Area of Interest

In-Flight Safety & Service Training

Emergency training

 

·         Emergency procedures training prepares both cockpit and cabin crew to handle potential emergency situations, such as emergency landings, forced landings on water (ditching), or fires on board – making certain that even if a worst-case scenario occurs, everything runs smoothly.

·         All standard training programs were approved by the Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (CARC).

·         Theoretical training is backed up by CBT computer-based training programs and videos.

·         Particular emphasis is laid down on drilling emergency procedures in Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer (CEET).

·         Other actual airplane types may also be used.

·         All the relevant rescue equipment is involved in practical drills.

 

Conversion Training

 

·         Aircraft type specific training prepare cabin crew to operate as license crew members on the operators aircrafts    

 

Service Training

 

·         Service training prepares cabin crew to handle and conduct in-flight passengers services in different classes (economy /business and first class)

·         All the relevant service equipment is involved in practical training.

 

Other Training

 

Flight Attendants also required having other training in other areas such as

·         Dangerous Goods,

·         Aviation Security,

·         Aviation Occupational Health and Safety,

·         Train the Trainer Development,

·         Human Factors,

·         Crew Resource Management,

·         Supervisory Skills.