The aims of this course are:
To provide you with the preparation for a range of career opportunities in the Airline industry, offer specialist studies that are directly relevant to individual vocations and professions in the airline industry
Allows you to make an immediate contribution to employment; and equip you with the necessary knowledge, skills and motivation.
The full time Cabin Crew programme comprises of 6 units of study, which you are required to complete over the duration of 1 year plus additional qualifications relevant to the overall programme:
Unit 201 - Introduction to Airline/Aviation Operations
Unit 202 - Airline Health, Safety and Security
Unit 203 - Airline Emergency Procedures
Unit 204 - Cabin Crew Room Duties
Unit 205 - Role of Air Cabin Crew (On Board)
Unit 206 - Preparation for Employment as Air Cabin Crew
GCSE in Maths and English and work experience form part of this programme.
This course aims to prepare you for a range of career opportunities within the Airline industry
You will experience work via visits to the Thomas Cook Cabin Crew Assessment Centre, where you will gain an insight into the training undertaken by airline cabin crew upon recruitment such as ditching drills and visit to Manchester Airport.
We do ask for a contribution towards your educational trips of £150.00 which is payable at the beginning of term.
You will be taught by industry professionals from cabin crew backgrounds
To enter this programme you will need to have travel industry experience or an appropriate travel/leisure and tourism qualification at level 2. You should have a Grade C in Maths and/or English or equivalent. Ideally be aged 17 years or over for employability reasons.
On successful completion of this qualification you can progress onto:
The L3 Extended Diploma in Health & Social Care (subject to meeting entry requirements)
Employment within the Health & Social Care sector