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Open License-Relevant Safety Procedure Seminars for Your Cabin Crews

INDIVIDUAL SAFETY PROCEDURE TRAINING FOR EMERGENCY SITUATIONS ON BOARD

Safety and Emergency Procedure Training

EFFICIENT SEMINARS FOR CABIN CREWS

Do members of your cabin crew need initial training? Would you like to refresh a flight attendant’s knowledge and skills when it comes to emergency situations? In addition to our tailored Safety and Emergency Procedure Training courses, we offer open seminars to train individual flight attendants in mixed small groups on how to address critical situations on board.

2020 has taught us that flexibility and individuality are essential to master the current challenges. In order to meet this demand, we optimized our training offer for you: you can contact us via E-Mail to inform us about the type of training you are interested in, your preferred dates, your preferred training location and the planned number of participants. This enables us to offer and reliably deliver you the training regardless of the minimum number of participants.

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Overview

Dangerous Goods

This seminar teaches participants about potentially dangerous goods and which adopted standards are applicable for their transportation. They are also provided with instructions on how to interact with passengers who are traveling with goods classified as dangerous. The training can either be booked as an initial or a recurrent course for personnel of the categories 10 (cockpit only) and 11 (cabin). 

Initial Dangerous-Goods: 

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich

Recurrent Dangerous-Goods: 

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich

Crew Resource Management

Beside CRM foundations, training participants learn strategies for dealing with potentially heavy workloads. The emphasis is further on coping with difficulties and conflicts as well as how to communicate effectively within a team. The initial seminar is legally required and covers all content stipulated by EASA. Recurrent seminars allow cockpit and cabin crews alike to review their aviation experiences. They further have the opportunity to reflect on their own strengths and areas for development and to try out alternative approaches.

Legal notice: initial seminars for cockpit crews are based on a generic syllabus provided by LAT Crew Academy and follow best practice. This kind of training is operator specific and holders of an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) can adopt the syllabus of LAT Crew Academy.

Initial CRM: 

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich

Recurrent CRM: 

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich

Fire Fighting

As part of a hands-on training, cockpit and cabin personnel can train how to handle various fire scenarios correctly in our one-day practical sessions. From solid material fires to gas fires, the Real Fire Fighting Trainer (RFFT) is able to simulate all fire situations that can possibly arise on board.

Legal notice: initial seminars for cockpit crews are based on a generic syllabus provided by LAT Crew Academy and follow best practice. This kind of training is operator specific and holders of an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) can adopt the syllabus of LAT Crew Academy.

Initial Fire Fighting: 

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich

Recurrent Fire Fighting:  

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich

Initial Cabin Crew

The Initial Cabin Crew Training takes places in a realistic aircraft environment. During the course, the participants will acquire the knowledge and practical skills necessary to safely accomplish their tasks and responsibilities for the safety of passengers in normal as well as emergency situations.

Initial Cabin Crew Training (INI CCA):

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich

Survival

This training consists of two modules, which can be booked together or separately as required:

Principles of Survival

In the theoretical training module, participants learn the basics of survival in difficult and hard-to-reach environments such as polar regions, deserts, jungles or the open sea. They gain insight into the availability and use of appropriate equipment on board an aircraft as well as knowledge and skills for survival in emergency situations including demonstration and use of other emergency equipment.

Water Survival

The practical training module mainly takes place in the water and includes putting on and handling of buoyancy aids as well as the application of survival strategies in the water. Participants train the use and manoeuvring of a life raft, and reproduce different situations including demonstration and use of other emergency equipment.

Survival Training:

  • dates available upon request
  • locations: Frankfurt

If you are interested, please send us the type of training you are interested in, your preferred dates, your preferred training location and the planned number of participants via e-mail:
ca-frankfurt@lat.dlh.de​​​​​​​​​​​​​​.

You can also use the e-mail address above to enquire about other training locations (e.g. in-house training).

If you require training packages that go beyond a combination of the generic training types above or need an operator/type-specific offer (e.g. First Aid, SEP), our sales team will be happy to assist you:
externalsalesteam@lat.dlh.de.

Course and Training Device Finder

OPEN SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURE SEMINARS FOR YOUR CABIN CREWS

Use our course and training device finder to find the right open training course for your cabin crew. Are you looking for greater flexibility? We would be happy to tailor our Safety Training course to your individual airline, aircraft type, and the level of experience of your cabin crew. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Recurrent Crew Ressource Management Cabin Crew (Open Seminar)

Recurrent seminars allow cabin crews alike to review their aviation experiences. They further have the opportunity to reflect on their own strengths and areas for development and to try out alternative approaches.

Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich
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Recurrent Dangerous Goods Cabin Crew (Open Seminar)

This recurrent seminar serves as a refresher course and teaches participants about potential dangerous goods and applicable regulations for their safe transportation by air as well as the procedures for passengers who are travelling with goods classified as dangerous.

Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich
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Initial Fire Fighting Cabin Crew (Open Seminar)

As part of a hands-on training, cabin personnel can train how to handle various fire scenarios correctly in our one-day practical sessions.

Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt, Munich
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