APPROVED BY DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION, GOVERMENT OF INDIA FOR AME
LEADERS IN AVIATION INDUSTRY
ESTD: 1992, 31 YEARS OF GLORIOUS SERVICE TO AVIATION INDUSTRY
Cabin Crew are required on board aircraft to ensure passenger safety. The effectiveness of cabin crew in fulfilling their safety-related duties can only be attained through proper and effective training.
Training may never duplicate all the types of situations that may confront cabin crew in the performance of their duties on board an aircraft. Nevertheless, training can instil the basic knowledge, skills, attitudes and confidence that will allow cabin crew to handle emergencies.
Cabin Crew are unique among airline personnel because they essentially have two distinct responsibilities on board an aircraft.
Regardless of other duties and responsibilities of cabin crew, from the regulatory point of view, the major function of cabin crew on board an aircraft is to ensure passenger safety by preventing and managing adverse situations, which may develop in the aircraft cabin, and to provide guidance to all persons on board during an emergency.
ICAO Annex 6 and Rule 38 (b) — requires that an operator shall establish and maintain a training programme, approved by the State of the Operator, to be completed by all persons before being assigned as a cabin crew member. Cabin crew shall complete a recurrent training programme annually.
VARIOUS TYPES OF TRAINING AVAILABLE (FOR FRESHERS)
VARIOUS TYPES OF TRAINING AVAILABLE (FOR STUDENTS OF OTHER INSTITUTES / AIRLINE EMPLOYEES)