Initial Cabin Crew Attestation Training (EASA Certified)
The goal of initial training is to ensure that each trainee acquires the competencies, knowledge and skills required to perform the duties and responsibilities related to the safety of passengers and flight during normal, abnormal and emergency situations. This is accomplished through classroom instruction and computer-based training (CBT) complemented by a series of drills, exercises and hands-on training.
Air Baltic Training CTO requires that each applicant for cabin crew initial training and attestation:
- Has a minimum age not less than 18 years old;
- Holds high school diploma or an equivalent diploma;
- Demonstrates the ability to read, speak, write and understand English language to ensure appropriate communication with both crew members and passengers;
- Demonstrates ability to retrieve safety and emergency equipment and open and close overhead bins on the aircraft, from a standing position;
- Proves ability and strength to operate equipment/systems, as applicable to the operator’s procedures during normal, abnormal and emergency situations and to the aircraft type(s) to which the cabin crew member will be assigned duties;
- Provides evidence of being clear of a criminal record and passing a security background check (Only airBaltic Corporation employed candidates);
- Demonstrates ability to swim without flotation aids.
Air Baltic Training CTO recommends:
Completing medical assessment as defined in Annex IV (Part MED) to Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011, to ensure that applicant is physically and mentally fit to perform his duties and discharge his responsibilities safely;
Consider personal background check requirements established by future employer.
In person (Full course) Hybrid (Abridged Course)
Abridged CC Initial Safety Training course it is adopted for Cabin Crew Members with previous experience, but have absence from Cabin Crew duties for more than 60 months or has been operated as a Cabin Crew in the airlines that do not provide training and checking in accordance with EASA requirements. Abridged syllabus covers the same training elements as full course but is shorter in time.
68h (10 – 14 days) Full course
36h (5 days) Abridged course
Course consists of following modules:
- Aviation Introduction and CC Duties and Responsibilities
- Passenger Handling and Cabin Surveillance
- Fire and Smoke Training
- Dangerous Goods Training
- Medical Aspects and First Aid
- Survival Training
- Water Survival Training
- Crew Resource Management
- Security Training
Initial Cabin Crew Training Course is developed in accordance with ICAO DOC 10002, Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 Annex V Part CC, Appendix 1 to Part CC and ORO.FTL.250.
Cabin Crew Attestation is designed in accordance with Appendix II to ANNEX VI PART-ARA
Indefinite: If annual recurrent training is completed in EASA certified airline.
60 month: If not operating as a CC for this period.
Assessment of existing knowledge, skills and attitudes to follow high intensity theoretical course with dynamic practical exercises.