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Cabin Crew Initial Course ( Abinitio)

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This course can be taken at any time.



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Course Location:

Main Location (Boksburg)

Course Description:

General Aviation Phraseology & Definitions- This section provides information pertaining to record of revisions, Cabin Crew requirements, roles & responsibilities, phonetic alphabet, a glossary of abbreviations and an introduction to the terminology used in Airline industry...

Safety Policy

Crewmembers will have an understanding of the policies and procedures in place to ensure smooth and safe operations. This section deals with any emergency situations covering both land and water emergency landings

Dangerous Goods
This section outlines the entire Dangerous Goods procedures from Shippers responsibility through Freight Agent and Handling Agent to the airline and their responsibilities to their aircrew Security
This includes all procedures relating to crewmembers, passengers and aircraft security including bomb threats, air rage and hijacking Ditching & Survival
Required as part of initial and re-qualification training, and then must be completed every 3 years. Raft Management which includes survival at sea. A physical raft is taken to the pool and candidates are instructed to jump into the water and swim to the raft and get in. Survival techniques are discussed. Clothing similar to uniform worn on duty must be worn for this practical exercise. Trainees will be required to jump into the water and move from one end of the pool to the other without their feet touching the ground. They can use a life jacket or a flotation device, and must be able to assist someone else in the water. This is a CAA requirement Aircraft Type Specific
This section applies to the identification and description of the different features of the specific aircraft that you will receive your rating on, and how to use its systems effectively Crew Resource Management
“CRM can be defined as a management system which makes optimum use of all available resources - equipment, procedures and people - to promote safety and enhance the efficiency of flight operations." Fire Fighting
A fire on board an aircraft is one of the most frightening things to deal with and if not extinguished could lead to the loss of lives and the aircraft. This module covers the types of fires and how to extinguish them effectively using the resources available to you on the aircraft. There are both theoretical and practical components to this section Aviation Medicine
What would you do if a 45 year old male passenger were to tell you that he feels as if he has indigestion and yet he is clammy to touch and his left arm has "pins and needles"? This module covers every medical emergency that you could have to deal with on board an aircraft covering diabetes, heart attack, stroke, child birth etc. There are both theoretical and practical components to this section Slide/Jump
This is the physical evacuation from an aircraft including the practical drill of jumping out the exit and down an inflated slide

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