Cabin Crew Diploma
The course aims to introduce you to the fundamental concepts and principles of working as Cabin Crew and the recruitment process.
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About the Course

 The Cabin Crew Diploma Course aims to introduce you to the fundamental concepts and principles of working as Cabin Crew and the recruitment process.

Working as a member of the cabin crew team can be both exciting and challenging. This course is perfect for those looking to embark on their career in the airline industry and will provide you with an introduction to the responsibilities and skills required from the world’s most recognisable airlines. Excellent customer service, your role as a cabin crew member and dealing with unforeseen or emergency situations are just some of the things that you will learn through studying this course.

Who should take this course?

The course is open to persons from all backgrounds looking to become Cabin Crew.  It will enable you to develop the necessary skills to be successful at the recruitment process as well as fully prepare you for when you are accepted by an airline and start your new Cabin Crew career.

Course Content

Our Cabin Crew  Diploma Course is broken down into 4 easy to follow modules: –

Module 1 – The history of the Cabin Crew position, Criteria to become Cabin Crew and why they are required, Terminology and Definitions, Using the 24-hour clock and the Phonetic Alphabet, Weather conditions that affect flying, Currency Conversion when working as Cabin Crew.

Module 2 – The importance of teamwork and communication among Cabin Crew, Personal Presentation of Cabin Crew, Airlines New Entrant Course, An Overview of Normal Cabin Crew Duties, Pre-flight safety briefing of Cabin Crew, The layout of a commercial aircraft.

Module 3 – Aircraft communication systems & Passenger Announcements, The Galley and equipment used, Doors and emergency exits, Types of passengers, Cargo carried within the cabin area, Safety and emergency equipment carried on board.

Module 4 – Emergency procedures whilst working as Cabin Crew, Evacuation procedures, Ditching – Emergency landing on water, Aviation First Aid, Physiology of flight and Going the extra mile and top tips when working as Cabin Crew.

Accreditation

After finishing the course and successful completion of the final assessment you can download a PDF certificate, which is fully endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality. 

Format

As with all of our courses, you log in to your personal training page and then you can access the course directly on your computer. Each course is presented in succinct and easy to follow sections covering the above topics. At the end of each there will be a short test followed by a longer assessment at the end of the course. Complete 21 of the 30 questions correctly and you can download and print your certificate as a PDF.

Duration and Time Limit

 Our Cabin Crew Diploma should take you approximately 6 hours to complete depending on how quickly you progress through the material.

Certificate

 Upon completion of the end of course assessment you can download a PDF certificate endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality.

We only work with the very best

Our training courses are written and managed by hospitality professionals with many years experience in their field. You will be learning from the best and you will come away from your training inspired by mentors who understand your aspirations and requirements.

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Course Modules

  • The history of the Cabin Crew position, Criteria to become Cabin Crew and why they are required, Terminology and Definitions, Using the 24-hour clock and the Phonetic Alphabet, Weather conditions that affect flying, Currency Conversion when working as Cabin Crew.
  • The importance of teamwork and communication among Cabin Crew, Personal Presentation of Cabin Crew, Airlines New Entrant Course, An Overview of Normal Cabin Crew Duties, Pre-flight safety briefing of Cabin Crew, The layout of a commercial aircraft.
  • Aircraft communication systems & Passenger Announcements, The Galley and equipment used, Doors and emergency exits, Types of passengers, Cargo carried within the cabin area, Safety and emergency equipment carried on board.
  • Emergency procedures whilst working as Cabin Crew, Evacuation procedures, Ditching - Emergency landing on water, Aviation First Aid, Physiology of flight and Going the extra mile and top tips when working as Cabin Crew.