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Professional Corporate Cabin Attendant and General Emergency Training


If your ambition is a career as a Cabin or Flight Attendant on a private, business aircraft, your journey begins with FlightSafety. We offer Corporate Cabin Attendant and General Emergency Training courses at several of our Learning Centers which will prepare you for a position with an operator of a corporate or general aviation aircraft. Courses meet most recommendations for ICAO and IS-BAO certification as well as many of the regulatory requirements for FAA Part 135.331.

A professional Cabin Crewmember must offer a broad range of knowledge and skills to qualify for today’s demanding assignments. FlightSafety training prepares you for those demands, from proper business etiquette to onboard fire suppression, from recognizing and handling emergency procedures to operating the latest cabin communication, environmental and entertainment systems.

FlightSafety, the world’s largest private aviation training company, delivers the same standards of excellence to comprehensive Cabin Attendant training that we bring to our professional Pilot and Maintenance Technician training. Those standards include effective classroom and practical training technologies and devices and are taught by highly experienced, professional instructors. Your training benefits from our 60 years of aviation training and the experience gained each year training more than 75,000 aviation professionals.

Corporate Cabin Attendant


Whether you are new to aviation or transitioning from a Commercial Aviation career, Corporate Cabin Attendant Training equips you with the tools you need to excel. Choose from four Learning Centers of Excellence: Savannah, Teterboro, Long Beach and Paris Learning Centers. Our courses exceed the Federal Aviation Administration Regulations for Part 91 (private aviation) and are readily modified to meet specific FAR Part 135 requirements as well as those of international regulatory agencies.

General Emergency Training


This FlightSafety curriculum instructs corporate crewmembers to recognize and meet potential inflight emergency issues with hands-on training in emergency equipment and procedures. Aircraft cabin simulators provide a practical, realistic and effective training experience. Choose from six Learning Centers of excellence: Savannah,Teterboro, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Columbus, Long Beach and Paris Learning Centers. General Emergency Training meets most recommendations for IS-BAO Emergency Procedures as well as many of the regulatory requirements for FAA Part 135.331 and also other international regulatory authorities.

Training Devices


Learn the full range of skills necessary to qualify as a Cabin Attendant. Train with an ideal combination of classroom instruction and realistic scenarios in simulation trainers. Classroom instruction features the most up-to-date instructional technologies, taught by highly knowledgeable, experienced instructors. Our cabin simulator technology allows you to practice procedures for a variety of emergency situations. Learn proper responses to an onboard fire, a cabin depressurization, as well as the procedures followed to conduct a ground evacuation. Our full-scale Corporate Cabin Trainers incorporate smoke and audio capabilities. Some FlightSafety Cabin Trainers also offer a “visual” system like that in pilot training simulators as well as motion. The In-Water Evacuation Trainer simulates evacuation from a ditched aircraft and training for air-rescue operations is enhanced with our Helo-Hoist, which replicates helicopter rescues.

Course Offerings


Initial Cabin Attendant (5 days)
An interactive, scenario-based overview of FAA training requirements taught at the Part 135 level of responsibility. This course includes actual use of emergency equipment such as window and door exits, fire extinguishers, oxygen equipment, life vests, and life rafts. It also reviews planned and unplanned Scenario Drills, Fire Fighting, and Sea Survival drills. Additionally, curriculum includes Corporate Cabin Service (Food Preparation, Plating, Garnishing, Serving, and Safe Food Handling).

Recurrent Cabin Attendant (2 days)
A review of the Corporate Cabin Attendant Initial emphasizing emergency situation training, aircraft fires, unplanned and planned landing/ditching, evacuation and sea survival. The course includes actual use of emergency equipment such as window and door exits, fire extinguishers, oxygen equipment, life vests, and life rafts.

The Corporate School of Etiquette Culinary Arts Course (2 day)
Presented by The Corporate School of Etiquette instructors, this is a unique hands-on program designed to provide exemplary culinary skills for successful and unique cabin service. The Chef Instructor provides knowledge of knife skills, plate presentation, cooking techniques and new culinary trends and cuisines. This knowledge provides a superior level of skills to enhance a career in corporate aviation. The Culinary Arts Course meets the NBAA SEBA Level Three for the Lead Flight Attendant Requirement and includes advanced culinary training.

Corporate Cabin Service (1 day)
Corporate Cabin Service requires a thorough grounding in safe food handling, food etiquette and business protocol. Master domestic and international techniques, cultural awareness, food and beverage presentation, as well as the operation of today’s sophisticated corporate-jet galleys.

Initial General Emergency (1 day)
General Emergency Training Initial provides corporate flight crewmembers with knowledge and procedures for handling emergency situations. Training includes actual use of emergency equipment such as window and door exits, fire extinguishers, oxygen equipment, life vests, and life rafts. Courses are available at the learning centers or onsite at your facility.

Recurrent General Emergency (5.5 hours)
A review of General Emergency Training Initial curriculum providing corporate flight crewmembers with knowledge and procedures for handling emergency situations. Training includes actual use of emergency equipment such as window and door exits, fire extinguishers, oxygen equipment, life vests, and life rafts. Courses are available at the learning centers or onsite at your facility.

Executive Emergency Training (4.5 hours)
Training provides corporate principals and passengers with knowledge and procedures for handling emergency situations. This training instructs the actual use of emergency equipment such as window and door exit operation, fire extinguishers, oxygen equipment, life vests, and life rafts. Training includes the use of our industry renowned training devices; the same utilized in corporate air crew emergency training classes but specifically taught at an appropriate level for passengers. Courses are available at the Learning Centers or onsite at your facility.

Gulfstream G280 Cabin Systems Training (5.5 hours)
This course familiarizes the attendees with the features and operation of the Gulfstream G280 Cabin and is designed to provide interactive learning and hands on training. Systems covered in this course are: Gulfstream Cabin Management system, water & waste, seats, divan, tables and doors, galley equipment and communications.

G500/G550 Recurrent Evacuation Crewmember Training (1 hour)
This course meets most of the Recurrent FAA requirements for the G500/550 Evacuation Crewmember. (Attendees are required to view their aircraft specific “Cabin Familiarization” DVD to meet the FAA recurrent certification requirements. FlightSafety does not have access to this DVD.)

Personal Self Defense Training
This course is designed to teach an understanding of self-defense techniques. Training is based in traditional martial arts with a focus on psychological and aggression awareness. Through a highly encouraging, yet challenging approach, participants are provided with development in awareness, recognition and resolution tools. Curriculum includes identification of physical weak points, demonstration of holds and escape maneuvers, discussion and demonstration of counter attacks, and best practices for personal safety.

MedAire Initial (8 hours) and Recurrent (4 hours)
MedAire In-Flight Medical Management Training includes CPR certification by the American Heart Association and fulfills training requirements for OSHA’s Blood borne Pathogens Standard 1910.1030. Each participant will receive MedAire’s one of a kind “Manual of In-flight Medical Care” textbook and upon successful completion of the course an American Heart Association HeartSaver AED course completion card and a MedAire course completion certificate. Students must complete four e-learning modules prior to their instructor-led class. E-Modules include: AED, Blood borne Pathogens, Altitude Physiology and Tools for Medical Resource Management and will be assigned by MedAire upon student enrollment. E-courses are assigned 30 days prior to class date.

American Heart Association CPR/AED/First Aid
This course is designed to meet the recurrent training requirements for those wishing to obtain or renew their American Heart Association CPR and Defibrillator certification. Course is available with or without the First Aid portion.

Plan Your Training


  Scheduled Business & Corporate Flight Attendant courses. Other courses and dates available upon request. Contact Us

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RESERVATION
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Flight Attendant Enrichment
Paris On Request
Non-A/C Specific Other American Heart First Aid, AED & CPR Training
Teterboro On Request
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant The Corporate School of Etiquette
Please contact center for dates and scheduling.
Savannah On Request
Gulfstream G280 Gulfstream G280 Flight Attendant Cabin Systems Management
Dallas On Request
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Corporate Crew Emergency Recurrent
Paris On Request
Gulfstream G650 Gulfstream G650 Cabin Systems
Savannah On Request
Gulfstream G450 Gulfstream Elite G450/550 Cabin Systems
Savannah On Request
Gulfstream G280 Gulfstream G280 Cabin Systems
Savannah On Request
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant General Emergency Training
Teterboro On Request
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant The Corporate School of Etiquette
Please contact center for dates and scheduling.
Teterboro On Request
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Flight Attendant Recurrent
Long Beach 13-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant General Emergency Training Initial
Savannah 13-Dec-17
Gulfstream G650 Gulfstream G650 Cabin Systems
Savannah 13-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Corportate Cabin Attendant Recurrent
Long Beach 14-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Corporate Cabin Attendant Recurrent
Savannah 14-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant AHA HEARTSAVER ELEARN PRACTICE & TESTING
Savannah 14-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant General Emergency Training Recurrent
Paris 15-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant General Emergency Training Initial
Savannah 15-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant General Emergency Training Initial
Savannah 16-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Corporate Cabin Attendant Recurrent
Teterboro 18-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Corporate Cabin Attendant Initial
Long Beach 18-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant General Emergency Training Initial
Paris 18-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant General Emergency Training Recurrent
Paris 18-Dec-17
Gulfstream G280 Gulfstream G280 Cabin Systems
Savannah 18-Dec-17
Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Non-A/C Specific Flight Attendant Flight Attendant Recurrent
Long Beach 27-Dec-17
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