Cabin Crew Training Institute

WHAT YOU LEARN IN CABIN CREW TRAINING?

The professional scope of cabin crew is quite bright. Keeping in mind the challenging field, all Cabin Crew members have to undergo intense and tough training. It requires a lot of energy and enthusiasm to complete the training. Though tough, it is also fun. As a student, you will get to learn about all the things during your diploma or degree course. Every Travel institute may have a different course content and may vary in terms of the subjects they teach to student, but the basic learning remains the same.

But in spite of the rigors, it is fun too.

The students, as part of the training, learn about restraint training, Safety and Emergency Procedures, customer service, Aviation Medicine, aircraft conversions, etc. Pre-flight checks and Safety demonstration are another learning areas. You will learn about the actual realities of the work by working inside a mock aircraft. Your trainers may ask you to act as passengers and they become the Crew staff through which they will practically teach you how to conduct yourself. The scope of cabin crew is getting better day by day.

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Some institutes’ Cabin Crew Training Entails:

  • Introduction to Aviation Segment
  • In-Flight Services
  • Responsibilities & Roles of Cabin Crew
  • Personality Development
  • First Aid & Emergencies
  • Communication and Soft Skills
  • Voice & Accent
  • Diet &Weight Management
  • Professional Grooming
  • Grievance Handling
  • Additional Practical Training and Exposure
  • Customer Service and Relationship

Some other institutes may offer course content such as Safety Procedures, Safety Equipment, Dangerous Goods, Aviation Security, First Aid, Customer Service, Uniform Standards, Cabin Service, etc.

Job Avenues

You can work for all Domestic and International Airlines plus the Chartered Flights. You can work with airlines such as Air Costa, Jet Airways, Indigo, Vistara, Air Asia, Air India, SpiceJet, Go Air, Air Covento and other Premier Airlines. Swiss Air, Etihad, Qatar, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Lufthansa, British Airways, etc.  You will have a uniform to wear and must look well-groomed. All this is a part of the glamorous life of cabin crew.

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