strong, and apart from the basic requirements, it may be a good idea to prepare yourself by attending a training course. So if you are looking for a career as cabin crew in the high-flying airline industry, then training at an aviation school may be your answer.
A typical cabin crew training school facility offers anyone the skills, knowledge, and opportunity to become a professional cabin crew member on any one of the major South African airlines. A cabin crew training centre approved and certified by the South African Civil Authority, will offer future cabin crew members the best, and most appropriate training available.
The training course
The cabin crew licencing training program is a five to six week long course that covers all the fundamental aspects required to provide the candidate with the skills and knowledge to perform flight attendant or cabin crew duties. Subjects covered by the cabin crew trainees include a medical examination, fire fighting course, evacuation procedures, safety & emergency procedures training, security and ditching procedures.
The criteria for becoming a cabin crew or air hostess include:
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