All Cabin Crew are required to complete generic Initial Cabin Crew Training. Upon successful completion of this course Cabin Crew receive an Attestation of Initial Cabin Crew training in accordance with EASA Part-CC Cabin Crew - the European legislation regarding requirements for Cabin Crew qualifications. To obtain this qualification you need to attend an approved course that is delivered by an organisation approved by a European National Aviation Authority. There is no other qualification in Europe that gives the assurance of standards and compliance required by operators and the National Aviation Authorities.
Would you like to be cabin crew?
Active Plane Training offers an approved 7-Day Cabin Crew Training Course which is compliant with the requirements of EASA, the National Aviation Authorities of each member state and the individual operators in Europe. This is your personal qualification and will assist you to secure a place with an operator - some operators require cabin crew to be a holder of an Attestation before offering employment. This training, if conducted through our approved training program, gives the student the EASA Part CC Initial Training Attestation that is valid in European Member States and qualifies the student as a cabin crew member. After obtaining this qualification individuals can apply for a job as cabin crew in European Member State countries and the airline will only need give the applicant aircraft type specific training and operator conversion training.
All holders of an attestation must pass a medical before operating as cabin crew.
The course is conducted at various approved locations and we can deliver at other locations subject to the appropriate facilities being available. The course includes practical and theoretical training covering the following subjects:
Course content EASA Part-CC Initial Cabin Crew training
- General theoretical knowledge of aviation and aviation regulations
- Duties and responsibilities of cabin crew
- Introductory course on human factors (HF) and crew resource management (CRM)
- Passenger handling and cabin surveillance
- Aero-medical aspects and first aid
- Dangerous Goods
- Fire and smoke training
- Flight Time Limitations
- Fatigue Risk