Safety and Emergency Procedure Training for Cabin Crews
OUR COURSES FOR CABIN CREWS MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS OF EASA ORO.CC
Flight Attendant Training according to Regulation (EU) No. 290/2012 and Regulation (EU) No. 965/2012 Part ORO.CC
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURE TRAINING FOR CABIN CREWS
An emergency on board, whether an in-flight fire, malfunctions, medical cases or even an emergency landing is a challenging situation for the cabin crew and can occur at any time.
Our Safety and Emergency Procedure Training meets all requirements of EASA for operators according to Regulation (EU) No. 290/2012 and Regulation (EU) No. 965/2012 Part ORO.CC to best prepare cabin crew to deal with any eventualities on board.
In addition to Initial, Operator Conversion Training and Aircraft Type Specific Training, for Cabin Crews, our experienced trainers also carry out the required annual Recurrent Training courses. We provide state-of-the-art training devices – ranging from door trainers to cabin representative devices for different aircraft types to simulate various emergency scenarios up to the descent on emergency slides at our six locations.
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Use our course finder to find the right Safety and Emergency Procedure Training courses for your cabin crew. Browse our other seminar offers for flight attendants or contact us for an individual customized training package.
Senior Cabin Crew Member Training
The Senior Cabin Crew Member Course according to AMC1 ORO.CC.200 enables participants to execute the specific tasks of a senior cabin crew member – be it in daily operation as well as in exceptional, or emergency situations.
Aircraft Type Specific Cabin Boeing 737
The Aircraft-Type-Specific Training for flight attendants comprises specific knowledge relating to one specific aircraft type.
Operator Conversion & Aircraft Type Specific Training Cabin Airbus A350
As part of Operator Conversion Training and Aircraft-Specific Training, participants learn about the specific procedures of the airline and the respective aircraft type.