Cabin Crew Training
Cabin Crew Members, also known as Flight Attendants are the face of the airline industry. They are responsible for the safety and comfort of passengers on board aircraft. They provide a variety of services, including:
- Greeting passengers and helping them to find their seats
- Serving meals and drinks
- Providing information about the flight
- Handling emergencies and medical situations
- Ensuring the safety of passengers and crew
Flight attendants work in a dynamic and exciting environment. They have the opportunity to travel all over the world and meet new people from all walks of life. It is a rewarding career that offers competitive salaries and benefits.
After passing the SACAA Exam and completing all your Practical Assessments, you will obtain an Internationally recognised “South African Civil Aviation Authority” Cabin Crew Licence, which means that you can seek employment with a South African Based Airline. By having this Licence, you will gain an advantage, should you decide to go and fly for International Airlines such as Emirates, Qatar or Etihad.
- A Grade 12 or NQF Level 4 Certificate
- A Valid Class 4 Medical Certificate, issued by a SACAA Designated Medical Examiner (NB: This cannot be done by a General Medical Practitioner)
- Age 18 – 40 Years (A minimum 18 years old at the time of writing the SACAA Exam)
- Proficiency in the English Language (Read, Write, and Speak)
- Ability to Swim in water, with the aid of a Life Jacket (this can be taught)
Duration of Course and Class Times:
The Course duration is a minimum of 8 Weeks and takes place at our FlyFofa Aviation Training Academy. There will, however, be days when training is conducted at our external venues, especially during Practical training and assessments.
Classes run from Monday to Friday from 08:00 – 16:00.
Course Cost Includes:
- All Training Manuals and Lectures
- All Assessments and Practical Drills
- Class 4 Medical and X-Rays
- Uniforms – Formal and Casual
- Transport to all Aviation Excursions
- Exams and SACAA Licensing Fees
- All Accredited Course Certificates
- SACAA Cabin Crew License
Cabin Crew License Training:
The following Training Modules will be covered in our 8-Week Course
- Induction and Health Awareness
- General SEPT (Safety and Emergency Procedures Training)
- Emergency Equipment
- Air Law
- Theory of Flight
- Flight and Duty Period
- Aviation Security
- Aircraft Type Rating (B737-300/200) – (Theoretical and Practical Training)
- Slide Jump and Evacuations
- Dangerous Goods Training (Category 11)
- Aviation Medicine Training ( Theoretical and Practical Training)
- Fire Fighting Training
- Wet Ditching and Survival Training
- World of Work (CV’s, Interview Skills, and Work Readiness)
English Language Competence Assessment:
An English Language Competence Assessment shall be done prior to the acceptance of any student for initial cabin crew training.
The English Language Competency Assessment is only applicable to students that will be studying towards a South African cabin crew licence, approved by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA).
The duration of the assessment should be approximately 10 – 15 minutes.
The assessment will include a reading and speaking assessment.
If you are looking for a rewarding career in aviation, then FlyFofa Aviation Training is the perfect choice for you. We offer the highest standards of Flight Attendant training, and our Instructors have many years of experience in the industry. We will give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed as a Cabin Crew Member, and we will help you to achieve your career goals.