FlySAA Cabin Crew Training

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Fly SAA Cabin Crew Training

South African Airways now offers Cabin Crew Training Programmes (for Cabin Crew Licensing purposes) to the general public. The information below will tell you more about our course offering !

Note: This is not a free training, candidates must pay for their course fees.

More about the SAA Cabin Crew Initial Training Programme

South African Airways Cabin Crew Training is conducted by our approved Aviation Training Organisation, in terms of the South African Civil Aviation Regulations Part 141 (ATO registration No. CAA/0079).

We pride ourselves on providing the highest standards of cabin crew training that enables Cabin Crew Members to develop the necessary skills to effectively manage any safety, medical or emergency situation on board, in accordance with internationally recognised standards.

All Safety and Emergency Procedures, Aviation Medicine, Security, Crew Resource Management, Safety Management System and Dangerous Goods Training Programmes, are approved by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA), as required.


All training, assessment, remediation and moderation is conducted by qualified SACAA accredited Instructors and/or Cabin Designated Examiners, in line with regulatory requirements.

Our inflight service training programmes are designed to meet local and international service delivery standards.

During or following completion of our training programmes, learners undergo theory and practical assessments covering the training received. This is done in order to verify proficiency in carrying out cabin crew duties.

Pre-requisites

To commence training, you must be:

  • 18 years or older, and have a Matric/Grade 12 qualification
  • Be able to speak, read and write English
  • Be able to swim in water, with the aid of a life jacket
  • Be in possession of a valid Class 2 Medical Certificate (see further details below)

Source: Flysaa

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