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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOpMENT

Basic training for flight attendants.

WORKING IN AVIATION

Qualified personnel to ensure safety and service on board.

Flight attendants are the public face of an airline. They make sure that passengers on board are feeling comfortable during their flight. However, they are mainly responsible for the passengers safety. Their airborne job therefore encompasses much more than the passengers realize. It is therefore extremely important that your applicants are provided with training and qualifications to prepare them for their deman-ding job in the world of passenger air travel. Our basic training course prepares suitable candidates for their role in the cabin. Participants can later put the skills they have

learned to good use by expertly caring for the passengers safety and well-being during the flight. You can find out more by visiting our website or by contacting us directly. We will be happy to advise you. Contact Frank Msle Tel. +49 221 806-3206 Fax +49 221 806-3052 frank.moesle@de.tuv.com www.tuv.com/aviation

Flight attendant.

Focus on service quality and safety.


The TV Rheinland Akademie trains flight attendants for airline companies. In our basic training course, participants gain the necessary knowledge and skills for their role as cabin crew. We provide participants with professional training. The basic training course covers the most important tasks involved in the everyday work of a flight attendant. Not only do participants learn how to provide excellent on-board customer service, but most importantly they learn how to ensure safety aboard the aircraft and how to use emergency equipment. Prerequisites for taking part in the training Excellent customer service skills Good general knowledge An immaculate appearance An advanced working knowledge of English (varies depending on the airline) Content of the training course SERVICE TRAINING: In-flight purchases, including food and drink, travel-class concept, on-board equipment Flying and the environment: Time zones, health and care, own personal illness, hygiene standards, immunisation and records Behavior, style and manners: Service English, handling of passengers and cultural awareness General serving standards: Customer care in the cabin, appropriate personal appearance, e.g. cosmetics Catering requests: Galleys, storage, use of storage equipment, storage control, e.g. overhead lockers, on-board announcements The passenger as my guest: Service awareness, irregular requests, customer orientation, different cultures and awareness Flight simulation with complete service exercise Customs and country laws Requirements for delay in transit: Shift change for crew, overnight - inland and abroad, flight simulation with role-play REGULATION WORK AND BREAK TIMES (EU-OPS) AEROPLANE SYSTEMS EMERGENCY TRAINING Technical terminology and international conversion values

Oxygen Flights in extreme weather conditions (Icing, storm and turbulence) Fire and fire extinguishing training Life vest training: Slide-Raft Training, Life-Raft Training (one lifeguard on board), other processes and procedures Carriage of passengers: Handicapped and sick passengers, passengers right of emergency help, maximum number PRM, carers/people requiring medical care, sickness/birth/death on board, deportees/official on-board attendants, transportation of children, infants and unaccompanied children, luggage regulations, animal transportation, transportation of guns and weapons, passengers seated in emergency exits Other requirements: Emergency briefing, ingestion of alcohol, medicines and drugs, fastening seatbelt/lifejacket, oxygen and seatbelt demonstration, passenger announcements, cabin lighting, Cabin Clear Report, observation of cabin, passenger boarding and disembarkation, use of Personal Electronic Devices, CAT II CAT III-requirements during landing, preventation

of damage to on-board electronics, defective crew seats and seatbelts, operation of crew seats, incapacity Rescue procedures: Various brace positions, emergency announcements, unexpected emergency landing (land or water), pre-selected persons, crowd control, portable emergency equipment, positioning of rescue signs, pre-emergency landing (land or water) information to flight controllers Practical training on aircraft or mock-up Evacuation training on aircraft or mock-up Emergency equipment checklists AIRCRAFT SECURITY SEARCH and CHECK LIST SECURITY TRAINING DGR TRAINING CRM TRAINING FIRST AID TRAINING ONBOARD and FIRST AID EQUIPMENT PROCESS OF TRAINING and EXAMINATION

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TV Rheinland Akademie GmbH Am Grauen Stein D-51105 Kln Frank Msle Tel. +49 221 806-3206 Fax +49 221 806-3052 frank.moesle@de.tuv.com www.tuv.com/aviation

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