Cabin Crew

Our Cabin Crew Courses include the Initial Training to acquire a Cabin Crew Member Licence, as well as various recurrency training programs.
Cabin Crew have already played a vital role in Human Trafficking prevention, and also in identifying other hazards such as FOD, as part of the greater Aviation Team dedicated to ensuring the safety of crew and passengers.

Wet Ditching

Wet Ditching

Course OverviewCourse Duration: 3 Hours Course Price: 1200 per personThis course is covered in one day with a theory section in the morning and a practical assessment in the afternoon. The course Objectives are: To ensure that the crew are aware of the various...

Cabin Heath and First Aid Initial

The Aviation Medicine initial training program forms part of the Cabin Crew Initial training and can be attended as a stand-alone course. Covering a variety of possible medical scenarios that crew may encounter on board, including how to administer CPR, understanding typical signs and symptoms or certain medical conditions, and treatment thereof.

AVSEC Flight Crew (Aviation Security)

AVSEC Flight Crew (Aviation Security)

Aviation Security Training is developed in accordance with the SACAA Regulations and Guidance Material.
This AVSEC course covers bomb threats and warnings, how to deal with a bomb threat, searching for a suspect device, moving a suspicious device, and procedures connected to hijacking threats as well as air rage and unruly passengers.

CRM Initial (Crew Resource Management) 

Crew Resource Management (CRM) Training improves flight safety and understanding of the Human Factor in aircraft incidents by implementing effective error management strategies in individuals and the system.
Providing aircrews to improve management skills, leadership, decision-making, situational awareness, workload management, stress and fatigue management, communication, Mind State Management, conflict resolution, and interpersonal interactions.

CRM Recurrency (Crew Resource Management)

Human error remains a significant causal factor in aviation incidents. Crew Resource Management (CRM) training provides aircrew and support personnel with an insight into CRM concepts by keeping up to date with the latest research in CRM. Provide crew with tools to enhance CRM skills required to manage threats and errors.

DG (Dangerous Goods)

The (DG) Dangerous Goods Awareness training program provides flight deck, cabin crew, and ground crew with the knowledge and understanding of the Provisions for DG carried by passengers or crew, knowledge of hidden DG, the IATA list of dangerous goods, Marking and Labelling of DG, DG Packaging and incompatible DG and emergency response procedures.

Cabin Crew Ab Initio (Initial License)

Cabin Crew Ab Initio (Initial License)

The Cabin Crew Ab Initio Initial Training program covers the full scope of the requirements to achieve a SACAA issued Cabin Crew Licence and be part of a flight crew.

Cabin Heath and First Aid (Recurrency Training)

Cabin Heath and First Aid (Recurrency Training)

The Aviation Medicine / AVMED recurrency course applies to annual recurrency requirements covering the variety of medical scenarios that crew may encounter on board, including administering CPR, understanding typical signs and symptoms or medical conditions, and how to treat these.

Type Rating EMB 120

Type Rating EMB 120

The Type Rating EMB 120 – Cabin Crew course covers the theoretical component of the aircraft type rating, as well as the practical training and skills test applicable to the aircraft type.

Type Rating EMB 135/145

Type Rating EMB 135/145

The Type Rating EMB 135/145 – Cabin Crew course covers the theoretical component of the aircraft type rating, as well as the practical training and skills test applicable to the aircraft type.

Type Rating ATR 42/72

Type Rating ATR 42/72

The Type Rating ATR 42/72 – Cabin Crew course covers the theoretical component of the aircraft type rating, as well as the practical training and skills, test applicable to the aircraft type.

FOD – Foreign Object Damage / Debris

FOD – Foreign Object Damage / Debris

Foreign Object Damage or FOD is a serious threat to aircraft operations. This course is designed for all personnel working airside, in and around fixed-wing and rotor-wing aircraft, to help them understand the sources, nature, procedures, risks, and potential consequences of FOD, and the impact on safety.

HEAT – Hostile Environment Awareness Training

HEAT – Hostile Environment Awareness Training

The Hostile Environment Awareness Training course covers possible scenarios in hostile environments and how to deal with them. Planning and preparing for an emergency evacuation, dealing with hostage situations, what to expect in ‘hotspots,’ and what to look for in danger zones are some of the topics covered in our HEAT training course.

Human Trafficking Prevention

Human Trafficking Prevention

This course provides insight, knowledge and guidelines for flight crew and ground crew in the fight against the rising danger of Human Trafficking in air transport and is aligned with the IATA Guidelines on Human Trafficking in Aviation.

CATS & CARS Familiarization

CATS & CARS Familiarization

CATS & CARS Familiarization assists in understanding the legislative structure, design, documentation, amendments, and communication, highlighting the connectivity between the Civil Aviation Technical Standards (CATS) and Civil Aviation Regulations (CARs), focussing on PART 91 / PART 121 / PART 135 and PART 127.

FRMS – Fatigue Risk Management System

FRMS – Fatigue Risk Management System

Fatigue plays a significant role in aircraft incidents. This course covers topics on personal strategies, understanding consequences, and contributing factors to fatigue, as well as the potential of poor shift systems design, and reporting protocols. It outlines symptoms of fatigue including shift systems design, reporting protocols, and symptoms for managing your fatigue.

Communicable Disease Awareness Training

Communicable Disease Awareness Training

The communicable Diseases training program is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the best practices and procedures in the event of an outbreak, epidemic, or pandemic.
Including COVID-19 and 12 other communicable diseases such as Malaria, Ebola, Hepatitis, Tuberculosis, Monkey Pox, and improving general health practices to prevent, or reduce the impact, of outbreaks.

Train-The-Trainer

The Train the Trainer course is aimed at new instructors with the primary focus being the trainer and his/her presentation skills, including how to compile and present a training lecture, impart the required information competently, logically, and with clarity, common problems, and challenges and dealing with unique situations and personalities in the classroom environment.

Leadership Training

Leadership Training

The Leadership course identifies and enhances all the skills required to become a strong, fair, and successful Leader within an organization. Someone people look up to and who guides the workforce toward a safe, productive environment.

People Skills

People Skills

Course OverviewCourse Duration: 2 Days Course Price: 1850 per personAs individuals working for Airlines, we need to understand how important the following are: Your role in the aviation industry. Your various responsibilities in respect of Safety and Service that come...

LF: Live Fire Fire-Fighting

LF: Live Fire Fire-Fighting

This program equips the crew with knowledge of onboard fires, prevention and detection, causes, management, responsibilities, and equipment, understanding the components of fire and their relation to each other, types of fires, fire detection, and understanding procedures when smoke is detected onboard.
Familiarisation with legislated requirements referenced in CATS OPS 64.02.2 / 2.2.4.1 / 3.2.1.8.

DAMP Flight Crew (Drug and Alcohol Management Plan)

DAMP Flight Crew (Drug and Alcohol Management Plan)

The Drug and Alcohol Management Plan aids Flight Crews Personnel with a substance addiction, or the development thereof.
Providing guidance in actions to take, available assistance, understanding of the physical, psychological, and social impact on employers and those close to them, and guidance when suspecting a colleague is influenced by drugs or alcohol.

Ditching & Survival Theory Fixed Wing Aircraft

The Ditching and Survival Fixed Wing Aircraft program covers the regulatory training requirements of Wet Ditching Drills for operating Flight Crew.
Including procedures in the event of an emergency landing, preferred methods of dealing with these situations, the use of life jackets, life rafts, life raft management, and basic survival techniques.

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Cancellation Policy

Course bookings may be cancelled up to the day prior to the course date.  It can be done via WhatsApp or email, or telephonically.  We do not charge a cancellation fee, as we understand rosters change last minute and flight delays etc.  We just ask you to please, let us know. 

Code of Conduct

Timely arrival for the training is requested. Please note that the courses have an Aviation Authority-specified minimum number of training hours, so starting on time is imperative.

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Accreditations

SACAA, CAAB (Botswana), Mozambique, Namibia, DRC, Zimbabwe, Angola, Zambia.

Address

90 Fourth Road
Chartwell, Fourways
Johannesburg, South Africa

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Contact us with any enquiry you may have. For your convenience you can send an online enquiry, email or phone us.

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Cancellation Policy

Course bookings may be cancelled up to the day prior to the course date.  It can be done via WhatsApp or email, or telephonically.  We do not charge a cancellation fee, as we understand rosters change last minute and flight delays etc.  We just ask you to please, let us know. 

Code of Conduct

Timely arrival for the training is requested. Please note that the courses have an Aviation Authority-specified minimum number of training hours, so starting on time is imperative. The use of cell phones during training is frowned upon (discouraged).  If you are ‘on call’,  please put your phone on ‘silent’ on your desk and leave the room to take the call.  Courses held at Cranfield are all interactive and your instructor will encourage participation, where appropriate. We provide a light lunch between courses which is included in the price, is not compulsory and you are welcome to bring your own if you have dietary challenges (preferences). We have delegates from all over our continent with different beliefs, dress codes, and everyone is very welcome.

Accreditations

SACAA Approval, CAAB (Botswana) Approval, Mozambique, Namibia, DRC, Zimbabwe Approval, Angolan Approval, Zambian Approval.

GET IN TOUCH

Contact us with any enquiry you may have. For your convenience you can send an online enquiry, email or phone us.

Learn Online

Cranfield also offers a range of online e-learning courses. Click here to access our online aviation training courses.

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Cancellation Policy

Course bookings may be cancelled up to the day prior to the course date.  It can be done via WhatsApp or email, or telephonically.  We do not charge a cancellation fee, as we understand rosters change last minute and flight delays etc.  We just ask you to please, let us know. 

Code of Conduct

Timely arrival for the training is requested. Please note that the courses have an Aviation Authority-specified minimum number of training hours, so starting on time is imperative. 

Read Full Policy Here

Accreditations

SACAA Approval, CAAB (Botswana) Approval, Mozambique, Namibia, DRC, Zimbabwe Approval, Angolan Approval, Zambian Approval.

Address

90 Fourth Road
Chartwell, Fourways
Johannesburg, South Africa