The course objective is to provide to the future Flight Attendant with the theoretical and practical knowledge to pass official EASA exams and get the Cabin Crew License. This course is developed according to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) rules and is valid in all EASA countries (see list bellow).
Learn in a pilot school and enjoy a familiar, friendly and personalized environment where our students, their training and initiation to working environment, are our only priority.
DURATION AND SCHEDULE
- Course duración is 3 months (theoretical & practical training)
- Class schedule: 09:00 a 14:00
- Being at least 18 years old before the official exams
- Cabin crew medical certificate (CC)
- Secondary school completed
Theoretical training comprises 240 hours, distributed in the following subjects:
- Basic Aircraft knowledge: Basic aircraft knowledge about airframes, flight instruments, aircraft classification, principles of flight, engines, charts, meteorology and geography.
- Human factors and Crew Resource Management (CRM): The brain, human conduct, the crew as a team, passenger treatment, conflictive passengers, on-board situations, communication techniques…
- Higyne, Aeronautic Medicine & First Aid: Human anatomy, first aid, ill passengers on-board, physiology, risk prevention, special situations on-board…
- Law & rules: Air law, crew licenses, passengers rights, aeronautic contracts, OACI and IATA, aircraft documents, aircraft registration…
- Normal & abnormal operations, emergencias and surviving techniques: Security, cabin crew responsibilities, passenger atention procederes, emergency materials knowledge, surviving techniques, on-board service…
Practical training (75 hours):
- Aviation & Meteorology: Visit to airport facilities, Flyschool airplanes. METAR and TAF decoding exercises.
- Aeronautic medicine: First aid practical traing, on-board and airport medical equipment use
- Emergency and surviving equipment: Emergency exits, emergency equipment (knowledge, location and utilization), ground evacuation (ramp), protocols, etc. Surviving techniques provided by Spanish Army experts.
- Water rescue: Swimming, diving, use of rescue equipment (life jackets, rafts, etc…)
- Fire on board: Practices with real fire, fire-fighting equipment knowledge and use (fire extinguishers, gloves, masks, hoods, PBE…)
- On-board service: Passenger attention, welcome briefing, voces, comprobaciones en cabina, demostración de emergencias, recuento de pasajeros, comunicación entre la tripulación, servicio de comidas, bebidas y venta a bordo…
- CRM: Checklists & flight crew incapacitation
Assesment preparation and job interview protocol included in total price.
Cabin Crew Medical certificate can be issued in Hospital Nuestra Señora del Rosario c/Castelló, 80. Phone number: + 34 91 643 7866 (Dr. Juán José Cantón Romero)
School approved by the Spanish Civil Aviation Authority (EASA).
Countries where EASA cabin crew license holders can work:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom.Quiero concertar una visita