Flight Attendant Preparation Diploma
Do you like adventure? Are you a team player? Do you possess a take-charge attitude and the strong desire to assist people? Are you adaptable to change? If your answer is yes, then you belong in Eton College’s Flight Attendant Preparation Program.
While you can just walk into any airline interview, enrolling in the Flight Attendant Preparation Program today will increase your chances of being hired by an airline tomorrow. Our program is developed and taught by senior-ranking Flight Attendants who have actually done and mastered the job themselves. Our Instructors will hone your interview skills, give you inside information, help you look your best, and make you as attractive as possible to airlines looking to hire.
All major airlines are required by law to provide Flight Attendants to care for the safety of passengers. According to employment statistics employment of Flight Attendants is expected to grow through 2014.
Applicants with formal training in a Flight Attendant preparation course and have experience dealing with the public will have a better chance of landing a position.Top employers will be impressed with your skills and experience when you graduate with a Diploma in Flight Attendant Preparation from Eton College. You'll be confident making a smooth transition from school into the professional environment after training in Eton's hands-on program. Plus you'll have the ongoing support of Eton's dedicated student services team.
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This course is designed to introduce and provide an overview of the flight attendant career. Topics include: Flight Attendant work conditions and Career Path, Crew scheduling, Cabin crew conduct, Appearance standards and Airline-recruiting process. This course also covers topics on career preparation such as: Career Planning, Image Management Detail, Resume and Job Application Correspondence Writing, Before/During and After Interview. You will be required to participate in a mock interview and demonstrate learned skills and techniques, as well as develop excellent behaviour and constantly demonstrate winning attitudes throughout the program.
This course will introduce you to the countries of North and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania. Topics include: natural and man-made attractions, culture, currencies, dominant religion, major air carriers and airports. You will need to understand the world time zones and calculate time differences between countries. You will also be required to identify countries and cities on a map as well as memorize IATA codes.
This course includes an overview and introduction of the following topics: The Airline Industry, Theory and Physiology of Flight, General Crew Responsibilities and requirement, Aircraft Familiarization, Crew Briefings, Communication and Coordination. You will be required to describe and use aviation terminology and to effectively deliver mandatory and commonly used Public announcements onboard the aircraft.
This course includes an overview of the crewmember’s responsibilities and procedures relating to the different situations on board such as: Normal safety procedures, Aircraft incidents and accidents that involves Bird strike, Volcanic ash, Turbulence, Surface contamination and Cabin depressurization, Emergency equipment on board, Fire fighting procedures, Emergency landing and evacuation procedures as well as Post Crash Survival.
This course is designed to introduce the general airline security requirements and associated procedures. Topics will include an overview and introduction of the following: Weapons and firearms, Passenger boarding requirements, Crew interference, Air rage and Passenger Restraint, Bomb threat, Hijacking. You will be required to identify the nine classes of dangerous goods and describe the appropriate measures to ensure safety onboard.
This course is taught by First Aid professionals and includes: Standard First Aid, CPR, and Specialized Aviation training.
This course is designed to introduce the elements of customer and in flight service in the airline industry. You will be required to demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills in dealing with and in providing service to varied types of customers/passengers. You will also be required to memorize the most commonly used assistance and special meal codes. In flight service topics that are included in this course include: Classes of service on board, Meal and Beverage service, In-flight food handling and service sequence. You will be required to participate in a mock flight exercise and apply the learned safety and service in-flight procedures.
Below are some of the career options that our students will be ready to pursue after graduation:
FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICES
RECREATION & ENTERTAINMENT
“I was hired by Air Asia in Malaysia! I am sure the reason I am here is because I learned a lot of things about becoming a Flight Attendant from a wonderful school, Eton College. I am very happy to fly all over the world. I would like to say “Thank you very much.”
- Naomi F.