Cabin Crew – Flight Attendants

The Cabin Crew Training is an initial safety course conducted in accordance with EU-REG No290/2012 requirements aiming to adequately train crew members  for the safe operation of the aircraft and its occupants whilst they acquire the knowledge and skills required to qualify as flight attendants. Upon Completion of the Cabin Crew Training Course the applicant is issued an Attestation of Safety Training Certificate, recognized by all European Airlines.

The European Aviation regulation, states that: “Any Airline shall ensure that each Cabin Crew Member must have successfully completed Initial Training in accordance with EU-REG No 290/2012 and holds an ATTESTATION of Safety Training”. In any Airline Cabin Crew recruitment, the holder of such Attestation has a priority over the other candidates for the flight attendant positions.

Flight attendants are trained to deal with a wide variety of emergencies, specially on First Aid. More frequent situations may include a bleeding nose, illness, small injuries, intoxicated passengers, aggressive and anxiety stricken passengers. Initial Safety Training  training includes rejected take-offs, emergency landings, cardiac and in-flight medical situations, smoke in the cabin, fires, de-pressurization, on-board births and deaths, dangerous goods and spills in the cabin, emergency evacuations, hijackings, water landings, and sea, jungle, Arctic, and desert survival skills.