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Dream Flyers

Passenger Cabin Crew Members

(Flight Attendants)

 

A cabin crew member is a very important player in an airline. For one thing, he or she is responsible for ensuring the safety of the passengers and at the same time embodies the image of the company in the eyes of its customers.

This job offers you the chance to pursue an exciting career, while discovering other cultures and travelling around the world.

You will obtain an official degree issued by the Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA) that will allow you to work in any airline in the world.

PREREQUISITES:
  • No previous experience needed.
  • Being 18 or older (at the time of the evaluation)
  • Knowing how to swim.
  • Having good command of the English language.
  • Pass the Class 2 aviation medical exam.
  • A well-groomed appearance.
  • Recommended minimum height: 5’2″ for women and 5’6″ for men.
LENGTH:
  • The course lasts approximately 3 months.
THEORY INSTRUCTION:

The course is made up of the 9 compulsory subjects included below and 2 elective subjects that may vary depending on the course:

  • General aviation theoretical knowledge.
  • Aeronautical regulations and institutions relevant to cabin crew members.
  • General safety issues in aviation.
  • Training in smoke and fire suppression.
  • Survival
  • Introductory course to human factors in aeronautics and crew resource management.
  • Passenger assistance and cabin monitoring.
  • Aviation medicine and first aid considerations.
  • Dangerous Goods.
  • Electives will be announced at the beginning of the course.
PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION:

The experiential instruction provided in the course includes the training necessary to adapt to any situation that a cabin crew member may encounter in the work environment.

The students will practice in the Convair Coronado, the best Passenger Cabin Crew Member simulator in Europe.

  • Regular and emergency procedures.
  • Turbulence.
  • Depressurization on board.
  • Emergency descent and landing.
  • Use of emergency equipment.
  • Fire and smoke in the cabin.
  • Fire suppression.
  • Aircraft evacuation.
  • Use of vests, rafts, and beacons.
  • Water rescue practices.
  • First aid.
QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH THE COURSE:

Passenger Cabin Crew Certificate (Flight Attendant) 

Training center approved by AESA

under EASA standard

E-ATO-219

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    CONTACT

    Contact us if you wish to learn more about our motivations, story and our unique culture and
    particular vision on learning to be an aviation professional. We will be glad to set up a meeting with
    one of our team members to share with you how our Dream can be also yours.

    Address: Raimon Casellas 143,

    08205 Sabadell, Barcelona

    Spain

    Telf: +34 934 475 462

    Email: info@dflyers.com