Introduction to Cabin Crew

Vocational Level 2

This course is offered to students in this learning area and may form an integral part of your study programme. This course may also be available for students who are studying subjects outside of the learning area, although Geography & Tourism students will have priority if the course is oversubscribed.

This course is for you if...

...you want to find employment as airline cabin crew.

It would also be suitable for anyone wishing to work for an airline in any other capacity or at an airport.

Where can this course lead to?

Students often go on to working with airlines, nationally and internationally. They may be a part of the cabin crew or use their experience in other airport-based work.

What will I study on this course?

All students will study the following units:

  • Working as cabin crew
  • Airline health, safety and security
  • Aircraft emergency situations
  • Dealing with passengers on board an aircraft
  • Cabin service – selling techniques
  • Making passenger announcements on board an aircraft

Extra costs incurred: British Airways training day, approximately £50:  Andark Sea Survival Training £45, at the start of the course.

Extended opportunities and enrichment

Students will have the opportunity at the start of the course to go on a British Airways training day and undertake Sea Survival training.


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