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Cabin Crew Preparation Course 1






Short Course Department

03 9269 8615

Course Outline

  • Topics include:
  • A day in the life of cabin crew
  • Types of aircraft
  • Aviation terminology
  • Third day of the course is a field trip
  • Regulatory authorities
  • Theory of flight
  • Aircraft familiarisation
  • Aircraft exits and features
  • Aircraft communications
  • On-board safety equipment
  • Standard and non-standard procedures
  • Safety & Emergency procedures
  • Airport and tarmac procedures
  • Day 3 is a field trip

Course Outcomes

  • Participants will:-
  • Develop a comprehensive understating of the roles and responsibilities of cabin crew
  • Learn skills and knowledge in aviation safety, emergency procedures and core topics taught by each airline
  • Understand aviation terminology, aircraft features, standard and non-standard operating procedures
  • Be provided with the key knowledge areas airlines expect cabin crew to learn and pass examinations
  • Gain knowledge to apply for and achieve an initial airline interview
  • When participants obtain a career with an airline participants will be prepared for crew training which will minimise the workload and assist them in achieving greater results

Suitable For

  • Participants interested in learning about the roles and responsibilities of cabin crew
  • Participants interested in being prepared with knowledge when they attend an airline interview
  • Participants wanting knowledge of aviation course topics to assist them in initial training school once they obtain a career with an airline



No concession or government funding applies

Payment Options:

  • Cash - paid in person at any campus or a Skills and Jobs Centre
  • Credit Card
  • Invoice - paid by the company or job agencies
  • Assessment Methods

    No formal assessment


    Pen and Paper

    Workplace Training

    Consultancy - Training can be offered on-site or off-site