Air Cabin Crew Level 2
You will be studying a combination of units designed to give you a broad understanding of Cabin Crew Operations.
Time will be spent looking at job search methods, filling in application forms, preparing CVs and interview techniques. Work experience is provided in a customer service environment.
You will gain a number of qualifications including:
Guest speakers from airlines will visit the college to talk to you about careers within the industry and there will be the opportunity to take part in visits to airline training centres, a visit to Norwich airport and an educational visit to a European destination by air.
Candidates will need to complete an interview before acceptance on to this course. You will need to be motivated to learn, able to work under pressure, a team player and a good communicator.
Full British or European passport will be required for oversea trips.
This course also requires the ability to swim in order to take part in survival training.
The course is assessed by a range of methods including:
– Role play
– Course work
– External assessment
– Water/environment tank practical to demonstrate sea survival techniques
Successful completion of the course will place you in a strong position to gain employment as cabin crew or in other travel industry jobs; many of our past students are now working as cabin crew for a variety of airlines.
Within your programme of study you will also develop a range of techniques, personal skills and attributes essential for performance in further study or your working life.
Many of our students are now enjoying successful careers with UK and International airlines flying to various destinations around the world and others have used the qualification to gain work in other sectors of the travel industry.
One year for the Diploma, two years for the Extended Diploma