CABIN CREW FOR AIR AND SEA
Become Cabin Crew
Live The Adventure With Cabin Crew Academy
Want to keep your options open and explore cabin crew careers in both sea and air? Then this is the ideal course for you!
- Grade 12 or equivalent / Fluency in English
- 18 years old by the time you write your final SA-CAA exam
- Able to swim move unaided in water with a life jacket
- Be an able-bodied person with excellent general health.
- 11 Weeks
- Mondays – Fridays 9am – 4pm
- Training is done in Gauteng as well as Durban
- Intakes: Approximately every 12 weeks of the year (January to November)
- Safety and Emergency procedures
- Fire fighting
- Aviation Medicine
- Dangerous Goods
- Boeing 737
- Airlines (Cabin Crew)
- Cruise lines
- Luxury Bus
- Luxury Trains
- Camper hire (Ground crew)
What To Expect For Your Final Exam
- International Cabin Crew License :
Firefighting / Aviation Medicine
Dangerous goods / Boeing 737 certificates
- International STCW license:
Personal survival techniques / Firefighting / Elementary first aid
Personal safety and social responsibilities
Security awareness / Crisis management and human behavior
Crowd management and passenger safety
- Registration fee
- Course Price
- Course Deposit
- Payment plan Options
- Included in the price
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R 2500 (non-refundable)
R 15 000
Due 1 Week Before Class Commencement
R34 275.00 / R11 425.05 per instalment (x3)
Issue of license
Lunch daily on lecture days
Accommodation transfers and meals in Durban
Return flight to Durban
Car learners and license:
*Practice till you pass at no extra cost
Accommodation full board
R2 130.00 per week
R1 090.00per week
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Is The Course?
Our Air Cabin Crew License Price is R15 500 (cash price)
Is There A Payment Plan?
Yes, you pay 50% on commencement of the course and the balance in the third week of the course.
How Long Is The Course?
6 weeks from start to finish. The entire course including the theory and practical training is 6 weeks.
Do you train Monday To Friday?
You train Mon-Fi and there could be one or two Saturdays, depending on the program.
What Subjects Do I Need?
There are no particular subjects needed. Tourism and Geography or an extra language is always an advantage.
Are There Any Extra Charges?
Yes, approximately R1600 for the doctors fees and the issuing of the license. Also a uniform is required, and depending which shop you buy it from, it shouldn’t be more than R1000. If you require your own graduation gown it is R350, if shared there is no cost.
Must I Be Able To Swim?
You need to be able to move unaided in water with a life jacket on.
Is The License International?
Yes, it is. We are internationally accredited.
Is There A Height Restriction?
Generally, a future cabin crew needs to be at least 157 cm tall to a maximum of 188cm.
Here Are Some Guidelines For The Height Required By Companies That Frequently Recruit:
Etihad Airways – minimum 210 cm – must reach this height with your arm, barefoot; you can stand on your toes.
Qatar Airways – minimum 212 cm – must reach this height with your arm, barefoot; you can stand on your toes.
Emirates – minimum 212 cm – must reach this height with your arm, barefoot; you can stand on your toes.
Ryanair – minimum 157 cm, 188 cm maximum.
Wizz Air – minimum 165 cm for women and at least 175 cm for men.
British Airways – minimum 158 cm, 186 cm maximum .
Virgin Atlantic – at least 158 cm.
Easyjet – minimum 158 cm , 190 cm maximum