Cabin Crew Career Training
Our Cabin Crew Career Training courses provide you with the confidence, skills and inside-knowledge to showcase your potential to cabin crew recruiters.
Aviation Australia’s Flight Safety Training Centre is the Asia-Pacific region’s first independent flight attendant training facility and is fully equipped to deliver the best training in the industry, with a full practical hall area, as well as a large pool.
We have two course options available:
Cabin Crew Preparation Course
This course runs over 4 weeks full time face to face or 12 weeks part time face to face and includes 60 hours of online training. The first two weeks (or 6 weeks part time) is the Cabin Crew Employment Course which focuses on resume writing and interview techniques needed to ensure you stand out and nail your interview in this competitive industry giving you the best chance to secure employment with your chosen airline.
The following two weeks focusses on the practical skills needed to be cabin crew and includes modules such as onboard service, emergency procedures and aircraft familiarisation to name a few. This part of the course is where all the fun happens as we will run you through real-life emergency situations in our training facilities and ensure you’re prepared and confident if you’re lucky enough to start ground school with your chosen airline.
View the course outline – Cabin Crew Career Training Course Outline
Cabin Crew Employment Course
This course runs over 2 weeks full time or 6 weeks part time and focusses on gaining employment as cabin crew by ensuring you are well prepared when applying for cabin crew positions as well as the interview process.
The online component included in the Cabin Crew Preparation Course provides the below competencies:
– AVIF0014: Manage human factors in aviation operations
– AVIG2002: Work effectively in the aviation industry
– AVII0002: Provide quality customer service
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Why train with us?
It’s simple. We are the leaders in aviation training and every aspect of what we do is dedicated to excellence. Our training is delivered by industry experts who come from highly successful cabin crew careers within the aviation industry.
The Aviation Australia Flight Safety Training facilities are world-class and in a league of their own. They are used by major international airlines, whose staff may be using the facilities at the same time as you. The training facilities provide real-world simulation, allowing you to be immersed in a live aviation environment like no other.
At Aviation Australia, we train the best to be the best. Aviation is a highly competitive industry and to get noticed, you need to do something that will set you apart.
You will learn what it really means to be a flight attendant. Our connections with various airlines and current knowledge of their expectations means that you will leave with a realistic expectation of what it takes to become a flight attendant. Your career coaching starts on day one of the course and continues even after you secure employment, meaning that we’re with you on every step of your journey.
This course covers some of the requirements for certification as Cabin Crew by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) as described in the Civil Aviation Order 20.11 Emergency and life saving equipment and passenger control in emergencies.
There are no specific entry requirements for the course.
As the course is fast-paced and taught in English, we do recommend an equivalent English level of IELTS 5.5.
We also recommend completion of Australian Year 10 or equivalent.
If you would like to discuss your suitability for the course, please call 07 3860 0900.
A uniform is worn throughout the course. This consists of a white collared shirt and black pants, a black dress, accompanied with a black jacket. If you do not already have appropriate clothing, this can be purchased from any retailer. You are required to wear this from your first day. Aviation Australia will provide you with a scarf or tie following the Grooming session in the first few days.
If you wish to complete the course and you are not an Australian/New Zealand Permanent Resident or Citizen, please contact us on 07 3860 0900.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to Enrol
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