Cabin Crew Initial TrainingBecome a Qualified Cabin Crew member
Orange Flight Academy’s Cabin Crew Initial Training, is a 20-working day intensive course, approved by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority under EASA rules and requirements.
The training program, hosted on our own premises, is designed to meet the needs of any modern airline giving you a new window of career opportunity.
Approved by Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority
Qualified and highly experienced instructors
If you are over 18 years old, with fluency in English, and fulfilling appropriate medical requirements (PART MED), Orange Flight Academy Cabin Crew Training Organization (CCTO) gives you the opportunity to become a certified cabin crew member, within an airline environment and through a fast, efficient and low-cost program.
18 years old
High School diploma
Qualified Cabin Crew Training Program
Cabin Crew Training program is a 20-working day intensive course, approved by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority under EASA rules and requirements.
Qualified and highly experienced instructors, using the most advanced training methods and equipment in our high-end facilities, will provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills; all that a competent crew member requires.
By the successful completion of the course, Cabin Crew Training Organization (CCTO) provides you with an EASA attestation, which will take off your career in all European airlines. Furthermore, Orange Flight Academy’s Cabin Crew Training Organization (CCTO) will support you in reaching your professional destination, by consulting and updating you with all current job opportunities.
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Theoretical and Practical training course includes:
- General Theoretical Knowledge of Aviation
- Aviation Regulations and role of Competent Authority
- Meteorology and Effects of Surface Contamination
- Operator documents and manuals
- Air Operator Management Systems
- Duties and responsibilities of cabin crew
- Effective Communication and Techniques
- Common language and Terminology
- Briefing, Debriefing, and Allocation of Duties
- Passenger Handling & Cabin Surveillance
- Survival Theoretical and Practical training
- Fire and Smoke Theoretical and Practical Training
- Abnormal and Emergency Procedures Theoretical and Practical
- Safety and Emergency Equipment
- Fatigue Risk Management
- Duty Time Limitations and Rest Requirements
- Aero Medical Aspects and First Aid
- Human Factors in Aviation & CRM
- Dangerous Goods
- General Security Aspects in Aviation
- Customer Care Techniques and Service on board