Diploma of Flight Attendant
Brief Program Description:
This program is designed for 54 weeks training at the Canadian Aviation College to prepare the student as a flight attendant using an international concept. Today’s flight attendants are highly trained, highly skilled and focus on safety as the core of their job function. The Flight Attendant Diploma Program encourages the student to develop career-related skills, knowledge and behaviors to effectively perform a variety of functions required to provide passenger safety and exceptional customer service in the airline and travel industry.
The program duration is 54 weeks which translates to 1350 hours of academic studies.
Average homework hours; 15 hours per week, these include students’ required work on chapter quizzes, case
studies and projects.
● Criminal Record Check
● Medical Exam
● High school diploma or equivalent
● IELTS : Minimum score 5 and no portion under 5.5 OR
● CLB: (Canadian Language Benchmark): Minimum level 5
Communicate effectively with intercultural and interdisciplinary groups of people through oral and written communications to safely execute flight operations.
Identify and describe the specific regulations applicable to crew members and cabin safety.
Recognise the phonetic alphabet importance and be able to use it in aviation-related communication.
Locate and use the communication systems onboard for passenger announcements.
Implement international aviation regulations and guidelines to support safe flight operations.
Explain industry safety and service expectations of flight crew members in compliance with regulatory responsibilities.
Identify the nine classes of dangerous goods according to the International Air Transport Association(IATA) categories.
Distinguish between operating and emergency procedures for multiple aircraft types.
Identify the types of evacuations, crew responsibilities and procedures relating to the different types of evacuation situations.
Operate safety and emergency equipments effectively in any onboard emergency situation.
Analyze real-time situations in order to respond with airline protocols to mitigate risks in aviation emergencies.
Collaborate across airport services to provide end-to-end customer service and safety.
Translate career expectations into active daily practice as a cabin crew professional.
Embody professionalism through service leadership in the aviation industry.
Tuition fee: Domestic – $16000; International – $18000