Initial Cabin Crew Courses

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Cabin Crew Courses

Initial Cabin Crew

Make your dreams come true when taking your professional step by obtaining the Cabin Crew European Certificate (EASA CABIN CREW ATTESTATION).

The European Flight Attendant Certificate is internationally recognized and covers the full range of knowledge required for a successful career in the Airline Industry.

The training is ideal for those looking for a new career as a Cabin Crew or for those who have previous flight experience and wish to obtain a certification to work for any carrier worldwide.

Initial Cabin Crew Training with us is accredited by Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority with certification number EL-CCTO-018 * and the European Aviation Safety Agency  (EASA).

Cabin Crew Initial-2a

Our company was founded by experienced and renowned executives with many years of experience in aviation.

Our experienced trainers are constantly updated with all the latest International and European regulations as well as Aviation standards.

Obtaining the diploma is an essential step for participants who wish to be hired by major European and International Airlines.
It is considered a basic and very important qualification for their professional competence.

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Cabin Crew Initial-3


  • General theoretical knowledge of aviation and aviation regulations covering all elements relevant to the duties and responsibilities required from cabin crew
  • Communication
  • Introductory course on human factors (HF) in aviation and crew resource management (CRM)
  • Passenger handling and cabin surveillance
  • Aero-medical aspects and first-aid
  • Dangerous goods
  • General security aspects in aviation
  • Fire and smoke training
  • Survival training

Detailed Training programme in accordance with Appendix 1 to Part CC

1.1. aviation terminology, theory of flight, passenger distribution, areas of operation, meteorology and effects of aircraft surface contamination; 1.2. aviation regulations relevant to cabin crew and the role of the competent authority; 1.3. duties and responsibilities of cabin crew during operations and the need to respond promptly and effectively to emergency situations; 1.4. continuing competence and fitness to operate as a cabin crew member, including as regards flight and duty time limitations and rest requirements; 1.5. the importance of ensuring that relevant documents and manuals are kept up-to-date, with amendments provided by the operator as applicable; 1.6. the importance of cabin crew performing their duties in accordance with the operations manual of the operator; 1.7. the importance of the cabin crew’s pre-flight briefing and the provision of necessary safety information with regards to their specific duties; and 1.8. the importance of identifying when cabin crew members have the authority and responsibility to initiate an evacuation and other emergency procedures.Accordion Sample Description
This course shall be conducted by at least one cabin crew CRM instructor. The training elements shall be covered in depth and shall include at least the following: 3.1. General: human factors in aviation, general instructions on CRM principles and objectives, human performance and limitations; Threat and Error Management 3.2. Relevant to the individual cabin crew member: personality awareness, human error and reliability, attitudes and behaviours, self-assessment & self-critique; stress and stress management; fatigue and vigilance; assertiveness; situation awareness, information acquisition and processing.
During training, emphasis shall be placed on the importance of effective communication between cabin crew and flight crew, including communication techniques, common language and terminology.
4.1. the importance of correct seat allocation with reference to aeroplane mass and balance, special categories of passengers and the necessity of seating able-bodied passengers adjacent to unsupervised exits; 4.2. rules covering the safe stowage of cabin baggage and cabin service items and the risk of it becoming a hazard to occupants of the passenger compartment or otherwise obstruction or damaging emergency equipment or exits; 4.3. advice on the recognition and management of passengers who are, or become, intoxicated with alcohol or are under the influence of drugs or are aggressive; 4.4. precautions to be taken when live animals are carried in the passenger compartment; 4.5. duties to be undertaken in the event of turbulence, including securing the passenger compartment; and 4.6. methods used to motivate passengers and the crowd control necessary to expedite an emergency evacuation.
5.1. general instruction on aero-medical aspects and survival; 5.2. the physiological effects of flying with particular emphasis on hypoxia, oxygen requirements, Eustachian tubal function and barotraumas; 5.3. basic first-aid 5.4. in-flight medical emergencies and associated first-aid 5.5. the use of appropriate equipment including first-aid oxygen, first-aid kits and emergency medical kits and their contents 5.6. practical cardio-pulmonary resuscitation training by each cabin crew member using a specifically designed dummy and taking account of the characteristics of an aircraft environment; and 5.7. travel health and hygiene
Dangerous goods in accordance with the applicable ICAO Technical Instructions.
General security aspects in aviation, including awareness of the provisions laid down in Regulation (EC) No 300/2008
8.1. emphasis on the responsibility of cabin crew to deal promptly with emergencies involving fire and smoke and, in particular, emphasis on the importance of identifying the actual source of the fire; 8.2. the importance of informing the flight crew immediately, as well as the specific actions necessary for coordination and assistance, when fire or smoke is discovered; 8.3. the necessity for frequent checking of potential fire-risk areas including toilets, and the associated smoke detectors; 8.4. the classification of fires and the appropriate type of extinguishing agents and procedures for particular fire situations; 8.5. the techniques of application of extinguishing agents, the consequences of misapplication, and of use in a confined space including practical training in fire-fighting and in the donning and use of smoke protection equipment used in aviation; and 8.6. the general procedures of ground-based emergency services at aerodromes.
9.1. principles of survival in hostile environments (e.g. polar, desert, jungle, sea); and 9.2. water survival training which shall include the actual donning and use of personal flotation equipment in water and the use of slide-rafts or similar equipment, as well as actual practice in water.

The Initial Cabin Crew Training covers the required Theoretical & Practical Training.


  • It takes at least 18 working days to obtain a European Diploma..


  • English, Greek


  • Mainly Real Classroom
  • Virtual Classroom (Minor Elements )

Course Requirements

  • At least 18 years old
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Good Knowledge of English
  • Ability to Swim
  • Excelent Health Status

Target Group

  • Candidates Cabin Crew Members (Flight (Attendants)
  • Experienced Cabin Crew Members that require renewal
  • Any Aviation lover wishing to fly

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