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Four day EASA Cabin Crew Attestation @ Malta


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Four day EASA Cabin Crew Attestation @ Malta


Four day EASA Cabin Crew Attestation @ Malta

Flypeople are a Transport Malta Civil Aviation Directorate (TMCAD) approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation (CCTO0005) to deliver this course.

This course is compliant with the guidance material as set out by EASA Aircrew Regulations, Annex V Part-CC, Annex Vl Part ARA and Annex Vll Part ORA as applicable

The course consists of:

Module 1 Aviation Regulations and Passenger Handling

Aviation language & terminology, Theory of Flight & Meteorology, CAA & EASA, CC Responsibilities & Medical fitness, Identifying areas of responsibility, Chain of Command Boarding, Arming doors, In flight and landing procedures                                         

Module 2 Human Factors and Crew Resource Management

A day in the life of CC, Human Factors, Attitudes & behaviours, Stress & stress management, Fatigue    , Situational awareness/Information acquisition, Hudson River case study, Personal Learning & assessment                                            

Module 3 Safety and Emergency Procedures                           

Definition/type of emergency, planned emergencies, ditching, crowd control/psychology, turbulence, pilot incapacitation and decompression         

Module 4 Fire and Smoke/Survival Training                  

Fire indications, triangle of fire & coordination, fire locations and generic drills, ground based emergency services, search and rescue, survival.                                                                        

Module 5 Practical – Survival recap/wet drills/FTL                                

Flotation equipment, wet drill brief, ditching practical, flight time limitations.        

Module 6 Aero Medical First Aid (2 days) Session 1                        

Primary and secondary survey, the unconscious passenger, first aid kits, cardio pulmonary resuscitation, shock, fainting, Eustachian tubal function, heat stroke, sunstroke, air sickness, choking, asthma, anaphylaxis and hyperventilation.                                                   

Module 7 Aero Medical First Aid (2 days) Session 2                          

Burns and scalds, wounds, fractures and soft tissue injuries, cardiac conditions, DVT/strokes, emergency childbirth, death on board, diabetes, epilepsy, cosmic radiation circadian, rhythm/fatigue/sleep.                                             

Module 8 Security and Dangerous Goods                                         

Security governing bodies, airport planning requirements, screening, aircraft security, security searches, in-flight security, disruptive passengers, classification of dangerous goods and packaging.    

Each module is tested for competency, and all module tests have to be passed to achieve the Attestation. Tests are a mix of practical and multi-choice.

If a module is failed one resit is allowed, a maximum of three failed papers during the course is allowed. If the max failure is exceeded we will move the delegate back to the next course, but there will be support and coaching behind this move, to support success for the next course. As a Cabin Crew Training Organisation (CCTO) we have to ensure competency before issuing a Cabin Crew Attestation.

Candidates must be 17 years of age to enrol on this course and cannot be fully tested and passed until after their 18th birthday.