Do you want to be able to travel? To work whilst you travel? Why not consider becoming a flight attendant!

The Cabin Crew course is a course that was created by leading airlines such as Emirates for the preparation and training of prospective employees. To set you apart from those with no previous experience or study, the Cabin Crew course will prepare you in areas you least expect and help you make the best impression you can in the interview process!

Applying to be a flight attendant is not the same method as what you might do for other jobs. With many areas to consider such as geography, airport codes, working with minors and handling dangerous goods, the Cabin Crew course helps you understand what it is you will be expected to know once you become a flight attendant.

Ultimately the course was created to give you a unique competitive advantage over other job seekers in this extremely desirable but ultra-competitive industry.

 Do you qualify for the course?

Below we have detailed the most common minimum requirements that airlines specify for new cabin crew employees:


  •  Age 18 +
  • Ability to swim.
  • Good eyesight.
  • Well groomed.
  • The right to live and work in the country in which the airline is based.
  • Effectively work as part of a team.
  • Ability to communicate well.
  • Friendly personality.
  • If you are under the minimum age you can still take the course in preparation for when you reach the minimum age. Many students take our course to help them decide whether flying as a cabin crew member is the job for them.


Course Outline
Course Code: 
100 hours - Access for 12 months
Statement of achievement
Lesson Structure: 
  1. The Aviation Industry
  2. Types of Airlines
  3. Regulatory Authorities
  4. Geography
  5. Airport Codes
  6. Times & Time Zones
  7. Aviation Terminology
  8. Aircraft Familiarisation
  9. Theory of Flight
  10. Health & Safety
  11. Safety & Emergency Procedures
  12. Crew Resource Management
  13. Dangerous Goods
  14. Uniform Grooming
  15. Airport & Ground Procedures
  16. Ticketing
  17. Customer Service
  18. Catering & Products



Aims - the learning objectives of the course: 

At the end of each module there is a self-assessment test designed to ensure that you have fully understood the module content.  Your results are calculated and recorded as you move through the course.  Your overall score is printed onto your final pass certificate which is awarded to you at the end of the course.