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Corporate Cabin Attendant Training

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Overview

Corporate Cabin Attendant Training

Comprehensive Training for Professional Cabin Attendants and Cabin Crew Members
FlightSafety International delivers the in-depth, professional cabin attendant crew member training you’d expect from the world leader in aviation training. Some of the industry’s most experienced instructors lead courses at Learning Centers in Dallas, Texas; Long Beach, California; Paris-Le Bourget, France; Savannah, Georgia; and Teterboro, New Jersey. Initial and recurrent training provide a combination of interactive classroom instruction and hands-on experience, producing crew members who confidently demonstrate proficiency in every aspect of their responsibilities.

Technologically Enhanced Training
Through scenario-based exercises in the classroom and in specialized training devices, cabin crew members acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently manage any situation, routine or emergency. Full-scale corporate cabin trainers – with smoke and audio capabilities – simulate a lifelike cabin environment, providing optimum conditions for integrated safety and service training scenarios. These trainers include FAA-approved emergency exits and other interior features specific to many popular business jets.

Experienced Instructors, Superior Training Technology
Cabin attendants gain valuable firefighting experience in an aircraft-cabin fire trainer, a fuselage-shaped structure designed to place participants in a setting that replicates the confined space of the aircraft and the intense challenges associated with fire and smoke in the cabin. We conduct water landing and sea survival training in a swimming pool, using life vests and rafts similar to those typically installed on corporate jets.

FAA-Approved Training

FlightSafety’s Cabin Safety training programs for aircraft crews are designed for 14 CFR Part 91 operators but are taught at the Part 135 level of responsibility. Modification to meet the requirements of other regulatory authorities or operational parts is available.

  • Aircraft Exits and Systems
  • Applicable Regulations
  • Aviation Orientation and Terminology
  • Aviation Weather
  • Surface Contamination
  • Business Protocol
  • Corporate Cabin Service
  • Crewmember Incapacitation
  • Crew Resource Management
  • Decompression and High-Altitude Physiology
  • Ditching, Evacuation and Firefighting Drills
  • Survival Equipment
  • Ditching/Water Landing
  • Emergency Equipment
  • Firefighting Procedures
  • Hazardous Material Recognition
  • Hijacking and Security
  • Illness and Injury
  • Passenger Safety Briefing
  • Previous Aircraft Accidents/Incidents
  • Routine Crewmember Duties and Procedures
  • Service Procedures and Safe Food Handling
  • Time Conversions
  • Weather Conditions
Cabin Attendant Training Courses

We design our training courses to cultivate cabin-crew skills, productivity and proficiency for both safety and service-related tasks.

Initial – For those new to corporate aviation or who are serving under a specific operational part, this five-day course prepares you to reach your full potential as a trained cabin professional, confidently providing safe and pleasant cabin experiences for the passengers.

Recurrent – An interactive two-day scenario-based review of the curriculum segments explored in initial training, recurrent training validates your current knowledge, strengthens your confidence and exposes you to the latest in protocol and information.

TTT Cabin Systems Training – FlightSafety’s Gulfstream Cabin Systems Training – available for G650, G280 and G450/G550 Elite Cabins – provides maintenance technicians, corporate flight attendants and pilots with in-depth instruction on the features and operation of Gulfstream advanced-technology cabins. Interactive, practical training features FlightSafety developed Desk Top Simulators, aircraft-specific touch-screen Emulators and Gulfstream’s Cabin Control application. In conjunction with Satcom Direct, we provide demonstrations on the Rosen Blu-ray player, the multi-function printer and phone calls using the iPhone handsets*.

G500/G550 Evacuation Crew member Training 
Initial – This requirement can be accomplished as part of a Corporate Cabin Attendant Initial, Recurrent or General Emergency Training Event. To complete your FAA certification requirements, please review your aircraft-specific cabin familiarization DVD and document your review.
Recurrent – This course meets most of the recurrent FAA requirements for the G500/G550 evacuation crew member. To complete your FAA recurrent certification requirements, please review your aircraft specific cabin familiarization DVD and document your review.

The Corporate School of Etiquette’s Culinary Arts Course – The Corporate School of Etiquette’s Culinary Arts Course is a one of a kind hands-on course designed to provide the exemplary culinary skills for successful and unique cabin service. The chef instructor expands your knowledge of knife skills, plate presentation, cooking techniques and new culinary trends and cuisines that provide a superior level of skills to enhance your career in corporate aviation. The Culinary Arts Course can be tailored to meet specific flight department service standards and requirements.

General Emergency Training

General Emergency Training
FlightSafety’s General Emergency Training provides corporate aircraft crew members with the knowledge and procedures to handle emergency situations. General emergency drills instruct crew members and passengers in the actual use of emergency equipment such as window and door exits, fire extinguishers, oxygen equipment, life vests and life rafts. This training is also available onsite at your facility.

eLearning Crew Emergency Training
Learn aviation emergency best practices on your own time and at your own pace. Training focuses on CRM procedures and communication in an emergency situation, procedures to handle different types of emergencies, and the fundamentals of survival during an evacuation. Modules include crew member incapacitation, severe turbulence, security threats, decompression, causes and proper responses to onboard fire, land and water survival techniques and more.

Executive Emergency Training
This customized training course for frequent passengers typically is taught offsite but is available at any FlightSafety Cabin Safety training center. The program can be tailored to your company’s requirements, focusing on your specific aircraft and equipment.

MedAire Managing In-flight Illness, Injury 
Minutes count when illness or injury strikes. In flight, the cabin attendant becomes the emergency first responder. Be prepared to recognize and stabilize nearly any onboard medical incident with initial and recurrent training from MedAire. Training begins with eLearning modules taken at your convenience, followed by training at a FlightSafety Learning Center in Dallas, Long Beach, Paris-Le Bourget, Savannah or Teterboro. Keep your skills sharp and your knowledge up to date with periodic recurrent training – recommended annually.

IS-BAO and Other SMS Programs 
Many FlightSafety training programs help meet Safety Management Systems requirements, including those of IS-BAO (International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations).

Event-Based Convenience 
FlightSafety Cabin Attendant Training can be included under our Event-Based Maintenance Training Program, ensuring maximum planning and budget benefits. Ask your FlightSafety training representative for details.