Cabin Crew Training
Through our committed and professional training approach towards Safety and Service Excellence, TPTT Academy in partnership with QAS AVIATION ACADEMY who operate under SA CAA license number SACAA/1028/ATO, are recognised as the Leaders in Aviation Services and the supply and placement of professionally trained and highly skilled individuals who will portray the true colours of South Africa by exceptional performance as Aviation Personnel.
The mission of both TPTT Academy and QAS Aviation Academy, is to add value to the People of this Generation and those that follow in the Aviation Industry. Our candidates will, With Pride and Success, equal if not better worldwide competitors.
Our aim is to provide Aviation Services and impart Aviation related Skills and Knowledge to the People of Africa and the Global Aviation Industry thereby becoming the affordable preferred supplier of highly skilled aviation personnel.
How we accomplish our mission is as important as the mission itself.
All manuals used by QAS are SACAA approved aligned to unit standards, SAQA and operated within the National Qualification Framework (NQF).
The final examination is conducted by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SA CAA) and successful individuals will be issued with a Cabin Crew license.
- A Matric certificate (Grade 12)
- At least 18 (eighteen) years old
- Must be an able bodied person with excellent general health and in possession of a DD50 Aviation Doctor Certificate. This must be acquired before the course starts. Contact details of accredited doctors can be obtained from the school.
- Must be conversant in English. (English proficiency testing may be required)
- Must be able to swim well enough to help yourself and others in the water. If not, swimming classes must be attended during the course at own expense.
SIX WEEKS TRAINING INCLUDES:
- Evacuation Commands And Announcements
- Practical Use Of All Emergency Equipment Including Escape Slides
- Theoretical And Practical Aspects Of Emergency Landings On Land / Water (Ditching)
- Aviation Medicine
- Dangerous Goods
- General Operating Procedures And General Cabin Crew Duties
- Aircraft Familiarisation And Theory Of Flight
- Security And Safety
- Crew Resource Management (CRM)
- Other Courses Such As Soft Skills, Make-Up, Wine Tasting, etc.
- Visit to the SA CAA approved swimming pool to demonstrate your life jacket skills in the water, helping others and get into the life raft
- Visit to the Fire fighting training device and to extinguish fire in the aircraft mock up
- Visit an aircraft mock up to follow commands ,exit the cabin and jump down on the evacuation slide
- Visit a B737 to do practical aircraft familiarization
STCW Passenger Cruise Ship Qualification
Before being assigned to any shipboard duties in relation to safety or pollution prevention, seafarers engaged in any capacity on board need basic training in Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities, Personal Survival Techniques, Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid and Security Awareness.
Please refer to basic requirements and please submit the following:
Accreditation & Approval
The training is given in accordance with STCW Convention and Tables A-VI/1-1, A-VI/1-2, A-VI/1-3 and A-VI/1-4 of the STCW Code.