Flight Attendant Preparation Program in Create Career College prepares student with a wide range of knowledge about the global airline industry primarily focusing on the Canadian airline industry. More specifically the program identifies the role and responsibilities of a flight attendant. This program demonstrates and teaches the required technical skills and knowledge needed by the student to qualify and have a competitive edge for a wide range of entry-level positions within the airline industries. The program includes destination geography; procedures of aviation, key terms and industry vocabulary, emergency drills, first aid introduction, types of aircraft and cabin crew duties for in-flight passenger services. Also the program covers interviewing techniques, industry knowledge, and tips for success in this industry.
Upon successful completion of the program in Create Career College, students will be able to identify the rules and regulations in the airline industry pertaining to the job as a flight attendant. It will give students an extensive review of the job, the lifestyle and the pros and cons of being a flight attendant.
Program Length – 13 Weeks
– High School Graduate (or Equivalent)
– Mature Student or 19 Years of Age or Over on the First Day of Class
– Provide Evidence of Approved English Test or Pass Create Career College’s English Assessment
– Flight Attendant Diploma from Create Career College
The average Flight Attendant salary in Canada is $46,722 per year or $23.96 per hour. Entry level positions start at $28,766 per year while most experienced workers make up to $79,427per year. (Data from Neuvoo)