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Qualification:
 
Starts:
2017/2018 
Days:
TBA 
Study Mode
Full Time 
Assessment:
Exams and Coursework 
Level:
Area:
Aviation, Tourism & Events 
Course Code:
CFFAV1 
 
Entry Requirements
Four GCSE’s grade A* - D, including Maths and English.

Please note: if an exemption has been made, you must continue to study towards your qualification in Maths/English grade C or above alongside your course.
 
 

Air Cabin Crew Level 2 Diploma

This course will suit you if you wish to gain an insight in to the exciting life of airline cabin crew. You will gain an introduction in to safety procedures, standard operating procedures, aviation medicine and the glamourous side of impeccable grooming that is essential to the industry. You will also gain invaluable skills and knowledge in how to be successful in the recruitment procedure, identifying the skills and attributes that airlines are looking for.


About the Course

The Level 2 Diploma in Air Cabin Crew will provide you with the basic knowledge and training to begin your career within the aviation industry.


Based at City campus, you will study safety/evacuation procedures and check-in and in flight duties in our purpose built, mock-up air craft and check in desk. As well as learning the basics of cabin crew responsibilities, you'll also prepare for interviews and further employment within the industry. The course also includes a study trip to the British Airways training facility at London Heathrow. 


Key Units

Key Areas of Study

  • Introduction to Airline/Aviation operations
  • Airline Health, Safety and Security
  • Airline Emergency Procedures
  • Cabin Crew Room Duties
  • Role of Air Cabin Crew (On-board)
  • Preparation for Employment as Air Cabin Crew



Entry Requirements

Four GCSE’s grade A* - D, including Maths and English.


Please note: if an exemption has been made, you must continue to study towards your qualification in Maths/English grade C or above alongside your course.


Assessment

  • One on-line test
  • Coursework (Assignments will be set and all deadlines must be met)
  • Practical Assessments e.g. Emergency Evacuation, Safety Demonstration etc.


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Extra Costs

A uniform is compulsory and this must be purchased prior to the start of the course, details of which will be provided. 


A Collins World Atlas is also required which includes a time zone map. Ref: (ISBN: 9780007531783 - £5.99)

Students in financial hardship can apply to the Learner Support Fund for help towards these costs.


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