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Training room sessions, doors/exits and slide training, fire and smoke training and wet drills may be performed at facilities provided by Cabin Secure Training or alternatively at our clients own training centres.
All Cabin Crew Training prepared by CST is in accordance with EU-OPS (formally known as JAR-OPS) 1 Subpart O standards and recommended practices & the Operator’s Training Manual (Part D). We prepare all study material and appropriate examinations which support each of the courses. Alternatively CST can deliver your current courseware.
Initial Cabin Crew must successfully complete initial safety training, before undertaking conversion - aircraft type specific training. The course is a rich programme comprised of theoretical and practical exercises, case studies, teamwork, testing and progress tracking. The following subjects are covered in detail during this course:
Conversion training covers the Operators specific procedures as well as all normal and emergency procedures related to the specific aircraft type, variant and configuration to be operated. The following subjects are covered in detail during this course and comprise of both theoretical and practical exercises:
Annual recurrent training covers a range of subjects every 12 months, including:
Triennial Training - at intervals not exceeding 3 years (36 months) recurrent training also includes:
CABIN CREW TRAINING
Cabin Crew Refresher Training, for crew who have been absent from all flying duties for more than 6 months, or for cabin crew who have not been absent from all flying duties, but have not in the preceding 6 months operated a particular aircraft type or variant.
Refresher training includes in brief the following: